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Behind the Scenes: Korean Culture Night 2016

By Austin Yu

April 6, 2016 7:29 pm

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.

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Bianca Ocampo, a fourth-year psychology student, takes center stage during one of KCN Modern's practices in the De Neve parking structure.

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Joe Lee, a fifth-year political science student, performs a brief solo during practice at KCN's annual retreat.

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Rachel Fujikawa, a third-year bioengineering student, clutches her chest in anguish during practice at KCN's annual retreat.

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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.

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The girls of KCN Modern, led by second-year dance student Danyel Moulton, lunge forward toward the end of their routine.

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Fujikawa, Moulton and Lee laugh out loud while rehearsing their routine at KCN's annual retreat.

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Steven Yun, a third-year linguistics student, is hoisted up into the "starfish attack" during a practice session in the John Wooden Center.

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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.

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Graduate students Jamie Ryan and Nicole Brown launch Matt Chan, a fourth-year economics student, into the "rubberband's revenge."

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Ms. Lee, played by third-year mathematics student Claire Huh, converses with Sergeant Morimoto, played by Jimi Lee, fourth-year neuroscience student.

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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.

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Young Ho, played by fourth-year International development studies student Joshua Hoon Kang, rallies with his troops.

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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.

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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.

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Members of the Poongmul team play on the Buk, traditional Korean drums.

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Linda Kang, a fourth-year psychobiology student, is seen in transition along with the rest of the KCN Traditional members.

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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.

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Lee and Choe direct the girls of KCN Traditional, perfecting the positioning of their fans to resemble a flower.

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Bo Bae Jeong, a fourth-year economics and international development studies student, waves to her fans as she waltzes to the song.

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The women of KCN Traditional sweep their fans up into the air one after another, creating a movement resembling that of a wave.

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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.

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Eunhae Yoo, a fourth-year fine arts student, secures a section of a backdrop with a power tool during KCN's annual retreat.

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Staff members of Royce Hall work with the KCN set team to mount backdrops.

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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.

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