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Performing Arts Market in Seoul 2006
October.11-14
Performing
Arts Market
in Seoul
2006
October. 11-14
Arko Arts Theater Arko Art Center, Daehangno District
Secretariat of Performing Arts Market in Seoul
Marronnier bldg. 4F 5F, 1-100 Dongsung-dong Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-809, Korea
Tel. +82-(0)2-745-5971 Fax. +82-(0)2-744-3471 Email. [email protected]
www.pams.or.kr
www.spaf21.com
와 함께 하는
2006 서울국제공연예술제
THE 6TH SEOUL PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL
2006.10.7-10.29 02-766-0228, 0298
아르코예술극장|서강대학교메리홀|드라마센터|국립극장해오름극장
동덕여자대학교공연예술센터|마로니에공원외
주최 주관|
서울국제공연예술제 후원|
협력|
협찬|
한국공연예술축제협의회 서울연극협회 EBS 서울평양연극제 추진위원회 한국연극평론가협회 한국춤평론가회 서울국제즉흥춤축제 사무국 한국춤정책연구소
전국소공연장연합회 한국사보협회 THEATER THE OTHER 한국브레이트학회
예매|인터파크
티켓링크 사랑티켓 아르코예술극장 홈페이지
Painted by Kim Jung Wook
주한 벨기에대사관 망우청소년수련관 (사)대학로문화발전위원회
주한 이스라엘대사관
Performing
Arts Market
in Seoul
2006
art beat in seoul
Information
Performing Arts Market in Seoul 2006
Organization
art beat in Seoul
● President,
2006 Board of Directors
● Members,
2006 Board of Directors
Chul-lee Kim | Artistic Director | Seoul Performing Arts Festival
Jong-ho Lee | Artistic Director | SIDance (Seoul International Dance Festival)
Performing Arts Market in Seoul (PAMS) was launched in 2005 to build a platform for effective promotion
of Korea's performing arts groups in domestic and international arenas. The 2nd edition of Performing Arts
Market in Seoul is held in Daehangno district, which is one of the most vibrant areas in Seoul, buzzing with
the energy of Korea performing arts. PAMS 2006 is mostly designed to introduce dynamic and diverse
currency of Korean performing arts along with PAMS Choice performances selected for their artistic quality,
accomplishments, creativity and, most of all, contemporariness.
Booth Exhibitions
Gyu Seog Lee | President | Korea Arts Management Service
Ja Hung Koo | Chairman | Korean BESETO Committee of the BESETO Theatre Festival
Jung-Suk Kwack | Secretarial General | National Association of Cultural & Arts Center
Shin-Eui Park | Committee Member | Arts Council Korea
Byung-Kwon Lee | Executive Director | Korean Business Council for the Arts
In-Joo Chang | Dance Columnist
Chin-A Lee | Theater Critic | AITC-Korea
Jay-youn Joo | Managing Director | Nanjang Cultures, Inc.
S. Kyu Choi | Deputy Artistic Director | Chuncheon International Mime Festival
Main programs of PAMS 2006 include Booth Exhibitions which performing arts companies and
organizations run promotion, Showcases of selected works as PAMS Choice 2006 from Korea and of
overseas performing groups from Japan and Mexico. Seminars and forums are events where you can get
information on currency of international performing arts markets and networks. PAMS 2006 Orientation and
PT(PromoTe yourself), such casual receptions with meetings as opening events, lunch meetings and closing
party will provide opportunities for intimate networking between participants.
● Secretary
In Gyo Shin | Arts Promotion Division, Arts Bureau, Ministry of Culture and Tourism
● Secretariat
of Performing Arts Market in Seoul
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Jin-Sik Lee | Director | Arts Promotion Division, Arts Bureau, Ministry of Culture and Tourism
Specifically, PAMS Choice Showcases are trial performance stages for 29 chosen performances as PAMS
Choice that will intensively show diverse, dynamic, and concurrent performing arts of Korea. PAMS Choice
also reflect creative infrastructure of Korean performing arts where approximately 1,508 performing arts
companies and groups produce and stage 7,419 works in present Korea (based on the statistics from
Research on Korean Performing Arts in 2005 released by the Ministry of Culture & Tourism (Korea) and
Korea Culture and Tourism Policy).
Secretary General | Jiyun Wie | Secretary General & Programs
Programs | Jooyoung Koh | Coordinator of Programs
| Min K. Shin | Coordinator of Programs
Communications | So Yeon Kim | Director of Communications
| So Jin Ju | Coordinator of Communications
Seminar & Forum
| Jin Bok Lee | Assistant
Operations | Seok-Jo Chang | Director of Operations
2006 Programs of PAMS
| Ji Woo Kim | Coordinator of Operations
| Ju Young Park | Assistant
Guest Relations | Bo Hyun Yoo | Director of Guest Relations
| Rasun Park | Coordinator of Guest Relations
| Jeong Hey Yun | Assistant
| Shin- ae Kim | Assistant
Program
Venue
Booth Exhibitions
Arko Art Center |The 1st & 2nd Gallery
PAMS Choice &
Arko Arts Theater|Large & Small Theater, SSTheater, HOAM Art Hall, LIG Art Hall,
Overseas Showcases Marronnier Park
Seminars & Forum
Somerset Palace Seoul|Seminar Room
Performing Arts Market in Seoul
Seminar I. Korea - Japan Exchanges in Performing Arts
Other Event
Seminar II. International Performing Arts Market
hosted by PAMS 2006 Board of Directors
Asia Performing Arts Forum
organized by
Other Events
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater & Lobby
Opening Events l Opening Ceremony, Opening Showcase, Opening Reception
supported by
in association with
The Korea Committee of the
BeSeTo Theatre Festival
PMC Daehangno JAU Theater
Arko Art Center|Seminar Room
PAMS 2006 Orientation
Arko Art Center|the 1st Gallery
PT (PromoTe yourself)
Theater The Other|Cafe
Lunch Meeting
Somerset Palace Seoul|Bärlin
Closing Party
sponsored by
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Contents 1
C o n t e n t s
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06 PAMS 2006 Schedule
08 Tips for PAMS 2006
Booth Exhibition
12 Booth Exhibition - Map of The 1st Gallery
13 Booth Exhibition - Map of The 2nd Gallery
The 1st Gallery
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Rootone-Full Monty l Pungmulsorisawy
Extreme Romeo and Juliet l Dance-cal SA. CHOOM
Gyeonggi Arts Center l MAGIC FOCUS
Fusion Concert - Sympathy 21 l Domino Look
Corporal Theatre Momggol l Creative Group NONI
Total Theater Alice|Sungmin Hong l Noridan
Canada Council for the Arts l Quebec on Stage-CINARS
Hellenic Culture Organization l Mexico: Gateway to the Americas
Japan Foundation l Tokyo Performing Arts Market l EAI INC.
The National Drama Company of Korea l The National Canggeuk Company of Korea
The National Dance Company of Korea l The National Orchestra of Korea
The Beautiful World Theatre Company l The Prince Puzzle
The Play of Art 21 - Halfmoon that rise in the daytime l ARIRANG Theatre Company
Gogol Trilogy l Gyeonggi Provincial Theater Company
showBT l Musical HWANG-JEENY
BARIDEGI l Sadari Movement Laboratory
Nottle Theatre Company l BeSeTo Theatre Festival
Performance Group TUIDA l Theatre Moollee
Yohangza Theatre Company l Baeksukwangbu
BST Company l Street Theatre Troupe
The 2nd Gallery
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Asian Culture Hub City l National Association of Cultural & Arts Center
Korean Business Council for the Arts l The 6th Seoul Performing Arts Festival
Seoul International Dance Festival (SIDance) l Korea Arts Management Service
The Forrest l Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
Korean World Music Group O-Gam-do l Kore Hana Performing Arts Team
CultureBiz l Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
Musical The Lower Depths l MUSICAL KID
Ticket Issuing System l DB Musical Company
STAFFSEOUL - Stage Technical Consulting l Performing Art Groups of Sejong Center
Sejong Center for the Performing Arts l The Hanmoe ARAM Complex
Chongdong Theater l Scan-The empty
LIG Art Hall l Changmu Arts Center
Seoul Ballet Company l Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company
Jung Je Man Dance Company l THE LITTLE ANGELS
Universal Ballet l Seoul Ballet Theatre
A-soon Dance Company l Trust Dance Company
Dance Theatre ON l Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
Hong Dance Company l Plastic Zoo Project
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company l WON Kim/Group Collaboration OR
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group l Dance Company The Body
UBIN Dance l Lee K. Dance
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PAMS Chocie & Overseas Showcases
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Beautiful Soul Mate - Street Theatre Troupe
Gamoonjang - BST Company
Green Bench - Baeksukwangbu
Karma - Yohangza Theatre Company
Lady Macbeth - Theatre Moollee
The Return - Nottle Theatre Company
The Tale of Haruk - Performance Group TUIDA
Woyzeck - Sadari Movement Laboratory
Ah Q - Dance Theatre ON
Born Again - Trust Dance Company
Circle-After the Other - A-soon Dance Company
Cube - Plastic Zoo Project
Hybrid - Hong Dance Company
Janghwa Hongryun - Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
Lost Children - Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Company
Shadows - Won Kim/Group Collaboration OR
The Old Song Book - Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
The Two-Between - Lee K. Dance
Trace - UBIN Dance
Waiting Room II - Dance Company The Body
Echo - The Forest
Remembrance of Future - Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
The Beginning of the Passion - Korean World Music Group O-Gam-Do
Clay Play for Children - Domino Look
Handcart, Overturned - Corporal Theatre Momggol
Kok Du - Creative Group Noni
Total Theater Alice - Sungmin Hong
Wit & Beat - Noridan
Hamutsun Serve (Japan)
Hitoride Dekirumon (Japan)
Na’rimbo (Mexico)
Seminar & Forum
90 Seminar I. Korea-Japan Exchanges in Performing Arts
91 Seminar II. International Performing Arts Markets
92 Asian Performing Arts Forum
Other Events
94 PAMS 2006 Orientation
95 PromoTe yourself
96 Opening Ceremony | Lunch Meeting | Closing Party
Contents
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PAMS 2006 Schedule
October 11 Wednesday
PAMS 2006 opens
October 13 Friday
09:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center
Registration
09:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center
Registration
10:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center|The 1st & the 2nd Gallery
Booth Exhibition
09:30∼12:00
Somerset Palace Seoul|Seminar Room
10:00∼12:00
Arko Art Center|Seminar Room
PAMS 2006 Orientation
Seminar II.
International Performing Arts Markets
13:30∼15:30
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater, Lobby
Opening Events
10:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center|The 1st & the 2nd Gallery
Booth Exhibition & PromoTe yourself
12:30∼13:30
Theater The Other
Lunch Meeting
15:00∼15:30
SSTheater
Korean World Music Group O-Gam-Do
The Beginning of the Passion
Opening Showcase
- Trust Dance Company Born Again
Opening Reception
PAMS Choice Showcases
PAMS Choice Showcase
16:00∼17:00
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
A-soon Dance Company Circle-After the other
Dance Theatre ON Ah Q
16:30∼17:30
SSTheater
Baeksukwangbu Green Bench
Nottle Theatre Company The Return (PT)
17:30∼18:30
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
Sadari Movement Laboratory Woyzeck
Yohangza Theatre Company Karma
Street Theatre Troupe Beautiful Soul Mate
20:00
20:00
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company The Old Song Book
HOAM Art Hall
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group Lost Children
19:00∼19:30
15:30∼16:00
16:30∼17:00
17:30∼18:30
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
20:00
LIG Art Hall
Arko Arts Theater|Small Stage
Arko Arts Theater|Small Stage
Arko Arts Theater|Small Stage
Dance Company The Body Waiting Roon II
Performance Group TUIDA The Tale of Haruk
Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company Janghwa Hongryun
UBIN Dance Trace
Plastic Zoo Project Cube
09:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center
Registration
09:30∼12:00
Somerset Palace Seoul|Seminar Room
Asia Performing Arts Forum
10:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center|The 1st & the 2nd Gallery
Booth Exhibition & PromoTe Yourself
15:00∼16:00
SSTheater
Creative Group NONI Kok Du
Domino Look Clay Play for Children (PT)
PAMS Choice Showcases
October 12 Thursday
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October 14 Saturday
09:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center
Registration
09:30∼12:00
Somerset Palace Seoul|Seminar Room
Seminar I.
Korea-Japan Exchanges in Performing Arts
16:30∼18:30
SSTheater
10:00∼18:00
Arko Art Center|The 1st & the 2nd Gallery
Booth Exhibition & PromoTe yourself
12:30∼13:30
Lunch Meeting
18:00
20:00
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
Theater The Other
Marronnier Park
BST Company Gamoonjang
Theatre Moollee Lady Macbeth (PT)
Corporal Theatre Momggol Handcart Overturned
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company The Old Song Book
Sungmin Hong Total Theater Alice
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
22:00
Somerset Palace Seoul|Bärlin
Closing Party
15:00-16:00
Arko Arts Theater|Small Theater
16:30-17:30
Arko Arts Theater|Small Theater
15:30-16:00
16:30-17:00
17:30-18:00
18:30-19:00
20:00
SSTheater
Performing Art Market in Seoul 2006
SSTheater
SSTheater
SSTheater
HOAM Art Hall
Won Kim / Group Collaboration OR Shadows
Lee. K Dance The Two - Between
Hong Dance Company Hybrid
Hamutsun Serve & Hitoride Dekirumon (Japan)
Tokyo Mixed Style
* It may subject to change.
The Forest Echo
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus Remembrance of Future
Noridan Wit & Beat
Na’
rimbo (Mexico)
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group Lost Children
PAMS 2006 Schedule
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Information
Tips for PAMS 2006
● PAMS
Pass
PAMS Pass
Booth Exhibitor | Green
Visitor | Yellow
Guest | Gold
Artist | Red
Press | Purple
Staff | Blue
Pamsian | Pink
Providing tables and chairs for business meetings
Booth Exhibitions
You must carry your PAMS Pass in order to go to venues of booth exhibitions, showcases and other operational
facilities. PAMS Passes are issued on the Registration Desk in front of Arko Art Center (venue of booth exhibitions).
Meeting Room
Location | The 1st & 2nd Gallery at Arko Art Center
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 10am till 6pm
Mail Box
Only for international delegates
Location | The 2nd Gallery at Arko Art Center
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 10am till 6pm
Depository for Delegates’ Baggage
Providing storage service for one day | charge of a service KRW 1,000
For the guest at the Somerset Palace Seoul with free delivery to guest rooms at Somerset Palace Seoul at 6:30pm
Location | The 2nd Gallery at Arko Art Center
● PAMSIAN
PAMSIAN wearing Blue T-Shirts and Pink PAMS Passes assists you with general information. Specifically, voluntary
interpreters helps you communicate in English.
