Team Building Program 1: Long Tail Whirling
- Long tail Whirling, Photo @ Yonhap News
Long Tail Whirling of which one of Korean traditional cultural performance can turn into team building program for corporate & incentive tourist in Korea. A professional instructor give them lesson for 15 minutes and let them know how to twist paper made long tail on the head and judge who is the best performer among the group. One group is normally consist of 8-10 person. Spectator can feel so fun when his/her companion trying to do this performance. It can be done not only indoor but also outdoor site and the competition will take around 30 minutes per group. (See movie clip how to play) Read more
The Korea House Folk Performance team established by the Foundation for the Preservation of Cultural Properties. We can Fan Dance, Drum Dance, Samulnori Performance. Read more
Jeongdong Theater is one of the best places to experience the spirit of Korean traditional art. Four Regular traditional performances in dance, pungmul, vocal, and music instruments was established in 1997 at the theater to present various types of performances from court music to folk songs. Now if you come Korea, You can enjoy original Korean musical ‘Miso’. Read more
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If you come Korea,
You can enjoy many Korea performances.
(Korean: 난타) is a popular South Korean musical. In English the show is also known as “Cookin’“. It premiered in October 1997 in Hoam Art Hall in Seoul.
The musical has a simple back story of three cooks attempting to finish preparing a wedding banquet within a strict time limit while the manager installs his incompetent nephew among the kitchen staff. The show involves acrobatics, magic tricks, comedy, pantomime and audience participation. The unifying element throughout the musical is the use of traditional Korean samul nori music, which in this case in performed with improvised instruments, such as cutting boards, water canisters and kitchen knives. The performance is almost completely non-verbal. The very few words which are spoken are in English. Read more