Global Hallyu Forum 2013: Hallyu Live!

Join fellow Korean pop culture fans from across our region for a unique Hallyu community event, featuring guest speakers and performers at the cutting edge of Korean popular culture's explosive growth in the United States, through film, dramas, music, and more! The theme for the 2013 Forum is the future of Hallyu, the online community, and digital media. Plus, special guest performances and parting gifts for attendees!

SEPARATE RSVP REQUIRED VIA THE KCC WEBSITE HERE! 

Guest presenters include Jeff Benjamin, K-Pop Columnist for Billboard; Min Kim, Business Development Director for DramaFever.com; Christian Oh, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Kollaboration DC; and local K-Pop celebrities Dave Tauler of the Dave Tauler Music Group and Natalie White, aka Pumashock, K-Pop singer and YouTube sensation. Plus, special performances by local K-Pop cover group CoCo Avenue and Kollaboration DC winner Dave Yoon

In the format of the popular TED talks, presenters will offer dynamic, condensed talks on different aspects of the Korean Wave, including the growth of Korean pop music, cinema, and episodic dramas, as well as the role of digital media, industry collaborations, and the online fan community. Presentations will incorporate multimedia and a few live performances. 
Hosted in conjunction with the The 21st Hahn Moo-Sook Colloquium in the Korean Humanities on Nov. 9! 

FREE, but an RSVP is required! 


What: 
Global Hallyu Forum 2013: Hallyu Live!
When: Friday, November 8 @ 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Where: Jack Morton Auditorium, The George Washington University (805 21st St. NW, Washington DC 20006
Who: Guest presenters and performers
Host: Korean Cultural Center Washington D.C.
How: Free RSVP via www.KoreaCultureDC.org

SEPARATE RSVP REQUIRED VIA THE KCC WEBSITE HERE! 

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