● Facilities
PAMS Office (on-site)_Information & Supports
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
PAMSIAN serves as voluntaries supporting operations of PAMS 2006 events.
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 10am till 6pm
with payment
Postal Service
Location | front of Arko Art Center
Working Days & Hours | October 14, 5pm to 7pm
Shuttle Bus
Circulating from Daehangno to Somerset Palace Seoul
Location | October 11-14
Location | Front of Arko Arts Theater
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 9am till 7pm
Website for Other Information
Registration Desk
Airport Limousine | www.airport.or.kr
Location | Front of Arko Art Center
Working Days & Hours | October 14, 5pm to 7pm
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 9am till 6pm
Tour, Accommodation, Restaurants & Bars (Seoul) | www.visitseoul.net
Bus (Seoul) | bus.seoul.go.kr
Seminar & Forum
Tour & Accommodation (Korea) | www.visitkorea.or.kr
Guests of Somerset Palace Seoul may use exclusively :
Registration Desk on the ground of Somerset Palace Seoul
Phone Number for Other Information
Working Days & Hours |October 10-14, 9am till 6pm
Tour Info | 1330 (Language Service)
International Call | 001 or 002-(national code)-(local code)-(phone number)
On-site Registration
with payment
Location | Outdoor Space in front of Arko Arts Theater
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 9am till 6pm
Information Desk
Location | PAMS Office (on-site), Arko Art Center, Arko Arts Theater, SSTheater & Somerset Palace Seoul
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 9am till 7pm
Other Event
NOTICE
Information Desk in showcases venues
Working Days & Hours | one hour before and after showcases
Press Center
Providing press packets, a phone and computers with wired internet connection
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3 Showcases of The Old Song Book, Cube and Lost Children are needed to make a ticket reservation and pay but discounts are
available with your PAMS Pass.
The Old Song Book
Location | The 1st floor at Theater The Other
Cube & Lost Children
KRW 5,000 Off
Working Days & Hours | October 11-14, 10am till 6pm
10% Off
Seat Availability Info & Ticket Reservation Tel. +82-2-6406-3306
Seat Availability info & Ticket Reservation Tel. +82-2-3215-1185
Or buy tickets with your credit card at www.sidance.org
(Click Enlish on the top)
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Tips for PAMS 2006
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Performing Arts Market in Seoul 2006
Arko Art Centerㅣ The 1st & the 2nd Gallery
Boot h Exhibitors
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcase
S e m i n a rs & Fo r u m
Ot her Events
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Booth Exhibitions
Information
Booth Exhibitions
October 11 Wednesday - 14 Saturday 10am~6pm | Arko Art Center, the 1st & 2nd Gallery
The 1st Gallery
The 2nd Gallery
Booth Exhibitions by Theater, Multi-disciplinary Arts and others
Information Desk
PT Area
Meeting Room
Booth Exhibitions by Dance, Music and others
Information Desk
Meeting Room
Booth Exhibitions
Arts Organizations and performing arts companies of various genres inform their missions, activities and rosters to domestic and
international delegates of PAMS 2006. It is a place for marketing and exchanges of resources where they hand out promotional
materials and proceed negotiation with interested presenters.
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
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Name of Booth
ROOTONE - Full Monty
Pungmulsorisawy
Extreme Romeo and Juliet
Dance-cal SA. CHOOM
Gyeonggi Arts Center
MAGIC FOCUS
Fusion Concert - Sympathy 21
Domino Look
Corporal Theatre Momggol
Creative Group NONI
Total Theater Alice|Sungmin Hong
Noridan
Canada Council for the Arts
Canada Council for the Arts
Quebec on Stage-CINARS
Hellenic Culture Organization
Mexico: Gateway to the Americas
Japan Foundation /
Tokyo Performing Arts Market
EAI INC.
The National Drama Company of Korea /
The National Canggeuk Company of Korea
The National Dance Company of Korea /
The National Orchestra of Korea
Performing Art Market in Seoul 2006
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Name of Booth
The Beautiful World Theatre Company
The Prince Puzzle
The Play of Art 21
- Halfmoon that rise in the daytime
ARIRANG Theatre Company
Gogol Trilogy
Gyeonggi Provincial Theater Company
showBT
Musical HWANG-JEENY
BARIDEGI
Sadari Movement Laboratory
Nottle Theatre Company
BeSeTo Theatre Festival
Performance Group TUIDA
Theatre Moollee
Yonhangza Theatre Company
Baeksukwangbu
BST Company
Street Theatre Troupe
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Name of Booth
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Asian Culture Hub City
National Association of Cultural & Arts Center
National Association of Cultural & Arts Center
Korean Business Council for the Arts
The 6th Seoul Performing Arts Festival
Seoul International Dance Festival (SIDance)
Korea Arts Management Service
The Forrest
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
Korean World Music Group O-Gam-do
Kore Hana Performing Arts Team
CultureBiz
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
Musical The Lower Depths
MUSICAL KID
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Ticket Issuing System
DB Musical Company
STAFFSEOUL - Stage Technical Consulting
Performing Art Groups of Sejong Center
Sejong Center for the Performing Arts
The Hanmoe ARAM Complex
Chongdong Theater
Scan - The empty
LIG Art Hall
Name of Booth
Changmu Arts Center
Seoul Ballet Company
Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company
Jung Je Man Dance Company
THE LITTLE ANGELS
Universal Ballet
Seoul Ballet Theatre
A-soon Dance Company
Trust Dance Company
Dance Theatre ON
Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
Hong Dance Company
Plastic Zoo Project
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
Won Kim/Group Collaboration OR
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group
Dance Company The Body
UBIN Dance
Lee K. Dance
Other Event
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Seminar & Forum
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Booth Exhibitions
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루트원-풀몬티
익스트림 로미오와 줄리엣
In the year 2000, Theatrical Company Ensemble started
its career as NG Ensemble. It was originally a cultural
project group, but now it has become a professional
production company for creating performances. Theatrical
Company Ensemble shows many performances from
small-theater plays to large-theater performances. Its
boundary is verbal plays, musicals and some new
performances. It has been holding the“Two-Men-Play
festival”every year since 2000, and their main repertories
are musical‘CUBIX’
s Big Adventure’
, scientific musical
‘Weather Adventure of Pandora’
, and‘Extreme [Romeo
and Juliet]’
,‘Tango’and‘les chaises and El Ballet de
Buby Baton’
.
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Contact
Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.3 Signboard | Extreme Romeo and Juliet
Representatives | Jin Man Kim / President Contact Person | Gye Young Lee / Vice Representative
Address | #267, Samseon-dong 5(o)-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-045, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-921-3110 Fax | +82-(0)2-921-3110
Email | [email protected] Website | www.tcesb.cyworld.com
풍물소리사위
댄스컬 사랑하면 춤을 춰라
Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.2 Signboard | Pungmulsorisawy
Representatives | Deok Hyun Park / President Contact Person | Min Jung Woo / Planner
Address | #601, Kyeong-won Bldg., 5-29, Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-100, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-516-1540 Fax | +82-(0)2-516-3776
Email | [email protected]
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The only Language that surpasses time and space...
Dance! ‘SA.CHOOM’ is a performance that doesn’t use
any vocal language. This dance is used as a means to
express the emotions of birth, growth, and love. Rather
than playing with words and inducing intelligent
reasoning, ‘SA.CHOOM’ delightfully harmonize the
many genre of dance such as Hip-Hop, Jazz, Modern,
Break-dance, and Pop-dance into a simple story.During
100 minutes of a breathtaking show, the audience will
be engulfed by explosive festival, composed of pleasure
and fun. Aiming for global sympathy, it is a well thought
out experiment that created the new genre called
Dance-cal with the skeletal structure of a musical
eliminating the vocal language.
Other Event
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Seminar & Forum
Based on Korean traditional music, Pungmulsorisawy
has strived to originate a new way of performance
through vigorous cultural exchange with other types of
art forms such as a dance or a play as well as to
succeed and develop Korean traditional music and art. In
addition, it has played prominent activities contributing
not only to the growth of local cultures but also to the
education and popularity of Korean traditional culture
both home and abroad.
Dance-cal SA.CHOOM
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.1 Signboard | ROOTONE-Full Monty
Representatives | Ho Choi / President Contact Person | Hyun Jong Kim / Assistant Manager
Address | #403, Isoniplaza Bldg., 609, Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-894, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-516-1501 Fax | +82-(0)2-516-0510
Email | [email protected] Website | www.rootone-ent.com
Pungmulsorisawy
Booth Exhibitions
Rootone
has developed a new way focused on
다양한 어린이
performance by introducing a brand-new type of multigenre project consisting of performance, movie and
music. Currently working with a cultural contents
specialist, Rootone are planning and producing with
professionals who have unique creativity in their field
such as writers, producers, composers and artists.
Rootone creates a profit model of high value-added
products of entertainment as well as making realistic
products through business analysis and execution of
images and dreams.
Extreme Romeo and Juliet
Information
ROOTONE-Full Monty
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.4 Signboard | Dance-cal SA.CHOOM
Representatives | Gwang Il Choi / President Contact Person | Hye Jin Kim / Producer
Address | #1-131, B1 Yuri Bldg., Dongsung-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-809, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2128-7616 Fax | +82-(0)2-6008-7105
Email | [email protected] Website | www.lovedance.co.kr
Booth Exhibions
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경기도문화의전당
퓨전콘서트 공감21
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Contact
The Korean Traditional Percussion Institute was established
in 1996 with the aim of diffusing the originality and excellence
of rhythm, inheriting and developing traditional Korean
percussion music, and studying it systematically and
academically. All members majored in Korean traditional
music and dance, and through systematic and professional
education, won first prize at competitions such as the 10th
Seoul Traditional Music Competition and the All-Korea Nongak Competition. The percussion group has also participated
in various international events such as HDQ of United
Nations in New York, Spain, Japan, Israel, Sri Lanka,
Mongolia and Malaysia. The group have also performed 500
times such venues in Korea as Chongdong Theater, National
Theater of Korea and Gyeonggi Provincial Art Center.
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매직 포커스
도미노 룩
Seminar & Forum
Pyong Kuk Chong leads Magic Focus which was
established in 2001 and has successfully presented
Advanced Magic Concert of the Summer Night since
Arts Council Korea selected it as Nationwide Touring
Works for the Cultural Estranged. The company also
presents educational program using Magic as a method
and the program was selected as Choice by National
Association of Cultural and Arts Centers. The company
has made more artistic and entertaining works for broad
audiences, new style of performances, and grown as
one of the leading performing groups of Korea
Domino Look
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.7 Signboard | Fusion Concert - Sympathy 21
Representatives | Seung Hwan Bang / President
Contact Person | Jeong Hui Kim / Manager and Performer
Address | #180-22, Bugahyeon-3dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul 120-193, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-313-5447 Fax | +82-(0)2-364-5693
Email | [email protected] Website | www.taak.com
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.5 Signboard | Gyeonggi Arts Center
Representatives | In Gun Park / President
Contact Person | You Ri Son / Staff Performance Planning Team, Jae Hoon Shim/Staff, Performance Planning Team
Address | #1117, Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do 442-835, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)31-230-3264 Fax | +82-(0)31-230-3275
Email | [email protected] Website | www.ggac.or.kr
MAGIC FOCUS
Booth Exhibitions
Gyeonggi Arts Center, which had served to develop the arts
and culture for Gyeonggi provincial residents since 1991,
has transformed into the Gyeonggi Arts Center Foundation
in June, 2004. The center carefully selects performances
and exhibitions both domestic and international, and plans a
variety of cultural and art events in order to create a space
where audience can feel and enjoy live cultural events. The
center operates with 4 resident art companies including
Gyeonggido Drama Company, Gyeonggido Korean Dance
Company, Gyeonggido Korean Music Orchestra and
Gyeonggido Philharmonic Orchestra. Each year, companies
hold regular and special performances and invite renowned
foreign artists and trainers to improve their capacity.
Fusion Concert - Sympathy 21
Information
Gyeonggi Arts Center
Established in 2006 by Young Ran Lee, Domino Look
has created The Object Theatre, an unique concept of
art, where they pushed the boundaries of puppet shows,
statue exhibitions and stage performances. Especially, it
has been giving great opportunities for children to
engage in fun activities with various materials such as
clay, flour, lights and water to nurture their imagination
and creativity.
Other Event
PT | Oct. 14 Sat. 3:30pm~4pm | SSTheater
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.6 Signboard | MAGIC FOCUS
Representatives | Pyong Kuk Chong / President Contact Person | Sung Kwon Choi / General Manager
Address | 1F #698-7, Seoksa-dong, Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do 200-936, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)33-262-8295 Fax | +82-(0)33-262-8298
Email | [email protected] Website | www.magicfocus.net
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.8 Signboard | Domino Look
Representatives | Young Lan Lee / President Contact Person | Sun Young Go
Address | 226-90, Seongbuk 2(i)-dong, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-824, Korea,
Tel | +82-(0)16-348-7302
Email | [email protected] Website | www.dominolook.net
Booth Exhibions
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코포럴 씨어터 몸꼴
토탈씨어터 앨리스/홍성민
Established in 2002, the company has awaken us to
realize the great importance of physical acting to
maximize the use of different human body parts and
visual images by minimizing the use of verbal words. It
also opened up the new experimental world of
imagination, using free body movements and various
objects. ‘Orpheus’ by Corporal Theatre Momggol was
selected as one of the PAMS Choice 2005 performances.
Total Theater Alice/Sungmin Hong
Booth Exhibitions
Sungmin Hong, a media artist, is a professor in the
Department of Time Arts at Kaywon School of Arts and
Design. He has worked with various artists from different
fields including theatre, dance, music and visual arts. He
stirred many sensations and applause from both of art
professionals and audiences when he first presented
Total Theater Alice in Ssamziegil, a fascinating
shopping and art center in 2005 to cover all its indoor
and outdoor space as the performing stage. Since then,
he has contributed himself to the minor theatre
performances as well as big major ones including
Gwangju and Busan Bienalles.
Full-length Performance | Oct. 14 Sat. 8pm | Marronnier Park
Showcase | Oct. 14 Sat. 5:30pm~6pm | SSTheater
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.11 Signboard | Total Theater Alice / Sungmin Hong
Representatives | Sungmin Hong / President Contact Person | Say-ok Lee
Address | Department of Time Art, Kaywon School Of Art And Design, San 125, Naesondong, Uiwang-si, Gyeonggi-do 437-712, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)11-9610-646 Email | [email protected] Website | www.aliceprince.com
Creative Group NONI
창작그룹 노니
노리단
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 5:30pm~6pm | SSTheater
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Other Event
With its main concept of that anything can be
instruments, this ecological music performance group
has provided constant pleasures and live energy from
adopting new attempts of recycling nature and culture
since 2004. It recycles industrial wastes such as old car
wheels and PE pipes to convert them to musical
instruments, which is environmental friendly. Noridan’s
professional performing team consists of 30 members in
a wide range of ages from nine to forty. The group was
based the Haja Center, The Seoul Youth Factory for
Alternative Culture but now has independently run 3
professional performing teams as its branch. It is
spreading its environmental friendly themed-arts through
various performances and activities.
