2023 Korean Night

Korean Night is an annual event dedicated to sharing Korean culture throughout our community through a diverse range of traditional and modern performances. Some of our traditional performances include Doll Dance, Fan Dance, Mask Dance, Samulnori, Taekwondo, Nanta, and our modern performances include Band, K-POP dance/singing, and rap.

This year, Korean Night was held in the Westlake Boys Auditorium on the 2nd of June. It was very successful with over 1500 audiences who filled the auditorium with energy.

Haka started off the night with their performance, followed by our cute traditional couple dance – Doll Dance. The rest of the night carried on with a sequence of exciting performances to engage the audience. Taekwondo, Samulnori and Nanta left a strong impression on the audience with their remarkable and powerful performances. Fan Dance showed off their sophisticated choreography, with the Korean traditional fan ‘buchae’ and dress ‘hanbok’. Our Mask Dance filled the stage with their high spirit, along with other K-POP dances, singing and bands to conclude the night with their impressive performances.

This year, we have also donated $2023 to Red Cross in support of the victims of the floods which hit us at the start of the year.

Korean Night is an amazing opportunity to immerse yourself and experience fascinating Korean culture. Don’t worry if you have missed out on this year’s event as there is always next year.

We would like to personally thank all teachers, prefects, and students who came to help us on the night. Thank you to all our performers and leaders who have done so much work to bring out such high-quality, stunning performances. Thank you to everyone who came and supported us on behalf of the 2023 Korean Night Committee.

2023 Korean Night Committee Amy Seo 





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Photos by Alison Fan, Y13 student