Hannah and Je together

Wednesday, 15 August 2007

Folklorama: Korea

Filed under: Lang:English,Subj:Canada,Subj:Culture,Subj:Travel — Jemyoung Leigh @ 16:29

Yes, now Korean pavilion. Korean pavilion was set on a school near Argentinean pavilion. Well, the stage looked narrow.

Korea 1

First time, the agricultural traditional band showed up. But they did not do well. They looked so poor skilled band. Maybe non-Koreans would not notice this.

Korea 2

Next time, little girls danced the traditional little girls’ dance. Well, they were cute, so I can forgive them. 🙂

Korea 3Korea 4Korea 5

Wow, fan dance! Yes, fan dance! Beautiful! Wonderful! Wow!

Korea 6

This is the traditional drum dance. It was pretty good. The woman in the middle did best. And the woman in the leftmost drum room was not a Korean.

Korea 7

They also showed the Korean Army Martial Art. They should not have done this. They did really suck. I should not have watched this.

Korea 8

They decorated a traditional novel sir’s room, and sold traditional cake with soju, the most popular Korean liquor.

What bothered me most was the boy who introduced each programme. A teenager boy and a girl did that. The girl did it so well while the boy did not. He looked bored, his voice was so small, he kept fanning himself. I wanted to hit him.

I should have taken the fan dance as a movie clip. 😦

Related postings:

Folklorama: Germany
Folklorama: Spain
Folklorama: Argentina

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2 Comments »

  1. Are you a professional Critic
    These people are volunteers, most of them are not professional, they probable do their best
    You are typical useless loser winnipeger that complaint about everything in life.
    Maybe your brain still thawing out from rhe winnipeg horrible winters.

    Comment by Mitch Boyce — Friday, 6 August 2010 @ 15:19 | Reply

  2. What is your problem? I know they are volunteers, I just wrote the fact. All I used is ‘poor skilled.’ But you commented with full of bad words. People cannot see each other over the internt, but that doesn’t mean you can be rude.

    Please be nice.

    Comment by Jemyoung Leigh — Friday, 6 August 2010 @ 15:30 | Reply


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