Showcase | Oct. 14 Sat. 3pm~3:30pm | SSTheater
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.10 Signboard | Creative Group NONI
Representatives | Kyung Hee Kim / President Contact Person | Hyun Ju Sim / Manager
Address | #605, Woojung Plaza, 760-3 Singok-dong, Uijeongbu-si, Kyunggi-do 480-070, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)31-853-4881 Fax | +82-(0)31-853-4886
Email | [email protected]
Seminar & Forum
Creative Group NONI was formed with the graduates
from the Korean National University of Arts, who had
majored in Performing arts & stage design. All the
members have profound understanding in wide range of
traditional cultures including dance and music. Creative
Group NONI has also widened its artistic capacities to
create unique collaborations between traditional
performances and various modern methods while
bringing out the best of Korean arts.
Noridan
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.9 Signboard | Corporal Theatre Momggol
Representatives | Jong Yeon Yoon / President Contact Person | Myung Hwa Shin / Artistic Manager
Address | 3rd Fl. Momggol Studio, 54-46, Mullae-dong 3(sam)-ga, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul 150-093, Korea,
Tel | +82-(0)2-2636-4861 Fax | +82-(0)2-2636-4861
Email | [email protected] Website | www.momggol.com
Contact
Information
Corporal Theatre Momggol
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.12 Signboard | Noridan
Representatives | Jong Whee Kim / President Contact Person | Miya Shin
Address | #106, Haja Center, 57, Yeongdeungpo-dong 7-ga, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul 150-137, Korea,
Tel | +82-(0)2-2677-9200 Fax | +82-(0)2-2679-9300
Email | [email protected] Website | www.noridan.haja.net
Booth Exhibions
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캐나다 예술위원회
헬레닉 문화기구
The role of the Canada Council for the Arts is to foster
and promote the study and enjoyment of, and the
production of works in, the arts. To fulfill this mandate, the
Council offers a broad range of grants and services to
professional Canadian artists and arts organizations in
dance, interdisciplinary and performance arts, media arts,
music, theatre, visual arts, and writing and publishing.
Catherine LaPointe (Boulev’ art) | Jim Smith (Eponymous) | John Lambert (John
Lambert & Associates) | Krystyna Cappello (Kids’ Entertainement) | Colin
McIntyre (McIntye International Arts Management) | Louise Dubeau (Diagramme
Gestion culturelle) | Menno Plukker (Menno Plukker Theatre Agent) | Norman
Armour (PuSH International Performing Arts Festival)
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.16 Signboard | Hellenic Culture Organization
Contact Person | Yiannis Kolotouras
Address | 42, BOUBOULINAS str. ATHENS ATHENS GREECE, 106 82
Tel | +30-210-88-94-909 Fax | +30-210-88-94-955
Email | [email protected] Website | www.hch.culture.gr
Quebec on Stage - CINARS
시나르
멕시코 게이트웨이
Patrice Saint-Pierre’ DynamO Theatre’ Marketing Director | Paul Tanguay’
Compagnie Marie Chouinard’ Director | Roger Lacroix’ Internationa’ Arts
Management’ Agent | Tina Diab’ Les 7 Doigts de la Main | Business
Development Manager Franz Schulle’ Dobacaracol Band
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.15 Signboard | Quebec on Stage - CINARS
Contact Person | Alain Pare
Address | 3575 ST-LAURENT SUITE 216 MONTREAL QUEBEC CANADA, H2X 2T7
Tel | +514-842-5866 Fax | +514-843-3168
Email | [email protected] Website | www.cinars.org
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Mexico: Gateway to the Americas is a biannual cultural
initiative, which brings together ideas, resources and
people to create greater opportunities for the music,
theater, and dance of the Americas within the
hemisphere and internationally. Coordinated by Mexico’
s National Council for the Culture and the Arts, the
National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA), the
National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and
the U.S. Mexico Foundation for Culture, Gateway will
occur in New York City in January 2007, during the
Association of Performing Arts Presenters Annual
Conference.
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Seminar & Forum
The mission of CINARS is to promote cultural
productions from the performing arts sector and
strengthen their marketing, and business exchanges
between producer and presenter organizations and to
make Montreal an international focal point for the
performing arts.
Mexico: Gateway to the Americas
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.13, 14 Signboard | Canada Council for the Arts
Contact Person | Sandra Bender
Address | 350 Albert Street, P.O. Box 1047 Ottawa Ontario Canada, K1P 5V8
Tel | +1-613-566-4414(ext 5272) Fax | +1-613-566-4390
Email | [email protected] Website | www.canadacouncil.ca
Contact
Booth Exhibitions
The Hellenic Culture Organization (H.C.O.) is a Societe
Anonyme, supervised by the Ministry of Culture. Its
operation commenced in 2000, with the objective being
the promotion of the cultural heritage and the
contemporary cultural resources of the country. The
H.C.O., since its inception till the end of 2004 focused on
the realization of the programme of the Cultural Olympiad,
in cooperation with institutions, organizations and
individuals, both from Greece and abroad. Re-assessing
its goals after the completion of the Cultural Olympiad, the
H.C.O. emerges as an outstanding institution for the
support and promotion of the Greek Culture, reinforcing
its presence in the international cultural environment, by
highlighting the cultural reserves of the country.
Elisabeth Comtois (Agence Station Bleue), Uriel Luft (Atmo Productions) | Marie-
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Canada Council for the Arts
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.17 Signboard | Mexico: Gateway to the Americas
Contact Person | Mario Espinosa Ricalde
Address | Hamburgo 115, Col. Juarez Mexico City Mexico, 06600
Tel | +52-55-12-53-90-31 Fax | +52-55-12-53-90-54
Email | [email protected] Website | www.gatewaytotheamericas.org
Booth Exhibions
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The National Drama Company of Korea
일본국제교류기금 / 동경예술견본시
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The National Changgeuk Company of Korea
The National Drama Company of Korea is the only
national drama organization that was established with
The National Theater of Korea in 1950. It has not only
performed the main role of Korean modern drama
history, but also made various stars of Korean playing
art. Since its founding in 1962, the National Changgeuk
Company of Korea has pursued the standardization and
globalization of Changgeuk. By consistently staging both
traditional performances and new plays based on
tradition, it has made a vital contribution to the
promotion of Changgeuk and diffusion of traditional
Korean performance culture around the world.
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The National Dance Company of Korea
EAI 주식회사
국립무용단 / 국립국악관현악단
Functioning as the Cultural Bridge between East and West
* On the Roster
Opera “MAGIC FLUTE from KOREA” | The 5th New York International
Choral Festival(Lincoln Center) | Eurydice Opera Festival of New York
| Broadway in Paris, Dance & Singing Ensemble from France |
Youssou N’Dour, African Hip Hop, Jazz and Soul | Cic Alfonso de
Cuba, Dance Ensemble | Hungarian National Folk Dance Ensemble |
Vietnamese National Folk Dance Ensemble | Glen Cortese, Conductor
Julian Yu, Pianist Joanna Lawrynowicz, Pianist Lambroula Papas,
Soprano Park Soo Kwan, Eastern Korean Folk Songs
Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.19 Signboard | EAI Inc.
Contact Person | Sammy Choi
Address | 252 East 204th Street Bronx NY USA, 10458
Tel | (NY) +1-718-220-5980, (Seoul) +82-(0)10-7755-9497 Fax | +1-718-367-3272
Email | [email protected] Website | www.bravoeai.com
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The National Dance Company of Korea (NDC), which was
established in 1962, upholds Korean dance traditions, bases
its spirit, sublimates its creative works in today’s wide range
of arts and hopes that they will be able to continue with
these aims. The National Dance Company has participated
in various world festivals and made every effort to create
dance productions that stand for Korea by playing periodical
performances, performances for teenager, and performances
for national events. Established in 1995, The National
Orchestra Company of Korea has attempted to accomplish
the popularity and globalization of Korean traditional music
through various efforts, such as creating new styles of
traditional music and improving traditional instruments.
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Seminar & Forum
* Our Mission
The National Orchestra of Korea
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.18 Signboard | Japan Foundation / Tokyo Performing Arts Market
Contact Person | Hiromi Maruoka
Address | 3-1-2-3F, Ebisu-Minami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 150-0022
Tel | +81-3-5724-4660 Fax | +81-3-5724-4661
Email | [email protected] Website | www.tpam.or.jp
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.20
Signboard | The National Drama Company of Korea / The National Changgeuk Company of Korea
Representatives | Tae Suk Oh / Art Director (The National Drama Company of Korea)
Young Dai You / Art Director (The National Changgeuk Company of Korea)
Contact Person | Young Joo Bae / Performance Programing Division
Address | San 14-67, Jangchung-dong 2(i)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul 100 -857, Korea,
Tel | +82-(0)2-2280-4115 Fax | +82-(0)2-2280-4009 Email | [email protected] Website | www.ntok.go.kr
Contact
EAI Inc.
Booth Exhibitions
Tokyo Performing Arts Market (TPAM) is one of the major arts
markets around the world, and will celebrate its 11th meeting
in 2007. Since it’s inception in 1995, TPAM has been designed
to be an ideal place to distribute works of performing arts
including theater, dance, music, and other mixed art forms by
gathering national and international theater practitioners and
introducing emerging artists in a unique and innovative way.
The Japan Foundation, one of the TPAM organizers, was
established in 1972 as a special legal entity to undertake
international cultural exchange. the organizational structures
consist of promotion of cultural and arts exchange, promotion
of overseas Japanese-language education, promotion of
overseas Japanese studies and intellectual exchange and
support of collection and provision of international exchange.
국립극단 / 국립창극단
Information
Japan Foundation / Tokyo Performing Arts Market
Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.21
Signboard | The National Dance Company of Korea / The National Orchestra of Korea
Representatives | Jung Hye Bae / Art Director (The National Dance Company of Korea)
Byung Ki Hwang / Art Director (The National Orchestra Company of Korea)
Contact Person | Young Joo Bae / Performance Programming Division
Address | San 14-67, Jangchung-dong 2(i)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul 100 -857, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2280-4115 Fax | +82-(0)2-2280-4009 Email | [email protected] Website | www.ntok.go.kr
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극단 아름다운세상
The play of art 21 - Halfmoon that rise in the daytime
The Play of Art 21 is so extreme that they sell out in
original work performances and re-creation performances
in no time. With supervisors who gather intent of each
field cooperation creation do by knowing form work make.
Main target of importance to The Play of Art 21 is the
theme of family. Family play now that undergo a change
to society of family center form, breaking conversation
analysis differing with eye-level through play, we think
that it is an important culture industry that lead interlocution of combination furthermore. The world that The
Play of Art 21 dreams of is a world in which the father,
mother, and child can talk together and laugh, and is
amused and will see us perform again through the family
play.
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Contact
Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.24 Signboard | The play of art 21 - Halfmoon that rise in the daytime
Representatives | Young Jun Jeon / President Contact Person | Hyun Joo Jang / manager
Address | #52-35, Gocheok-1dong, Guro-gu, Seoul 158-824, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2681-4781 Fax | +82-(0)2-2681-4744
Email | [email protected] Website | www. play21.co.kr
왕세자 실종사건
극단 아리랑
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.23 Signboard | The Prince Puzzle
Representatives | Yong Bae Kim / President Contact Person | Seok Jung Choi /
Assistant Manager-Programming of Performing Arts
Address | 2406, Nambu Soonwhan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-070, Korea,
Tel | +82-(0)2-580-1244 Fax | +82-(0)2-580-1240
Email | [email protected] Website | www.sac.or.kr
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Since establishing in 1986, Arirang Theater Company
has staged sound and original works with “Korean
Identity”. In past years Arirang worked into people’s
common thought and emotion to offer the audience a
contemporary vision through joyous stages such as ‘Fire
and Flower’, a Dancing Scarecrow, ‘Magic Zoo’ and
‘First Love’. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Arirang
intends to provide ‘future-oriented’ work, to young
adolescents. Currently it has a large repertory including
‘Butterfly’, ‘JYY Project’, musical ‘the Watch’ and ‘Mr.
Kim from Republic of Korea’.
Other Event
Contact
Seminar & Forum
‘The Prince Puzzle’ is the 4th play of ‘Jayu Young Play
Series’ presented and produced by Seoul Arts Center.
‘The Prince Puzzle’ shows the behavior of ourselves
caring about our own interests than the essential matter
of serious incidents, The writer Ah-reum Han and the
director Jae-hyung Seo are two rising theatrical people
in Korea and ‘The Prince Puzzle’ is the second play of
the combination ‘Han Ah-reum’ and ‘Seo Jae-hyung’.
You can feel a vivid stage through various visual and
auditory images with repeated reflex techniques, fast
and slow motion and live music play of percussion group
‘Gong Myung’. The Prince Puzzle is fun and touching,
and also makes your upgraded fusion historical play.
ARIRANG Theatre Company
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.22 Signboard | The Beautiful World Theatre Company
Representatives | Eun Young Seo / President Contact Person | Won Young Jung / Planner
Address | 91, Samseon-dong5(o)-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-045, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-953-1245 Fax | +82-(0)2-926-1345
Email | [email protected] Website | www.bwtc.or.kr
The Prince Puzzle
Booth Exhibitions
The Beautiful World Theatre Company was established
in October 2002 to present fun, exciting and educational
performances in various genres to children to inspire
them to cherish beautiful dreams in their heart. Its
purpose is to provoke future hope for ‘children to
recognize what we lose, what we forget, and the most
precious is through the ‘stage’. The BWTC produces
puppet, drama, musical, mime, and biblical drama that
induce and satisfy children’s curiosity and open their
heart to see beautiful world. The theatre group has
created ‘The Treasure of the East’ and the puppet play
‘AgiDdongPul’, and was officially invited to Performing
Arts Festival for Young Audiences Seoul 2004 and
Puppet Festival Chuncheon 2003.
극단 21 - 낮에 나온 반달
Information
The Beautiful World Theatre Company
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.25 Signboard | ARIRANG Theatre Company
Representatives | Tea Won Kwon / President Contact Person | Soo Jin Kim / Creative Director
Address | #14, Samseon-dong 2(i)-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-042, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-741-5332 Fax | +82-(0)2-763-6055
Email | [email protected] Website | www.arirang.jinbo.net
Booth Exhibions
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고골 3부작
(주)쇼비티
The time of culture has begun. The most powerful
culture contents which are invisible but able to lead the
whole world are wriggling.‘Funky Funky’is one of the
representatives of original Korean musicals which has
given laughter and fun to over 150,000 audiences since
October, 2003. The delightful and refreshing romantic
comedy of show musical, the 2006‘Funky Funky’
produces big laughs from the audience. ‘Jack and His
Magic Savings Box’ helps children to understand about
the economy and realize the importance of saving.
