South Korea awards the title of Intangible National Treasure to a select few people who preserve Korea’s traditional culture. The holders of this title are the best in their field.
The Korean Intangible National Treasure No.7, who specializes in Korean mask dancing, has agreed to hold a special workshop at Stanford before their performance in San Jose this Saturday. The workshop is hosted by Stanford Hwimori (the campus Korean drumming group) and will start on Tuesday (4/6/10) from 9:45pm and last until 11:45pm, at the A3C Ballroom.
You should stop by to check them out! It’s an amazing …
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Tuesday 9:30pm in the A3C Ballroom!
See you there!
Madang Hannuri is a rare video in that it gives you a close-up on the players. Watch how each person plays – how he sits, holds his drumsticks, etc. The editing’s super corny though. You’ll see what I mean if you watch it through.
After going through a lot of hassle and troubles with Stanford web server and the website we already had, I decided to use wordpress for a brand new look and easy management. Special thanks to Jon Robertson, who responded to my HelpSU ticket pretty quickly.