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A Special Collaboration of Korean Break Dancing and Gugak

Date: Monday 14 November 2022, 7:00pm
EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney) | 11-17 Stoke Newington Road | Dalston | London N16 8BH | | [Map]

Tickets: Free | Register via EventBrite

The world-renowned b-boy crew ‘Artistreet’ and ‘Gamblerz Crew’ will be joining the event in collaboration with ‘Jeong Ga Ak Hoe’, another band of the opening performers of the 2021 K-Music Festival — ADG7.

The Korean Culture and Information Service’s (KOCIS) Korean Culture Scene has been holding a variety of Korean culture festivals in a bid to promote various aspects of Korean culture around the world.

KOCIS has been engaging in many different activities in collaboration with the Korean Cultural Centres abroad so as to promote beautiful Korean culture around the world and expand cultural exchanges with other countries.

Especially this year, in an effort to promote unique aspects of Korean culture, KOCIS’s Korean Culture Scene’s touring performance and exhibition are taking place.

The touring performance that took place with huge success in Thailand and Vietnam is now being held in London, UK on November 14.

The special touring performance hosted by the KOCIS’s Korean Culture Scene is a crossover fusion performance of Korean breaking and traditional Korean music Gugak.

Meet the World, Center of the World‘ is a special performance designed to celebrate the adoption of breaking as an official sport at the Paris Olympics 2024. You can experience this dynamic performance of the world-class K-breaking mingling with exciting Gugak rhythms in London.

This event consists of six stages with different themes.

The powerful beat boxing, breaking, popping, and locking that are performed to Gugak create unique stage shows that will fascinate everyone around the world.

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