Show comedy a cappella,‘SHOWCOLLA’is also an
initial performance which is totally different from other a
capellas.
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경기도립극단
Performing Art Market in Seoul 2006
Standing Company Co. always prepares a performance,
giving a touching moment for audiences, and often
receive standing ovations from the audience who
understand the big impression. As our first work, we
have been preparing the musical‘HWANG-JEENY’for
3 years to present to our audiences. The musical
‘HWANG-JEENY’is a story of beautiful woman who
sways the Joseon Dynasty period, and it has a very
unique story. In‘HWANG-JEENY’, her innocent love
and artistic soul will be expressed fantastically by
analyzing her love and life in sharp contrast. We will
show a new dimensions of Korean musical to the
audience with mysticism style with the medium of songs
and stage settings.
Other Event
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Musical HWANG-JEENY
Seminar & Forum
Gyeonggido Drama Company since its foundation in 1990,
has done more than 50 regular performances and hundreds
of national tours. In May 2004, Russian director Kouzine
was invited to put a play titled ‘Inspector General’ on stage.
In addition, director Tae Joon Jo’s ‘How Many Times Have
the Cherry Blossoms Come and Gone’ and ‘Spring, Spring,
Spring of Kim Yoo Jeong’ have been incorporated into the
upgraded repertoire of the company which takes the lead in
allowing Korean culture be better known to the global
audience. In order to enhance competency the Company will
also invite Valery Fokin, Russian director who won the most
Golden Mask Awards of Russia and present the master
piece of plays ‘The Marriage’ by Gogol.
뮤지컬 황진이
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Gyeonggi Provincial Theater Company
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.27 Signboard | Gyeonggi Provincial Theater Company
Representatives | Moon Soo Kim / President, Hyung Dong Cho / Artistic Director
Contact Person | Jin Sook Lee / Drama Company Planner
Address | #1117 Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, Gyeonggi-do 442-835, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)31-2303-297 Fax | +82-(0)31-2303-275
Email | [email protected] Website | www.ggac.or.kr
Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.28 Signboard | showBT
Representatives | Sung Han Geong / President
Contact Person | Yong Hwan Geong / Performance Planning Team leader
Address | 3,4,5F Unesco Bldg, 50-14, Myeong-dong 2(i)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul 100-810, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-319-9880 Fax | +82-(0)2-319-9854
Email | [email protected] Website | www.funkyfunky.co.kr
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.26 Signboard | Gogol Trilogy
Representatives | Weon Cuk Kim / President Contact Person | Yune A Choi / Producer
Address | #213-1, Samseon-dong 2(i)-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-042, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3673-2003 Fax | +82-(0)2-3673-2003
Email | [email protected] Website | www.myungpum.org
Contact
Booth Exhibitions
Weon Cuk Kim is Director of Myungpum Thearical
Company who is the first Korean director who made a
debut in Moscow. Korean actors who most have been
graduated from Russia and Russian staffs from
Bernisagii Theater where Weon Cuk Kim worked as
executive director are also joining. Through various
festivals in Korea, The company has been introduced
performances created in Bernisagii, Knyachev and
Varagin studio and has made such a strong impression
to spectators in Korea. Myungpum Theater Company
has started its beginning in Korea since 2005. ‘Gogol
Trilogy’ is a genuine repertory in korea and proceeds
with Gogol’s other great stories, which surely will make
a new trend of enjoying plays.
showBT
Information
Gogol Trilogy
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.29 Signboard | Musical HWANG-JEENY
Representatives | Sung Ju Kim / President Contact Person | Bo Kyung Lee / Planning Manager
Address | #304, Hyoryong B/D, 984-3, Bangbae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-060, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-598-1110 Fax | +82-(0)2-523-3111
Email | [email protected] Website | www. st-art.co.kr
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바리데기
극단 노뜰
NOTTLE, Founded in 1993. Not adhered only to the
‘Word’taking it for the sole and absolute theatrical
language, lt tries to find a new form of‘universal’
language such as voice, contemporary dance, mime,
percussion. Also, its repertories are full of spiritual
insight into life, vibrant movement and a lot of unique
imagination. Its artistic goal is not esoteric view or
mysterious Orientalism but an accessible and
sympathetic theatre. Its means wherever it visits, the
audiences can communicate with the stage and share a
universal truth beyond any distinction.
Booth Exhibitions
This drama company was established under the name of
Theatre Kyungsung in October 1995, consisting of graduates
of Kyungsung University majoring in theater and film. Later, the
name was changed to present Busan Theater Production’s
Dongneok in 1998 and has been involved in more active
productions so far. Different from other companies with only
one director, Dongneok has several directors and they create
or choose works that are suitable for them. Experimental
plays, environment plays, musicals and Korean traditional
performances along with group creations have been created
with partication of Excellent actors and actresses. Since its
advanced into the international market in 2005, it is scheduled
to tour through Tokyo, Osaka and Busan with a Korea-Japan
joint production in 2006.
Nottle Theatre Company
Information
BARIDEGI
PT | Oct. 13 Fri. 5pm~5:30pm | SSTheater
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.32 Signboard | Nottle Theatre Company
Representatives | Young Oh Won Contact Person | Kyung Suk Baek / Producer
Address | 389, Hooyong-ri, Munmack-eup, Wonju, Kangwon-do 220-804, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)33-732-0827 Fax | +82-(0)33-732-2773
Email | [email protected] Website | www.nottle.co.kr
Sadari Movement Laboratory
사다리움직임연구소
베세토연극제
Seminar & Forum
BeSeTo Theatre Festival was set up in 1994, with the
aims of encouraging creativity in performance arts,
searching after identities and esthetic possibilities of the
oriental theatre, and increasing mental and emotional
understanding among Korea, China, and Japan to
overcome their history of conflict through theatrical
exchanges. The festival strives to provide the audience
with opportunities to give thought to‘our lives’and‘the
future of human beings’, together in the rapidly
changing world with identification of the oriental theatre.
Seminars and discussion meetings and international
committee meeting takes place during the fastival peried
with inivtaion of European theatrical people.
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In the search of new and progressive language for the
future of the art. Sadari Movement Laboratory has won
acclaim with its new and innovative experiments in
modern Korean theatre. Especially, the company has
presented symbolic figures on stage and created the
imaginary space through an object-actor movement. By
doing so, the company has aimed to provide the higher
quality of performances to the contemporary audiences.
Also, the company’s persistent and systematical
trainings show that we greatly needs more new theatres
as well as the new universal language, suitable to the
modern stages. And, at the same time, it’s still trying to
gain global interests and positive feedbacks towards
Korean Performing arts.
BeSeTo Theatre Festival
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 5:30pm~6pm | Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.31 Signboard | Sadari Movement Laboratory
Representatives | Do Wan Im Contact Person | Ji Sun Park / AsiaNow Producer
Address | 16-148, Jeongneung-1dong, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-101, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-912-3094 Fax | +82-(0)2-912-3094
Email | [email protected] Website | www.sadarimovementlab.org
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Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.30 Signboard | BARIDEGI
Representatives | Yong Hun Park / President Contact Person | Yu Hyun Kong / Planner & Marketer
Address | #186-7, Gwangan2-dong, Suyoung-gu, Busan 613-805, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)51-751-0858 Fax | +82-(0)51-751-0858
Email | [email protected] Website | www.coreaplay.com
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Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.33 Signboard | BeSeTo Theatre Festival
Representatives | Ja Hung Koo / President Contact Person | Jeong Hee Baek / Organizer
Address | #303, 114-2 Hyehwa-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-530, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-755-5055 Fax | +82-(0)2-742-9875
Email | [email protected] Website | www. besetofestival.net
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공연창작집단 뛰다
극단 여행자
Yohangza Theatre Company is a young and promising
Korean theatre group, established in 1997 by Jung Ung
Yang, a writer / director. Winning the best production of year
2003 in the Cairo International Festival of Experimental
Theatre as well as numerous local awards, its performances
have struck the chord with both Korean and international
audiences and have quickly gained a reputation for itself.
Recently, its writer won S. Korea’s Best Young Playwriter of
the Year Award. Also, in November 2003, the company were
invited to Japan to perform their unique version of‘A
midsummer Nights dream’. Reworking of existing Korean
styles and themes infused with contemporary elements and
driven by a thirst for another experiment is the key of
Yohangza.
Booth Exhibitions
TUIDA performance group is already well-knowned for
claiming 2 best prizes in Seoul Children’s Theatre Play
Awards back in year 2002 and 2004, as well as having
been invited to many local & overseas theatre festivals.
Using the various objects including masks and puppets
in their performances, it always delivers the new form of
theatre, whether they bring out the theater to the
audience or trying to make it more environmental
friendly. It also runs under the strong community spirit
with its policy of co-production, co-distribution and 100%
agreement between members.
Yohangza Theatre Company
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 6pm~6:30pm | Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 4:30pm~5pm | Arko Arts Theater|Small Theater
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Contact
Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.36 Signboard | Yohangza Theatre Company
Representatives | Jung Ung Yang Contact Person | Ji Sun Park / AsiaNow Producer
Address | #203, 33-95, Myoungryun-dong 1(il)-ga, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-521, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3673-1390 Fax | +82-(0)2-3673-1392
Email | [email protected] Website | www.yohangze.com
극단 물리
극단 백수광부
Showcase | Oct. 13 Fri. 4:30pm~5pm | SSTheater
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Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.35 Signboard | Theatre Moollee
Representatives | Tae Sook Han
Contact Person | Soo Hee Kim / Assistant Director & Stage Manager
Address | #1-809, SamIk APT, 896, Dogok-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul 135-270, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)11-9080-9159 Email | [email protected]
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In 1996, Seoung-Yeol Lee, a director, opened an
experimental theatre company called Baeksukwangbu with
young actors. The company has concentrated itself to
create de-constructed play by body movements and
improvisation, which resulted in ‘Good Morning Chekhov’
while the company has also worked on reconstruction of
modern theatre languages, especially focusing on creating
accurate realism. Also it has been successful with its
unusual and serious stage settings. They have acclaimed
so many prizes ‘Green Bench’-the New Director’
s Awards
| ‘The story of a whale living in a fish bowl’-the New
Director and the Best Prize of the Korean Play
Organization| | ‘You are special’-the Best Actor/Actress of
Korean Youth Theatre Festival and many.
PT | Oct. 14 Wed. 5pm~5:30pm | SSTheater
Contact
Seminar & Forum
As shown in its name“Moollee”which means the
essence of every creation, the experimental theatre
company“Moollee”aims to define and explain the
principles and phenomenas of various things in this
universe, originally formed by Tae Sook Han, a
playwriter-director. It produced the first theatre work
What happened to those sisters? in 1997. Since then, it
has been officially invited to perform Lady Macbeth in
2002 Kontakt Festival and its Train For Xian has won
four different major prizes in 2003 Dong-A Stage
Theatre Awards as well. Until now, Moollee hasn’t
stopped entertaining audiences every year with its own
unique and experimental performances.
Baeksukwangbu
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.34 Signboard | Performance Group TUIDA
Representatives | Hye Ran Hwang Contact Person | Hyun Ju Shim
Address | #605 Woojung Plaza, 760-3, Singok-dong, Uijeongbu-si, Gyeonggi-do 480-070, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)31-853-4881 Fax | +82-(0)31-853-4886
Email | [email protected] Website | www.tuida.com
Theatre Moollee
Information
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.37 Signboard | Baeksukwangbu
Representatives | Seong Yeol Lee Contact Person | Sung Jin Yu
Address | B1 Fl.,231-170, Norangjin 1(il)-dong, Dongjak-gu, Seoul 156-051, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-813-1674 Fax | +82-(0)2-813-1674
Email | [email protected]
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BST Company
극단 북새통
It was established in 2002 with many helps of graduates
from The Korean National University of Arts, which is
the only place to major in the Children and Youth
Theater Program. Believing the fact that children often
learn the different aspects of life through their own
dramatic plays, BST Company seeks for the culture in
which the whole family can participate. BST Company
encourages children to experience with creative dramas
in art, enables children to witness theatre performances
as the extended process of creative drama and explores
various Korean legends and traditional games to meet
creative drama with theatre performance.
Showcase | Oct. 14 Sat. 4:30pm~5pm | SSTheater
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.38 Signboard | BST Company
Representatives | In Woo Nam Contact Person | In Woo Nam
Address | #332-677, Seokgwan-dong, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-150, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-969-3997 Fax | +82-(0)2-969-3998
Email | [email protected] Website | www.playbst.com
Street Theatre Troupe
연희단거리패
Established in Busan since 1986, Street Theatre Troupe
has devoted itself to drag out the performing arts of
theatre to expose it in open public areas, whether in
Korea or overseas. They are always on the move and
ready for any kind of outdoor performances. Thanks to
its great live energy, its explosive vibes, intense
movements and rhythmical mixture of traditional and
new sounds, they are surely recognized as one of the
unique and modern performers in Korea.
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 7pm~7:30pm | Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
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Contact
Booth Number | 1st Gallery No.39 Signboard | Street Theatre Troupe
Representatives | Mi Jeong Nam Contact Person | Sung Taek Oh
Address | Miryang Theatre Village, 78, Gasan-ri, Bubuk-myeon, Miryang-si, Gyeongsangnam-do 627-851, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)55-355-2308 Fax | +82-(0)55-355-4176
Email | [email protected] Website | www.stt1986.com
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아시아문화중심도시
한국메세나협의회
Korean Business Council for the Arts (KOBCA), founded
in 1994, is a national non-for-profit organization that
brings business and arts together. It develops and
advances mutual benefits between business and arts to
increase international competitive power of Korean arts
business.
Booth Exhibitions
Asian Culture Hub City Development Project has been
promoted by the nations objective for balanced regional
development and the needs for establishing a common
cultural value of Asia. Asian Culture Hub City, Gwangju
will become a model city for future city development
through dynamic cultural exchanges with City residents
and Asian arts professionals Asian Culture Hub City
Project will progressively realize construction of 5
facilities. Among them, Asian Culture Complex is a core
facility which will become a cultural headquarter for
interchange, creation, research and education of Asian
culture. Further more, it will evolve into the symbol of
culturally developed Korea and the Culture City of
Gwangju.
