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Korean Traditional Dance Workshop at KCC

7 Nov 2019 – 8 Nov 2019, 6:30pm – 8pm @ KCCUK
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Application deadline: 30 Oct 2019 17:00

Dance class

The Korean Cultural Centre UK is proud to announce a new Korean cultural course this autumn. The Application Deadline is 30 Oct 2019 17:00.

Buchaechum (Ipchum) is one of the most integral and popular genres within the realm of Korean traditional dance.

The dance is performed using a small fan. It embodies the delicate, feminine characteristics of Korean dance. It also draws inspiration from the ‘Lee-maebang (이매방)’ style of dance, which has been designated a ‘Living National Treasure’ in Korea. Through Buchaechum, you can get a glimpse into the excitement and beauty of classical Korean dance.

No previous dancing experience is required to take this class and we will prepare all the props you need. We will focus on basic Korean dance steps and movements. You will learn the difference between Korean and Western dance styles, and by the end of the class will be able to perform a short version of the dance.

Course Information

  • Course Dates: 7 Nov 2019 – 8 Nov 2019. This is the two-days long course, so please make sure that joins both dates all.
  • Time: 18:30-20:00
  • Venue: KCCUK Library | Korean Cultural Centre UK | Grand Buildings | 1-3 Strand | London WC2N 5BW
  • Spaces: 10
  • Level: Beginner
  • Tuition Fee: Free – booking essential, and students will be required to fill out a survey at the end of the class.
  • Application procedure: Apply to [email protected] or call 020 7004 2600 with your name and contact details. The booking system utilises a lottery-based programme that picks names at random. After the application deadline and once the final selection has been drawn, we will send you an e-mail regarding the selection result.

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