The executive staff of Korean Culture Night announces the theme of "comfort women," which Korean Culture Night 2016 will focus on, to members of KCN Modern.
Bianca Ocampo, a fourth-year psychology student, takes center stage during one of KCN Modern's practices in the De Neve parking structure.
Joe Lee, a fifth-year political science student, performs a brief solo during practice at KCN's annual retreat.
Rachel Fujikawa, a third-year bioengineering student, clutches her chest in anguish during practice at KCN's annual retreat.
Joe Lee, fifth-year political science student, and Mary Lee, a fourth-year psychobiology student, cleans KCN Modern's routine for flaws and positional mistakes.
The girls of KCN Modern, led by second-year dance student Danyel Moulton, lunge forward toward the end of their routine.
Fujikawa, Moulton and Lee laugh out loud while rehearsing their routine at KCN's annual retreat.
Steven Yun, a third-year linguistics student, is hoisted up into the "starfish attack" during a practice session in the John Wooden Center.
James Lee, fifth-year economics student, and Elizabeth Rodriguez, a third-year dance and Spanish student, performs a toprock during a practice session at KCN's annual retreat.
Graduate students Jamie Ryan and Nicole Brown launch Matt Chan, a fourth-year economics student, into the "rubberband's revenge."
Ms. Lee, played by third-year mathematics student Claire Huh, converses with Sergeant Morimoto, played by Jimi Lee, fourth-year neuroscience student.
Actor Alex Kim, a fourth-year psychobiology student, chokes fellow actor Jimi Lee while rehearsing a scene. Kim plays the character of Colonel Hayashi while Lee plays the character of Sergeant Morimoto.
Young Ho, played by fourth-year International development studies student Joshua Hoon Kang, rallies with his troops.
Peter Lee, a third-year history student, and Chan Jeong, a third-year biology student, practice on the Janggu, a drum used in traditional Korean music.
Sofia Carro, a third-year Korean studies student, and Sally Oh, a second-year human biology and society student, practice a routine on the Janggu.
Members of the Poongmul team play on the Buk, traditional Korean drums.
Linda Kang, a fourth-year psychobiology student, is seen in transition along with the rest of the KCN Traditional members.
Alexandria Lee, a third-year biology student, and Kayla Choe, a third-year international development studies student, watch on as members of KCN Traditional perform the Buchae Chum – a traditional Korean dance performed with fans.
Lee and Choe direct the girls of KCN Traditional, perfecting the positioning of their fans to resemble a flower.
Bo Bae Jeong, a fourth-year economics and international development studies student, waves to her fans as she waltzes to the song.
The women of KCN Traditional sweep their fans up into the air one after another, creating a movement resembling that of a wave.
Siyoon Chung, a first-year music student, and Hazel Choo, a fourth-year fine arts student, measure and mark out areas on a backdrop that needed to be painted.
Eunhae Yoo, a fourth-year fine arts student, secures a section of a backdrop with a power tool during KCN's annual retreat.
Staff members of Royce Hall work with the KCN set team to mount backdrops.
Assistant director Diane Kim, a third-year fine arts student, watches as the KCN Set team mounts and levels a backdrop resembling the Taegukgi, the flag of South Korea.