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Contact
Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.4 Signboard | Korean Business Council for the Arts
Representatives | Byeong Kwon Lee / Secretary General Contact Person | Hye Min Lee / Staff
Address | 18th floor FKI B/D, 28-1, Yeouido-dong, Youngdungpo-gu, Seoul 150-756, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-784-1510 Fax | +82+(0)2-773-2853
Email | [email protected] Website | www.mecenat.or.kr , www.aandb.or.kr
National Association of Cultural & Arts Center
전국문예회관연합회
2006 서울국제공연예술제
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.2 & 3 Signboard | National Association of Cultural & Arts Center
Representatives | Yong-Bae Kim Contact Person | Hyun Ju Kim / Programming & Promotions Manager
Address | 700, Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-718, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-586-5991 Fax | +82-(0)2-586-5996
Email | [email protected] Website | www.nacac.or.kr
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Seoul Performing Arts Festival(SPAF) is an annual
international performing arts festival held every autumn in
Seoul. SPAF aims to establish an international performing
arts market which will introduce and dynamically mediate
contemporary artistic imaginations of the highest
international reputation. SPAF recognizes the uniqueness
of each individual performing arts genre. At the same
time, SPAF actively supports innovative trends and
values manifested through a powerful interactivity of
different genres within a broader field of performing arts.
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Seminar & Forum
Since its establishment in November 1995, National
Association of Cultural & Arts Center(NACAC) has
contributed to development of local culture and arts by
helping local cultural arts centers professionally and
efficiently conduct their operations and nationwide expand
arts markets. NACAC encourages its member arts centers
to exchange information, co-work in holding events,
educate employees, carry out surveys or research projects
and share storage space for stage scenery, props and
costumes. In addition, NACAC is looking for opportunities
to exchanges with its counterparts from overseas.
Specifically since 2004, the association has provided
supports toward cultural arts activities for less privileged
people through funds earned from lottery businesses.
The 6th Seoul Performing Arts Festival
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.1 Signboard | Asian Culture Hub City
Representatives | Ki Sook Son / Chairperson Contact Person | Eun Ha Ku / Researcher
Address | 1-57, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-789, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3704-3455 Fax | +82-(0)2-3704-3419, 3459
Email | [email protected] Website | www.cct.go.kr
Contact
Information
Asian Culture Hub City
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.5 Signboard | The 6th Seoul Performing Arts Festival
Representatives | Jeong Ock Kim/ President
Contact Person | Kyung Hwa Seo / Planning & Admin Team
Address | Seokma B/D 4F, 1-89, Dongsung-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-809, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3673-2561 Fax | +82-(0)2-745-7924
Email | [email protected] Website | www.spaf21.com
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서울세계무용축제
The Forest
The Forest, Traditional Cross-over band Founded in
2001, the Forest presents the unique sound and
rhythms of Korean traditional music while pursuing a
new-age music, using traditional instruments to create
lyrical & pictorial music. With its first album released in
Sep. 2002, the Forest has got 5 sold-out concerts under
its name and have been performing continuously in
many local festivals and various events. In June 2005,
the band was invited to perform at the opening
ceremony of the Asian Arts Mart (Singapore) and later
that year, they also performed at“The Concert for
Peace”held at the prestigious Lincoln Center in New
York.
Booth Exhibitions
Seoul International Dance Festival (SIDance) has been
hosted by CID-UNESCO Korea Chapter annually during
Autumn at prestigious venues including Seoul Arts
Center and Hoam Art Hall as a 4-week long event.
SIDance has grown into the biggest and the most
substantial dance festival in Korea since its establ is
hment in 1998. Key dance figures from Europe and Asia
including Jean-Claude Gallota, Philipe Decoupfle, Josef
Nadj, Susanne Linke, Maurice Bejart, Inbal Pinto,
Teshigawara Saburo, H. R. Chaos and Condors, were
invited to SIDance and none of them ever failed to
fascinate Korean audiences. The advanced operation
skills and programming strategies are also major
appeals of the festival.
퓨전국악그룹 The林(그림)
Information
Seoul International Dance Festival (SIDance)
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 3:30pm~4pm | SSTheater
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.8 Signboard | The Forest
Representatives | Chang Yool Shin Contact Person | Chang Yool Shin / Team Leader
Address | B1 Fl., 255-10, Yangjae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-130, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)16-418-2935 Fax | +82-(0)2-574-4013
Email | [email protected] Website | http://cafe.daum.net/thelim
Korea Arts Management Service
(재)예술경영지원센터
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus mixes several genres of arts
with the sound of Haegum and other oriental &western
instruments. It preserves a strong insight into the past of
Korean music, which the band values, to create the
better now & future music. This popular fusion group is
also trying to re-discover the forgotten beauty of Korean
traditional music. Through these works, they are eager
to bring out the balance and harmony of old & new
Korean music.
Other Event
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 4:30pm~5pm | SSTheater
Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.7 Signboard | Korea Arts Management Service
Representatives | Gyu Seog Lee / President
Contact Person | Chan-Doo Kim(Director Reserach & Consulting) / Jin-Young Kim
Address | Seoul Calligraphy Art Museum 3F, Seoul Arts Center, 700 Seocho-dong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-718, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-525-9820 Fax | +82-(0)2-525-3085
Email | [email protected] / [email protected] Website | www.gokams.or.kr
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Seminar & Forum
Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) was
established in January 2006 with support from Ministry of
Culture and Tourism. KAMS offers multifaceted
assistance for the purpose of bolstering the sustainability
of arts groups and organizations, while strengthening
their competitive advantages by developing diverse and
effective support systems for more efficient arts
management. KAMS enables performing arts companies
in Korea to broaden their horizon and presence by
evaluating their management strategy, offering
consultant services, and expanding their market
capability through innovative distribution networks in
domestic and overseas markets. KAMS also started
projects for developing Asian performing arts exchanges.
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PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.6 Signboard | Seoul International Dance Festival (SIDance)
Representatives | Jong Ho Lee / President
Contact Person | Byeong Cheol Hwang / Manager, Planning Division
Address | Rm 401, Buam Bldg., 208-42 Buam-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-817, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3216-1185 Fax | +82-(0)2-3216-1187
Email | [email protected] Website | www.sidance.org
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.9 Signboard | Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
Representatives | Man Ju Han Contact Person | Tae Hoon Kim / Manager
Address | B1F, Jeonglim Bld., 207, Poi-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-963, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2058-1048 Fax | +82-(0)2-2058-1049
Email | [email protected] Website | http://cafe.daum.net/haegumplus
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오감도
Established in 2003, O-Gam-Do is a renowned Korean
world music group performing with modern electronic
instruments (guitar, bass, drum and keyboard) and
traditional instruments (Gayageum, Taepyongso,
Geomungo, Piri, Janggo and others), based on Koreanstyled rhythms and melodies. It has 5 electronic players
and 7 traditional players.
컬쳐비즈
CultureBiz
Booth Exhibitions
CultureBiz, the most competitive-professional arts
management, is a leading company in Korea in a sense
of developing contents and software programs in the
culture and arts fields. CultureBiz is also establishing a
balanced growth of software development and hardware
system in Korean culture & arts market by introducing
creative arts business strategies. It also strives to
promote Korean musicians into foreign markets.
CultureBiz has worked with Cho Piano Trio, Sookmyung
Gayagum Orchestra, double bass ensemble MR. BASS,
Gayagum player Jung-Sook Kang, Seoul Tutti Ensemble,
and cello quartet Blue Clouds.
Information
Korean World Music Group O-Gam-Do
Showcase | Oct. 13 Fri. 3pm~3:30pm | SSTheater
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Contact
Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.12 Signboard | CultureBiz
Representatives | Catherine Park / President Contact Person | Je Rim Yoo / Manager
Address | #805, Sungji Building, 538, Dohwa-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-743, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-701-4879 Fax | +82-(0)2-706-4879
Email | [email protected] Website | www.culturebiz.co.kr
Kore Hana Performing Arts Team
겨레하나예술단
(재)서울시립교향악단
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.11 Signboard | Kore Hana Performing Arts Team
Representatives | Nak Hwan Song / President Contact Person | Hee Jin An / Manager
Address | #707, CenturyB/D, 869-10, Bongcheon-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-836, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-888-9797 Fax | +82-(0)2-888-3323
Email | [email protected] Website | http://cafe.naver.com/hjan54.cafe
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The Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Artistic
Director Myung-Whun Chung, is the most historic
orchestra cherishing the longest and most important
traditions of Western music in Korea estabiished in
1945. Under the baton of Maestro Chung, who began
his tenure as Music Director in January 2006, the Seoul
Philharmonic Orchestra has taken a step forward to
create a new sound filled with the spirit of music. The
Orchestra also introduced a composer-in-residence
program for the very first time in Korea. Renowned
Grawemeyer winning composer UnSuk Chin was
appointed as the Orchestra’s first resident composer to
help broaden the repertoire in which musical traditions
of the past and present meld into each other.
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Contact
Seminar & Forum
Established in April, 2000. the Korea Hana Performing Arts
Team’s aspiration is to unify Korean People From North and
South, and to become friends with people all over the globe
through their traditional arts and culture. The mystic and
fascinating sounds are created by a hundred beautiful and
stunning South Korean women in dazzling Korean traditional
dresses, Han-Bok, and the beautiful but tear-jerking dance
performances of a hundred purely beautiful and strong North
Korean women. Throughout its performance of the team
concert, the pain and the struggle are reborn as these
beautiful performances. You will all be amazed by the
beautiful dances and the fascinating and mysterious sounds
that the musical scales of the piano could never make.
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.10 Signboard | Korean World Music Group O-Gam-Do
Representatives | Tae Sang Ahn Contact Person | Inook Chang
Address | 957-1, Seosin-dong, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do 560-170, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)63-254-7842 Fax | +82-(0)63-278-9888
Email | [email protected] Website | www.5gamdo.co.kr
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.13 Signboard | Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
Representatives | Pal Seung Lee / President Contact Person | Jong Hyun Kim / PR & Marketing Dept.
Address | 4F Sejong Center for the Performing Arts Artist Group B/D, 81-3, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-821, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3700-6332 Fax | +82-(0)2-3700-6365
Email | [email protected] Website | www.seoulphil.co.kr
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뮤지컬 밑바닥에서
티켓예매발권 시스템
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Culturetech Korea, Inc. specializes in on-line ticket
reservation and issuing systems. By providing state of the
art technology enables an easier ticket-buying experience
for customers and more efficient administration and
marketing for administrators. Culturetech Korea, Inc. also
distributes various ticket printers for the specific needs of
their customers and can also provide customized paper
tickets for organizations.
Booth Exhibitions
‘The Lower Depth’ opened in 2005 drawing critical
acclaim. The prolonged performance received public
favor as an original musical when too many licensed
musicals occupied the Korean musical scene. 2006
started with the establishment of Musical Company
Openrun that presented a new version of ‘The Lower
Depth with more profound interpretation and refurbished
music. Musical Company Openrun and PARK YongJeon (producer, composer, & director) aim to create
more original productions with a stronger expertise and
competence, which hopefully will contribute to making
the Korean musical scene more prosperous.
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.16 Signboard | Ticket Issuing System
Representatives | DK Lim Contact Person | DK Lim / CEO
Address | #1, 6F, 68-19, Chongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-100, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3452-1100 Fax | +82-(0)2-3452-1100
Email | [email protected] Website | www.culturetech.co.kr
뮤지컬 키드
동방뮤지컬컴퍼니
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.15 Signboard | MUSICAL KID
Representatives | Yoon Jeong Choi Contact Person | Justin Kim / Co-President
Address | #1706 Paradise B/D, 159-6, Dongkyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-816, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-333-4692 Fax | +82-(0)2-333-4637
Email | [email protected] Website | www.lutain.co.kr
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Dongbang Musical Company has been opened to
contribute to popularization of juvenile musical in 1983
when there was a weak culture for the children who
would lead the future. Since then, Dongbang Musical
Company has played about 100 times not only in Seoul
but also throughout Korea. We are sure that the works
of Dongbang Musical Company will give sensibility and
purity, which is different from any other non-discernable
multimedia.
Other Event
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Contact
Seminar & Forum
Cultduct Marketing Production was established under
the principles of “For happiness of the individuals
originated in Culture”, “For success in business
originated in culture”, “For local equilibrium originated in
Culture”, “For creative Korea originated in Culture”. It
comprehends the sensibility of 21st century cultural
consumer. Furthermore, It makes ways of creative
Korea through art, enterprise and the community. It is a
cultural marketing enterprise which was established to
develop cultural programs through engrafting code of
culture and sensibility on the business field. Cultduct
Marketing Production affiliates with art promotion
companies and musical production. Recently, the
company promote ‘Musical Kid’
DB Musical Company
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.14 Signboard | Musical The Lower Depths
Representatives | Yong Jyun Park / President
Contact Person | Mi Kyung Yeo / Assistant of Planning
Address | B18 business center, 2-4, Dongsung-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-809, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-765-8108
Email | [email protected] Website | www.openrun.co.kr
MUSICAL KID
Ticket Issuing System
Information
Musical The Lower Depths
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.17 Signboard | DB Musical Company
Representatives | Chol Ho Shin / President Contact Person | Da Hee Jeong / Planning Department
Address | #33-22, Nogosan-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-806, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-712-3865 Fax | +82-(0)2-707-1132
Email | [email protected] hanmail.net Website | www.dbmusical.com
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스탭서울 - 무대기술자문
Sejong Center for the Performing Arts
Sejong Center for the Performing Arts is ranked first for culture
and arts representing Korea since opening in 1978. They have
been introducing diversified and high quality performances for
the past 30 years and possess 9 performing art groups,
boasting the best ability in Korea. Since becoming independent
as a foundation in 1999, it has secured competitiveness to
stand shoulder to shoulder with world s leading performing arts
centers. The Grand Theater, reopened in March 2004, has
been recreated as a space providing subtitles for operas and
musicals and providing a video service with LCD monitors to
each seat The Sejong Chamber Hall, opened on August 14,
2006, is expected to contribute greatly to expansion of classical
music population based on the reverberation and voiceless
sound level at the world s greatest level.
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세종문화회관 예술단
Performing Art Market in Seoul 2006
As part of a long term promotion for the cultural arts of
Goyang, the Goyang Cultural Foundation manages the
operation of The Goyang SPART Complex and Park
and The Hanmoe ARAM Complex. The Goyang SPART
Complex and Park is the only facility of its kind in Korea
and the largest in Asia which presents performances,
exhibitions, public lectures, festival and literary and
children’s art competitions. The Hanmoe ARAM
Complex is a metropolitan-style cultural center, placing it
on the scale of international standards. The grand
opening of The Hanmoe ARAM Complex in 2007 will
dramatically shift the center of Korean arts.
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The Hanmoe ARAM Complex
Seminar & Forum
Sejong Center for the Performing Arts plays a leading role in
creative activities for domestic performing arts through a total
of 9 performing art groups. ‘Seoul Metropolitan Traditional
Music Orchestra’, ‘Seoul Metropolitan Dance Theatre’, ‘Seoul
Metropolitan Chorus’, ‘Seoul Metropolitan Musical Theatre’,
‘Seoul Metropolitan Theatre’, and ‘Seoul Metropolitan Opera’.
