Korean martial arts, games and performances will be featured during the Korean Culture Show today at Kansas University.
The show, which begins at 4 p.m., will be in the Kansas Union. It is part of the "Positive Youth Development and Welfare through Strengths and Spirituality: Views from Korean & America" conference organized by the KU School of Social Welfare.
Highlights will include:
¢ The Samulnori Percussion Ensemble demonstrating mask dancing.
¢ A fashion show highlighting Korean clothing.
¢ A tae kwon do demonstration.
¢ A performance of Korean-style music by Edward Canda, KU professor of social welfare.
¢ A performance of the kayagum, a traditional 12-string instrument, by NaHye Kim.
In addition, the afternoon will include other traditional songs and folk games.
The event is free and open to the public.