They have preserited their regular and various special
performances, while spreading the superiority of Korean
culture and arts through their international performances.
‘Seoul Youth Philharmonic Orchestra’, ‘Seoul Metropolitan
Junior Chorus’, and ‘Seoul Metropolitan Youth Traditional
Music Orchestra’have been contributing to training cultural
artists who will represent the future of Korea while carrying
out the function of art education together.
아람누리
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Performing Art Groups of Sejong Center
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.19 Signboard | Performing Art Groups of Sejong Center
Representatives | Joo Song Kim / President
Contact Person | Ji Ye Kim / Performing Art Group Support
Address | #81-3, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-821, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-399-1125 Fax | +82-(0)2-399-1159
Email | [email protected] Website | www.sejongpac.or.kr
Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.20 Signboard | Sejong Center for the Performing Arts
Representatives | Joo Song Kim / President
Contact Person | Ji Ye Kim / Performing Art Group Support
Address | #81-3, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-821, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-399-1125 Fax | +82-(0)2-399-1159
Email | [email protected] Website | www.sejongpac.or.kr
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.18 Signboard | STAFFSEOUL - Stage Technical Consulting
Representatives | Woong Jip Choi Contact Person | Chanmi Jung
Address | #302 UNIVILL, 1487-132 Seocho3-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-869, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-598-7920 Fax | +82-(0)2-598-7921
Email | [email protected] Website | www.staffseoul.com
Contact
Booth Exhibitions
STAFFSEOUL is a staff company where on-stage
professionals in performing arts belong. Production
directors, technical directors, stage directors, sound
directors and sound designers in STAFFSEOUL have
top-notched expertise and stage experiences gained by
producing, acting and operating performing arts works
from various genre. STAFFSEOUL seeks mostly to
stage high qualified works through its creative and
systematic production process and its operation
developed by professionalism of each member.
Interactive communication and stimulative action with
performing arts groups and organizations is the main
objectives of STAFFSEOUL.
세종문화회관
Information
STAFFSEOUL - Stage Technical Consulting
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No. 21 Signboard | The Hanmoe ARAM Complex
Representatives | Hyun-suk Kang Contact Person | Jee Hye Kim / Team Associate
Address | 779-4 Sungsa-dong, Deokyang-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do 412-020, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-960-9633 Fax | +82-(0)2-960-9629
Email | [email protected] Website | www.artgy.or.kr
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정동극장
LIG 아트홀
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Since 1998, LG Insurance have been supporting young
artists. After officially changing CI to LIG,‘A Little Theater
That Dreams’- LIG Art Hall was established to focus on
“Mecenat”activities. LIG Art Hall is planning 4 various
conceptual programmes that combine all kinds of
contemporary performing arts. Featured performances
include: Meet world artist - Pole to Pole Series and
Homepage to Artists - Tribute Series. Birth of the Jazz:
Jazz Battle of the Jazz Bars - J’
S BAR, Reminiscence of
the radio DJ - Radio Station Series. LIG Art Hall, young
artists’space of fulfilling their dreams, will be the place
that the public and performing arts meet casually and
become the center of Gang-Nam’
s culture-belt.
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Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.24 Signboard | LIG Art Hall
Representatives | Ki Young Lee / President Contact Person | Min Jung Kang / Staff
Address | LIG Tower, #649-11, Yeoksam-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-550, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-6900-3906 Fax | +82-(0)2-6900-3901
Email | [email protected] Website | www.ligarthall.com
Scan - The empty
창무예술원
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.23 Signboard | Scan - The empty
Representatives | Sung Han Kim / President Contact Person | Ji Yeon Lee / Manager
Address | B1 Namjun Bldg., 795-21, Bangbae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-060, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-588-6411 Fax | +82-(0)2-588-6412
Email | [email protected] Website | www.2ndnature.co.kr
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The Changmu Dance Company, under the artistic
direction of Mae Ja Kim, was founded in December
1976 for the dual purpose of reconstructing dance
movement representative of the various periods of
Korean history and to create new movements and
formats that reflect the thought and lifestyle of our
contemporary world. This Company has stimulated a
revitalization of creativity in Korean dance, enriching its
resources with new idioms of movement and form and
creative combinations of dance movement with poetry
and painting and based firmly on the solid of all aspects
of such traditional Korean dance as shaman dance,
Buddhist dance, folk dance, and court dance.
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Seminar & Forum
Choreography of KIM Sunghan Second Nature Dance
Company is a way of living and communicating. It is a key
to every mystery that we have gone through in our lives.
Our societal character is unveiled on the stage, reborn as
it reveals its second nature of beauty, ugliness, purity,
seriousness. Refusing to continue with the uniformed
gestures and outdated mind set, alive with full of emotions
and physicality, yet still locating the individuality. The
second nature then surfaces, its delicate aspect hidden
under is finally exhibited. Even when we are still walking,
twisting, squirming, and gazing, the second nature lives
and breathes as it maintains the unique form and touch.
The second nature - the essence and the character
manifested on the stage.
Changmu Arts Center
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.22 Signboard | Chongdong Theater
Representatives | Tae Ji Choi / President
Contact Person | Ji Eun Son / Performance Planning Division
Address | #8-11, Jeong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul 100-120, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-751-1500 Fax | +82-(0)2-751-1588
Email | [email protected]com Website | www.chongdong.com
Contact
Booth Exhibitions
Chongdong Theater, located at the center of Seoul, is
an affiliated organization under the Ministry of Culture
and Tourism. For the past 10 years, the theater has
brought traditional art into the market with its aggressive
marketing and enabled teenagers to experience various
performances and find joy. For its 10th anniversary,
Jeongdong Theatre, established in 2005, launched its
own creative programs such as“Art Frontier”sequence
of performances by young artists,“Date in Jongdong
with Tae-Ji Choi”, a talk show hosting the life of an artist
and his work,‘Band in Bremen’a family musical, and
‘Andersen’s Christmas Story’a family dance theater.
LIG Art Hall
Information
Chongdong Theater
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.25 Signboard | Changmu Arts Center
Representatives | Mae Ja Kim / President Contact Person | Jee Yeon Jang / Planning
Address | 6F Duksan B/D #5-92, Changjeon-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-190, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-337-5961(2) Fax | +82-(0)2-335-0484
Email | [email protected] Website | www.town.cyworld.com/changmu
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서울발레단
정재만 댄스 컴퍼니
Byuksa types of dance gives a general name to a dance
style of Yeong Sook Han, the last dancer in Chosun
(ancient Korea), who is a granddaughter of Han Seong
Jun, the father of central type of dance. Byuksa is also
the pen name of Yeong Sook Han. Jung Je Man, her
disciple, is making assurances doubly sure in order to
develop and succeed the Byuksa type of dance. The
characteristics of Korean traditional dancing is closely
connected with the natural conditions of the district and
customs of the times. Byuksa, central type of dance by
Jung Je Man Dance Company has elegance and high
status as it is graceful and plain at the same time.
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.28 Signboard | Jung Je Man Dance Company
Representatives | Je Man Jung / President Contact Person | Min Jung Woo / Planner
Address | 6F Kyungwon Bldg., 5-29, Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-100, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-516-1540 Fax | +82-(0)2-516-3776
Email | [email protected] Website | www.byuksa.com
Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company
경기도립무용단
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The Little Angels are a children’s folk ballet company,
founded on May 5, 1962. The Little Angels have
crisscrossed the five oceans and six continents of the
world, completing 50 overseas tours. They have
performed in over 50 nations, with more than 5,000
performances and 500 television appearances. The
Little Angels are dedicated and spirited young ladies
aged from seven to fifteen who have been specially
selected.
Other Event
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.27 Signboard | Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company
Representatives | Moon-soo Kim / President
Contact Person | Hyung-dong Cho / Artistic Director, Sue-kyoung Lim / Dance Company Planner
Address | # 1117 Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, Gyeonggi-do 442-835, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)31-2303-290 Fax | +82-(0)31-2303-275
Email | [email protected] Website | www.ggac.or.kr
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Seminar & Forum
Collection of Korean Traditional Dance -Gyeonggi
Provincial Dance Company of Korea Gyeonggi
Provincial Dance Company was first established on July
27, 1993 with the aim of show-casing traditional Korean
dances and Korean unique regional cultures to promote
them overseas. Moreover, Gyeonggi Provincial Dance
Company contributes to fostering national identity and
historical consciousness through dance. It plays a chief
role in helping people living in Gyeonggi Province to
have enough sophistication of culture. As the nation’s
leading dance company, Gyeonggi Provincial Dance
Company consistently strives to represent Korea as one
of its cultural ambassadors.
리틀엔젤스예술단
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.26 Signboard | Seoul Ballet Company
Representatives | Jae Keun Park / President Contact Person | Ha Na Park / Director of Administrator
Address | M-512 #7, Hongji-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-743, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2287-5188 Fax | +82-(0)2-396-5288
Email | [email protected] Website | www.seoulballet.co.kr
Contact
Booth Exhibitions
Since their initial performance at the Seoul National
Theater in 1986, the Seoul Ballet Company has given
ballet performances in more than 20 countries all over
the world including Europe, Asia and America. The
performance are quite diverse, ranging over 35
repertories, from classic to neoclassic and modern ballet.
It is much interested in culture exchanges between
several countries in the world and particularly in mutual
understanding of culture through performances. Public
performances have been scheduled in Kazakstan for
2001, 4 major cities in the U.S including Los Angeles and
Washington DC for 2002 - 2003, Rome, Napoli and
Palermo, Italy for 2004, Estonia tour for 2005 and
Hungary, Istanbul for 2006.
Jung Je Man Dance Company
Information
Seoul Ballet Company
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Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.29 Signboard | THE LITTLE ANGELS
Representatives | Se Won Yoon / President Contact Person | Young-K Park / Director
Address | #25, Neung-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul 143-847, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2204-1059 Fax | +82-(0)2-456-6307
Email | [email protected] Website | www.littleangels.or.kr
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유니버설발레단
안애순무용단
Founded by Ae-Soon Ahn, a choreographer in 1983 and
based in Seoul, A-soon Dance Company has been gaining a
lot of attentions from the critics worldwide with its unique mix
of various Korean traditional cultures and modern dance.
One of their distinctive features should be their sincere spirits
to search for new trends and dare to experiment on them and
communication with both traditional and modern culture It
has also been performing world-widely and acclaimed many
prizes such as the Best Dancer Prize for“Emptiness”and
the Grand Prize for“The 11th Shadow”in Recontres
Choreographiques Interantionales De Bagnolet in 1994 and
1998. Also“Encounter”
,“Empty Space”
,“Epitaph”
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GUTPlay”,“On Time”, to name a few, are created by A-soon
Dance Company.
Booth Exhibitions
Based in Seoul with dancers and staff from more than a
dozen countries throughout Europe, the US and Asia,
Universal Ballet embodies the blending of the grace and
harmony of Asian thought and culture with the strength
and beauty of classical Western ballet. Dedicated to
preserving the rich traditions in contemporary
choreography, the company continues to be the leading
force of ballet in Korea. Since its founding in 1984, the
company, now led by General Director Julia Moon and
Artistic Director Oleg Vinogradov, of the famed Kirov
ballet for 23 years, has steadily gained fame and
recognition.
A-soon Dance Company
Information
Universal Ballet
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 4pm~4:30pm | Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
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Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.32 Signboard | A-soon Dance Company
Representatives | Ae-soon Ahn Contact Person | Dong Hoon Shin / Manager, Space UE
Address | B1 Fl., Elite Bldg,. 1605-4, Seocho 1(il)-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-877, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3141-1770 Fax | +82-(0)2-3141-6642
Email | [email protected] Website | www.a-soon.com
(사)서울발레시어터
트러스트 무용단
Seminar & Forum
Seoul Ballet Theatre was established in 1995 with an
enthusiasm and passion to create a new field in rigid
Korean ballet. During the past decade, the Seoul Ballet
Theatre has performed in and out of the country with
their own unique contents. The resident Choreographer,
James Jeon has exported his pieces to Nevada Ballet
Theatre and has been a visiting choreographer of NBT
since 2004. The Seoul Ballet Theatre caters for families
and young children with performances such as‘Alice in
Wonderland’and‘The Nutcracker’, while‘Blue’and
‘Four Seasons’are more suitable for youth and adults.
Trust Dance Company
Other Event
Since established in May 1995, Trust Dance Company
have performed in various local cities, especially the
ones with poor standard of anything cultural and artistic.
In 1999, the company has won the 2nd Best Prize from
Saitama International Creative Dance Concours for its
work of ‘What we want is...’ along with many great
feedbacks from both fans and critics. Also, ‘Born Again’
has won the Grand-Prix for the dance of the year from
the Arts Council Korea as well as the Choreographer of
The Year from the Korean Organization of Dance
Choreographers in 2004. The company have been
working on to pioneer the new Korean style modern
dances and created a lot of experimental ones including
‘The Silk Road, Re-opened by Dance’ project.
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 2pm~2:30pm | Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
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Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.31 Signboard | Seoul Ballet Theatre
Representatives | In Hee Kim / President Contact Person | Si Jung No / Planning Manager
Address | 2F,.Gwacheon Citizen’s Hall, 6-2, Jungang-dong, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do 427-805, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3442-2637 Fax | +82-(0)2-525-9497
Email | [email protected] Website | www.ballet.or.kr
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PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.30 Signboard | Universal Ballet
Representatives | Julia H. Moon / President
Contact Person | So Young Lim / RR & Promotion Director
Address | #25, Neung-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul 143-847, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2204-1043 Fax | +82-(0)2-2458-1791
Email | [email protected] Website | www.universalballet.com
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Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.33 Signboard | Trust Dance Company
Representatives | Yun Gyu Kim Contact Person | Hyeong Hee Kim / Art Director
Address | Eunhhye Bldg., 1665-1, Bongchoen 6(yuk)-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-849 , Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-879-0613 Fax | +82-(0)2-3474-2892
Email | [email protected] Website | www.dance.ne.kr
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댄스씨어터 온
Hong Dance Company
홍댄스 컴퍼니
With its first solo debut in 2004 and originally founded in
2000, Hong Dance Company aims to point out those
various episodes in modern society and spread its
strong social messages in great humors. Especially
Hae-Jeon Hong, a director of this dance company has
got a strong point that all the members of the company
should not only be performing together but also, more
importantly, bring out the best of each dancer’s natural
movements, which can be gained only after getting used
to each other through shared moments,?common
interests and understanding of dance. Based on this
philosophy of dance and surely, the best one, Hong
dance company never fails to bring out the natural
laughter to give us a more easy access to the dance.
Booth Exhibitions
“Dance Theatre ON shows what we need to create the
real dance group. Every single movement of them is
highly unique and exquisite”(Lyon Figaro, France,
2000) said Guy Darmet, art director from Lyon Biennale.
Darmet became fascinated with Dance Theatre ON and
decided to provide financial supports to a foreign group
for the very first time in Lyon Biennale’s history. Since
its establishment in 1993, Dance Theatre ON has been
performing widely in many recognized local and
international dance festivals Also, having been selected
as one of the supporting groups by Korean Department
of Foreign Affairs, the company has contributed
significantly to world-wise the Korean modern dance
world.
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 4:30pm~5pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 4:30pm~5pm | Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.36 Signboard | Hong Dance Company
Representatives | Hye Jeon Hong Contact Person | Seo Ryoung Kim / EO Creative
Address | EO Creative #2416 Daewoo Metro The-Oville, 52-1, Shingongdeok-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-852, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-704 6420 Fax | +82-(0)2-704 6444
Email | [email protected]
Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
이경옥 무용단
Full-Iength Performance | Oct. 11 Wed. 8pm | LIG Art Hall
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Other Event
Created in 2005, Plastic Zoo is a project group that is
formed with 4 individual talents, a director, a music
composer, and two dancers. Since its debut of dance
drama‘Alice in Wonderland’in 2005, it is now
expecting 3 new projects in 2006. The credo of the
group is“we’re trying to break ourselves free through
independent stage performances. We deny the future
within links of the past, the present and the future. We
move forward from the past and put all of strength of our
body and soul in the present. Accordingly, our present
persists not to stay at just one point, but exists through
the form of the past. The future is only a sugar-coated
abstract term to us. We move Forward.”
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 5:30pm~6pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.35 Signboard | Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
Representatives | Kyung Ok Lee Contact Person | Sae-Ryun Kim
Address | Rm.202, 2F. Samkyung Bldg., Pil-dong 3-ga, 62-11, Jung-gu, Seoul 100-273, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2263-4680 Fax | +82-(0)2-2276-1959
Email | [email protected]
Plastic Zoo Project
Seminar & Forum
Lee Kyong-Ok Dance Company genuinely demonstrates
Korean culture while interpreting traditional nurse stories
into dance movements, often motivated by its critical
views on the modern society. The company brought its
first production a big sensation. Due to its great
success, the company was selected by Korean Culture
and Arts Foundation (100% agreement) to receive
financial supports to bring it back to the Jayu Theatre of
Seoul Arts Center in June 2003. The company has won
prizes including the Best Performer of the year in Seoul
Dance Festival 2005 and the Arts of the Year 2005 from
the Arts Council Korea for its The 3rd Dance Nursery
Story for Adults: ‘Chun-Hyang - Play Love’
플라스틱 주
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.34 Signboard | Dance Theatre ON
Representatives | Sung Yop Hong Contact Person | Da Hae Kang / Administrator
Address | B1 Fl., Step Bldg., 115-12, Junggkok 4-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul 143-224, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3436-9048 Fax | +82-(0)2-3436-9018
Email | [email protected] Website | www.dancetheatreon.com
Contact
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Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.37 Signboard | Plastic Zoo Project
Representatives | Chong Gak Park, Jung Min Joo Contact Person | Jung Min Joo
Address | #1415-1302 Daewon Apt. Yeonhwa-Maeul, Jung 2-dong, Wonmi-gu,
Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do 420-761, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)11-9861-1772 Email | [email protected]
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김윤진 댄스 컴퍼니
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group
Following his previous studies in film, Korean born
Sungsoo Ahn received his BFA in dance from the
Juilliard School in 1992. In 1991, Ahn established his
own dance company called Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group
which has performed at the Joyce Theater, American
Dance Festival and Lincoln Center Outdoor Festival. He
was also nominated for the Benois De La Danse Award
2005 as the choreographer with his work‘Bolero’. Most
recently, which was performed ‘Bolero’ in the award gala
at the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow in April 2006.
Full-Iength Performance | Oct. 13 Fri. 8pm, 14 Sat. 6pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
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Established in 2005, Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
recognizes the subjects and spirits of Korean dances
but at the same time, consistently explores and
dismantles them to find new possibilities for modern
Korean performances. Kim has actively attempted
intrusion of genres and has extended the contemporary
boundaries of Korean dances. ‘Desire’, ‘which was
invited to Seoul International Performing Arts Festival
2005, overcomes Korea’s traditionally-created dances.
Choreographer Yoon Jin Kim will present her new piece,
‘The Old Song Book’, which expresses the essence of
life through love and the heartbreaks of a family.
안성수 픽업그룹
Full-Iength Performance | Oct. 12 Thur. 13 Fri. 8pm | HOAM Art Hall
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.40 Signboard | Sung Soo Ahn Pick-up Group
Representatives | Sung Soo Ahn Contact Person | Sang Myeong Chun / MCT (Management Co.)
Address | Rm. 211 Korean National University of Arts, 1753, Seocho-dong, Seocho-ku, Seoul 137-070, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2263-4680 Fax | +82-(0)2-2276-1959
Email | [email protected]
Won Kim/Group Collaboration OR
김원/Group Collaboration OR
류석훈의 댄스컴퍼니 더 바디
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 3:30pm~4pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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Other Event
Dance Company THE BODY, a joint collaboration between
modern dance artists, Yun Kyung Lee and Seok Hun Ryu.
With endless vitality and solid workmanship, General
Director Seok Hun Ryu finds his ideas from everyday life,
and integrates them into dance movements. His use of
theatrical techniques, various objects and sound effects
boosts understanding of his works. Artistic Director, Yun
Kyung Lee, famous for numerous on-stage experiences,
flexibility and technique, recreates and instills energy into
the performance. With their zeal and ideas, this dance
company is a unique organization where people from
various fields as dance, theater & art converge to form
works that communicate with the public.
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 3pm~3:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.39 Signboard | Won Kim/Group Collaboration OR
Representatives | Won Kim Contact Person | Seo Yoon Cho/coordinator
Address | Dance Dept., College of Arts, Chonbuk National University, 664-14,
Deokjin-dong 1-ga, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do 561-756, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)63-270-3749 Fax | +82-(0)63-270-3708 Email | [email protected]
Seminar & Forum
Won Kim Dance Company was founded in 1986 by
artistic director Won Kim, renamed Won Kim/Group
Collaboration OR in 1992. The company freely implement
the abilities and ideas which are influenced by the
spiritual ways of Buddhism. They strive to present a new
phase of art-performance as complex-media, i.e. mixing
dance and music with computer-technology. The group
has developed this multi-arts interpretation and have
commissioned experimental performances with a
deeper understanding of dance. The group also
continues to search for cooperation with various parts of
arts and enjoys sharing its ideas to broaden horizons by
communicating with artists from all over the world.
Dance Company THE BODY
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.38 Signboard | Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
Representatives | Yoon Jin Kim Contact Person | Yoou-Suk Hwang / Planner, Act2b
Address | #109-1105, Porun Apt., 719 Ilwon-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul 135-230, Korea
Tel | +82-2-6406-3306 Fax | +82-(0)2-588-7572
Email | [email protected] / [email protected]
Contact
Information
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.41 Signboard | Dance Company THE BODY
Representatives | Sung Soo Ahn Contact Person | Dae-gun Nam / P.R & Tour Manager, President of On-stage
Address | 6th F1, Sangwon Bldg., 1565-23, Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-847, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-588-6411 Fax | +82-(0)2-588-6412
Email | [email protected] Website | www.the-body.co.kr
Booth Exhibions
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UBIN Dance
UBIN Dance
Yong-In Lee, Director of UBIN Dance, was trained at the
prestigious Ewha University in Seoul. The companies which
she has worked with, include the Ballett der Landes theater
Linz in Austria and the Saarlandisches Staatstheater Ballet
in Saarbrucken, Germany. She has also worked with
renowned choreographers such as Rui Horta, Marguerite
Donlon, Jacopo Godani and Martino Mueller. She has
enjoyed tremendous success as a choreographer, winning
several prestigious competitions and grants such as the
International Solo Tanz Festival in Stuttgart, Germany, and
the Rising Artist Fund in her native Korea. She has been
invited to dance and choreograph at many international
dance festivals and has received high praise and acclaim in
the press for her works.
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 6pm~6:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.42 Signboard | UBIN Dance
Representatives | Yong-In Lee / Director Contact Person | Yong-In Lee
Address | #109-906, Samsung Apartments, Changjeon-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-778, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)10-7566-6689
Email | [email protected]
Lee K. Dance
Lee K. Dance
Kyung-Eun Lee is called a‘spunky rebel in the dance
circle’or‘representative for the oncoming generation of
Korean contemporary dance’. Her dance world is
characterized by explosive energy, purity of emotions,
and provocative stage manner praised by both critics
and audiences for its popularity and artistry. Whenever
Lee creates a dance, she always finds her inspiration
from everyday life. Then, she further develops her topic
with a deep research and her imagination. Passing
through this process, her individual and usual themes
are based on social issues while she makes
spontaneous movements on the stage. Lee stated her
peculiar choreographic direction as“thinking body and
expressing mind”.
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 3:30pm~4pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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Contact
Booth Number | 2nd Gallery No.43 Signboard | Lee K. Dance
Representatives | Kyung Eun Lee Contact Person | Sang Myeong Chun / MCT Management Co.
Address | Rm.202, 2nd FL.,. Sam Kyung Blod., 62-11 Pil-dong 3(sam)-ga, Jung-ku, Seoul 100-273, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2263-4680 Fax | +82-(0)2-2276-1959
Email | [email protected]
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Performing Arts Market in Seoul 2006
Arko Arts Theater
SSTheater
LIG Art Hall
HOAM Art Hall
Marronnier Park
PAMS Chocie &
Overseas Showcases
3 Showcases of The Old Song Book, Cube and Lost Children are needed to make a ticket reservation and pay but
discounts are available with your PAMS Pass.
The Old Song Book
Cube & Lost Children
KRW 5,000 Off
10% Off
Seat Availability Info & Ticket Reservation Tel. +82-2-6406-3306
Seat Availability info & Ticket Reservation Tel. +82-2-3215-1185
Or buy tickets with your credit card at www.sidance.org
(Click Enlish on the top)
Information
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Beautiful Soul Mate
Street Theatre Troupe
October 11 Wednesday
Born Again
Circle-After the other
Ah Q
Woyzeck
Karma
Beautiful Soul Mate
Genre | Theater / Music Theater
Touring Company | Performers 20 Staff 10
Running time | 110min
Size of Stage | W16m×D16m×H8m
Required Facilities | Turn table stage,
Sound’s equipment
Staff | Writer Youn Taek Lee
Director Mi Jeong Nam
Dance Director Yong Pu Ha
Stage Kyoung Park
Lighting In Gon Cho
Composer·Director of Music Sung
Hwan Park
Costume Mi Sook Kim
Mask·Make-up Jung A Moon
Waiting Roon II
The Tale of Haruk
Janghwa Hongryun
Trace
Cube
October 12 Thursday
SSTheater
15:30-16:00
16:30-17:00
17:30-18:00
18:30-19:00
HOAM Art Hall
20:00
Shadows
The Two - Between
Hybrid
Tokyo Mixed Style
The Forest
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
Noridan
Na’rimbo (Mexico)
Echo
Remembrance of Future
Wit & Beat
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group
Lost Children
October 13 Friday
Korean World Music Group O-Gam-Do
Baeksukwangbu
Nottle Theatre Company
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
20:00
HOAM Art Hall
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group
20:00
The Beginning of the Passion
Green Bench
The Return (PT)
The Old Song Book
Lost Children
Beautiful Soul Mate
Beautiful Soul Mate is an experimental theater that explores Korean history and rituals in
terms of subjects and forms through contemporary theater. Playwright Youn-Taek Lee
reflects his own views to the contemporary world through the historical and epic dramas.
Where figures in the ancient Korean state Goryeo, seek self-consciousness against an
absurd world and devote their life pursuing the true nature of knowledge. In terms of form,
this play contains the traditional singing and dancing along with of melodies, prayers, folk
songs and acting with masks, puppetry, martial arts and exorcism. Director Mi Jeong
Nam’s intention of using natural sounds, languages and bodies is achieved effortlessly in
the performance.
Seminar & Forum
SSTheater
15:00-15:30
16:30-17:30
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Arko Arts Theater|Small Theater
Won Kim / Group Collaboration OR
15:00-16:00
Lee. K Dance
Hong Dance Company
16:30-17:30
Hamutsun Serve & Hitoride Dekirumon (Japan)
Booth Exhibitions
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
Opening Showcase Trust Dance Company
14:00-14:30
A-soon Dance Company
16:00-17:00
Dance Theatre ON
Sadari Movement Laboratory
17:30-18:30
Yohangza Theatre Company
Street Theatre Troupe
19:00-19:30
Arko Arts Theater|Small Theater
Dance Company The Body
15:30-16:00
Performance Group TUIDA
16:30-17:00
Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
17:30-18:30
UBIN Dance
LIG Art Hall
Plastic Zoo Project
20:00
Street Theatre Troupe
Based in Busan, the Street Theatre Troupe was founded in 1986 by one of the most
renowned playwright and director in Korea, Youn-Taek Lee. The company’s mission is to
develop an openness of dramatic art forms and has achieved its own theatrical style
through the use of dramatic language, acrobatic movements, geometrical direction of
space, and traditional Korean ceremonial themes.
October 14 Saturday
SSTheater
15:00-16:00
Kok Du
Clay Play for Children (PT)
Gamoonjang
Lady Macbeth (PT)
Handcart, Overturned
Review
The possibility of how ideal introspection can be transformed into traditional beauty is the
feeling the audience received through Beautiful Soul Mate written by Youn-Taek Lee and
directed by Mi Jeong Nam. (The Korean Theatre Journal, 2006 Spring)
The Old Song Book
Total Theater Alice
Contact
Representative | Mi Jeong Nam
Contact Person | Sung Taek Oh
Address | Miryang Theatre Village, 78, Gasan-ri, Bubukmyeon, Miryang-si, Gyeongsangnam-do 627-851, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)55-355-2308
Fax | +82-(0)55-355-4176
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.stt1986.com
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 7pm~7:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
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Other Event
Creative Group NONI
Domino Look
BST Company
16:30-18:00
Theatre Moollee
Corporal Theatre Momggol
Arko Arts Theater|Large Theater
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
18:00
Marronnier Park
Sungmin Hong
20:00
Green Bench
BST Company
Baeksukwangbu
Founded in 2002 by graduates of the Children and Youth Theater Program at The Korean
National University of Arts, BST Company has experimented with various Korean legends
and traditional games to create dramas for theatre performances believing that children
will be able to learn the joys of life by experiencing creative dramas and plays. The
company is also pursuing a new play culture in which the whole family can participate with
enthusiasm.
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Baeksukwangbu
Contact
Founded in 1996 by director Seoung-Yeol Lee with young actors and actresses,
Baeksukwanbu is one of the leading experimental theater groups in Korea. The company
has created deconstructive plays through improvising body movements of the actors and
has worked on the reconstruction of modern theater jargon. The company has gained
fame throughout Korean theater circles by basing its methods on accurate realism and
acute de-constructivism.
Representative | In Woo Nam
Contact Person | In Woo Nam
Address | #332-677, Seokgwan-dong,
Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-150, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-969-3997
Fax | +82-(0)2-969-3998
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.playbst.com
Contact
Representative | Seong Yeol Lee
Contact Person | Sung Jin Yu
Address | B1 Fl.,231-170, Norangjin 1(il)dong, Dongjak-gu, Seoul 156-051, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-813-1674
Fax | +82-(0)2-813-1674
Email | [email protected]
Showcase | Oct. 13 Fri. 4:30pm~5pm | SSTheater
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Showcase | Oct. 14 Sat. 4:30pm~5pm | SSTheater
Seminar & Forum
The play Green Bench is based on the original drama written by Korean-Japanese
playwright and novelist Mi-Ri Yu. Green Bench gained acclaim in 2005 by being awarded
with five prizes in the Seoul Theater Festival in the categories of Excellent Drama,
Directing, Acting, Stage Design and New Face. The successful premier of the play in 2005
has encouraged the company Baeksukwangbu to demonstrate the uniqueness of the
piece in domestic and international stages. Green Bench is a story revolving around the
daily lives of an autistic family and leads to a murder that reflects to the breakdown of the
family. The scenes of the play are filled with realistic and surreal moods as well as
asserting emphatically the realness of the family. Most of all, the scene where they play
tennis is particularly dynamic and elegant. The settings also help to harmonize the realistic
and symbolic elements of the play. Yu’s psychological and poetic jargon was analyzed
and recreated by the actors of Baeksukwangbu into language which is more common in
daily life.
BST Company
It seems simple and plain but full of energy and life force. Also making actors, dancers,
singers and musicians use their full bodies looks more than perfect.
(The Korean Theatre Journal)
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Green Bench
Gamoonjang is based on a story about the Goddess of Wisdom and Courage who
embarks on an adventure to find her identity. While presenting authentic Korean cultural
aspects, including properties of the antique style, folk songs and the festivities of Jeju
Island, the performance fully materializes Korean aesthetics with traditional musicians of
The National Center for Traditional Korean Performing Arts. This performance was also
optimized for families and children by professionals with academic backgrounds in the
Children and Youth Theater Program at The Korean National University of Arts. BST was
invited to perform Gamoonjang at the Okinawa International Festival for Young Audience
of 2005 in Japan and the International Children and Youth Theater Festival (Shone
Aussicht) of 2006 in Germany.
Review
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Theater / Adapted Theater
Touring Company | Performers 4 Staff 6
Running time | 95min
Size of Stage | W106m×D96m×H5m
Required Facilities | Turn table stage,
Sound’s equipment
Staff | Writer Mi Ri Yu
Director Seong Yeol Lee
Set Ho Seoung Son
Lighting Dong Woon Kim
Assistance of Director Joo Youn Ryu
Genre | Theater / Children and Youth Theater
Touring Company | Performers 4 Staff 3
Running time | 60min
Size of Stage | W8m×D8m×H6m
Required Facilities | Mic 1EA, Low stand 1EA
Staff | Writing Soon Duk Ko
Director In Woo Nam
Puppet·Prop Hyun ji Lee
Stage Joung Hwa Kang
Gamoonjang
Information
Gamoonjang
Lady Macbeth
Yohangza Theatre Company
Theatre Moollee
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Theater / Object Theater
Touring Company | Performers 8 Staff 7
Running time | 80min
Size of Stage | W12m×D12m×H5m
Required Facilities | Variable according to
the format, structure
and size of theater
Staff | Recreator·Director Tae Sook Han
Stage Designer Tae Sup Lee
Music·Sound Il Won, Gong-Myung
Objets Young Ran Lee
Genre | Theater / Non-verbal Theater
Touring Company | Performers 12 Staff 7
Running time | 80min
Size of Stage | W10m×D9m×H10m
Required Facilities | Turn table stage,
Sound’s equipment
Staff | Writer·Director Jung Ung Yang
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Karma
Information
Karma
Lady Macbeth
“The final destination of murder... Where does this nightmare lead?” Lady Macbeth has a
special charm as a movement theater, tightening the dramatic tension and knotting the
characters’ psychology through delicate yet energetic movements of the actors. This work
is filled with a uniquely expressive style that uses objects to symbolize death and
purification. The fusion of a live percussion performance, which are the roots of Korean
music, serves to function as another characteristic in this piece, one that dramatizes the
aural world of the play so powerfully that the audience is able to feel the drama even with
their eyes closed.
Seminar & Forum
Karma represents the rites of passage in the circle of life that human beings go through:
birth, growth, marriage, and death. Rather than focusing on spoken words, Karma
expresses itself through gestures, movements and facial expressions in a very
experimental yet convincing manner. The highlight of the performance is simply observing
the physical expressions and energies of the highly trained actors. Performed by the
Theatre Company Yohangza, this piece was awarded the Grand Prix (Best Production
Award) in the 15th Cairo International Festival of Experimental Theatre (CIFEX) in 2003.
Its premiere performance in the 3rd Physical Theater Festival in Japan, in November
2001, was also highly acclaimed by international audiences and critics.
Theatre Moollee
Yohangza Theatre company
Organized by playwright and director Tae-Sook Han, Theatre Moollee is an experimental
theater company that has been striving to define and materialize the principles and
phenomena of all things in the universe. Since its foundation, the company has created
controversial yet inventive theater pieces that have drawn much attention within
contemporary theater circles. Lady Macbeth was officially invited to the Kontakt Festival in
2002.
Yohangza Theatre Company was established in 1997 by, director and writer Jung Ung
Yang. With his signature piece A Midsummer Night’s Dream being selected for the PAMS
Choice performance of 2005 and being invited to the Barbican Centre in London in 2006,
the company has placed an importance on the actors’ understanding of their bodies,
creativity, musical abilities and communication methods with audiences while at the same
time finding common ground between oriental and western theatrical styles.
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Contact
Representative | Tae Sook Han
Contact Person | Soo Hee Kim / Assistant
Director & Stage Manager
Address | #1-809, 896, SamIk APT, Dogokdong Kangnam-gu, Seoul 135-270, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)11-9080-9159
Email | [email protected]
PT | Oct. 14 Sat. 5pm~5:30pm | SSTheater
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Other Event
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 6pm~6:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
Contact
Representative | Jung Ung Yang
Contact Person | Ji Sun Park / AsiaNow Producer
Address | #203, 33-95, Myoungryun-dong
Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-521, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3673-1390
Fax | +82-(0)2-3673-1392
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.yohangza.com
The Tale of Haruk
Nottle Theatre Company
Performance Group TUIDA
Nottle Theatre Company was founded in 1993 with the mission of discovering new forms
of communication in universal languages such as voice, contemporary dance, mime, and
percussive sounds. In each of its pieces, spiritual insights of life and unique imagination
are illustrated through vibrant movements and uses of space. The company’s main goal is
to use simple and accessible themes so that the public will easily understand and connect
with the performance.
Performance Group TUIDA
Founded in 2001, Performance Group TUIDA is known for its communal ways of
managing the company, including production and distribution, based on the common
consent of company members. Its repertoire includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a
Box, A tale of the Haruk, A Sweet Story in a Big Book, Ttochaebi Norumnolee, Hamlet
Cantabile and Shadow Shadow.
Review
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Contact
Representative | Young Oh Won
Contact Person | Kyung Suk Baek / Producer
Address | 389, Hooyong-ri, Munmack-eup,
Wonju, Kangwon-do, Korea, 220-804
Tel | +82-(0)33-732-0827
Fax | +82-(0)33-732-2773
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.nottle.co.kr
Review
Well-refined form, creative ideas, and an extremely original plot have produced a very
unique and touching play. The audiences jaw will be agape at the sight of the cloth
inflating to fill the stage when Haruk devours everything around him. (Hankook Ilbo).
Contact
Representative | Hye Ran Hwang
Contact Person | Hyun Ju Shim
Address | #605 Woojung Plaza, 760-3, Singokdong, Uijeongbu-si, Gyeonggi-do 480-070, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)31-853-4881
Fax | +82-(0)31-853-4886
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.tuida.com
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 4:30pm~5pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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Seminar & Forum
The Tale of Haruk is inspired by the question of whether the world is actually outside the
world or inside the world. The answer is simple in the performance. The world can be both
inside and outside the world, and even everything in the world has its own world inside it.
To convey this philosophical idea, this play leads the audience to imaginative stages that
stimulate their tension. Intimate communications with the audience also facilitate
understandings of entangled storytelling about languages, taboos, myths, and other social
and cultural values. Traditional Korean puppets made of paper, unique native masks from
local areas in Hahoe and Bukcheong, and various percussion instruments made by
recycled items are also impressive and enjoyable must-sees in the play. A Tale of the
Haruk won the Best Production at Seoul Children’s Theatre Awards of 2004 and was
invited to perform at the BeSeTo Theater Festival of 2005 in China and the ASSITEJ
Tokyo of 2003 in Japan.
Nottle Theatre
PT | Oct. 13 Fri. 5pm~5:30pm | SSTheater
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The Tale of Haruk
The Return is based on German playwright Bertolt Brecht’s epic Legend of the Dead
Soldier. The performance focuses on how to live a happy life in modern society where
wars are ceaselessly waged while at the same time questioning the concepts of life and
war. Also, it evokes the universal sympathy of human life using various theatrical
languages on stage such as physical theater, mime and music from the accordion. The
Return was invited to the Theatre Iwato in Japan 2005. They have also been invited to
perform at the Ionesco Biennial of 2006 in Moldova, the Sibiu International Theatre
Festival of 2006 in Romania, and the Flipside 2006 of the Esplanade in Singapore.
Inspired by Brecht’s Legend of the Dead Soldier, they give the poem a rich re-working
largely as physical theatre. Some Korean is spoken, with a little English to signpost the
way. This impressive cast mixes ghastly scenes with vivid moments of humor and a snail’s
pace movement with frenzied dance. (Tim Lioyd, The Advertiser, Feb. 2004)
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Theater / Children’s Theater
Touring Company | Performers 6 Staff 5
Running time | 70min
Size of Stage | W10m×D10m×H6m
Required Facilities | Turn table stage,
Sound’s equipment
Staff | Write·Director Yo Sup Bae
Stage Designer Kyung Hee Kim
Costume Designer Jin Hee Lree
Puppet Designer Kyung Hee Kim
Genre | Theater / Physical Theater
Touring Company | Performers 8 Staff 3
Running time | 60 min
Size of Stage | W10m×D10m
Required Facilities | Dance floor
Staff | Writer·Director Young Oh Won
The Return
Information
The Return
Ah Q
Sadari Movement Laboratory
Dance Theatre ON
Genre | Theater / Physical Image Theater
Touring Company | Performers 11 Staff 5
Running time | 80min
Size of Stage | W10m×D10m×H6m
Required Facilities | Dance floor, CDP 2,
Microphone 1, Monitor
speaker,
Staff | Director Do Wan Im
Assistant Director Chang Seok Ko
Stage Manager Jong Ho Lee
Sound Designer Yo Chan Kim
(Original Music by Astor Piazzolla)
Lighting Designer Youn Wha Kong
Scenic Designer Jae Yun Cho
Costume Designer Hae Ju Kim
Makeup Designer Song Hwa Chae
Photographer Eun Sun Choi
Managing Director Jin Hee Yun
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 14 Staff 8
Running time | 75min
Size of Stage | W11m×D10m×H7m
Required Facilities | Legs(black)
Dance floor(gray)
Head curtains(black)
CD player
Staff | Choreographer·Artistic Director
Sung Yop Hong
Music Composer Tae Kuen Kim
Set Designer Jin Seon Eom
Light Designer Seong Hwan Shin
Booth Exhibitions
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Woyzeck
Information
Woyzeck
Ah Q
Woyzeck, by Sadari Movement Laboratory, is an experimental piece based on the
dynamic movements of actors and the innovative use of space and rhythm caused by the
extreme characters and their intense conflicts. The simple and innovative use of objects
and the actors’ deft and dynamic ensemble movements had Woyzeck win acclaim not only
in domestic stages but also abroad. In 2005 it was invited to perform in The Theatre
Mummenschanz and The Theatre Rigiblick in Switzerland and the Tottori Performing Arts
Festival in Japan. There are plans to start an Australian tour in 2006.
Sadari Movement Laboratory
Seminar & Forum
Ah Q is inspired by the Chinese novel Ah Q Zheng Zhuan (The True Story of Ah Q) written
by Chinese novelist Luxun (1881-1936). The main theme of the novel revolves around the
ignorance of human beings and the lightness of existence. In order to articulate the theme
of ignorance, choreographer Sung-Yup Hong experiments with dance forms. He employs
images that combine those of flowers, swords and triangular hoods. Hong’s unique ideas
concerning the theme are also expressed with the dancers’ sophisticated movements and
pleasant atmosphere. Ah Q is the newest dancing performance in 2006 and is jointly
produced with the LG Arts Center of Korea.
Dance Theatre ON
Sadari Movement Laboratory has won acclaim with its new and innovative experiments in
contemporary Korean theater. In particular, the company has presented symbolic figures
onstage and has created imaginary spaces through objects and the movements of actors.
The company’s persistent and systematic training and daring experimentations correspond
significantly to the urgent need of a new theater and the search of a new universal
language that is suitable to contemporary stage.
Since its establishment in 1993, Dance Theatre ON (Choreographer: Sung-Yup Hong) has
been performing actively in recognized dance festivals including the Seoul International
Dance Festival. Its performance in Lyon Biennale de la Danse 2000 in France received
rave reviews from both the public and the local media. The company has since toured in
Denmark (2003), Finland (2003), Canada (2005), Germany (2005) and is planning to have
a performance in Spain and Portugal in 2006.
Tour Schedule
2006 Oct Canada
2007 Feb Australia Sydney Opera House
Tour Schedule
2007 Jun LG Art Center, Seoul Korea
Representative | Do Wan Im
Contact Person | Ji Sun Park / AsiaNow Producer
Address | 16-148, Jeongneung-1dong,
Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-841, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-912-3094
Fax | +82-(0)2-912-3094
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.sadarimovementlab.org
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 5:30pm~6pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
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Contact
Representative | Sung Yop Hong
Contact Person | Da Hae Kang / Administrator
Address | Step B/D, B1 Fl., 115-12, Jungkok
4-dong, Kwangjin-gu, Seoul 143-224, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-3436-9048
Fax | +82-(0)2-3436-9018
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.dancetheatreon.com
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 4:30pm~5pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
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Contact
Circle-After the Other
Trust Dance Company
A-soon Dance Company
As one of the most successful productions of Choreographer Ae-soon Ahn, Circle-After
the Other is inspired by the concept of the circle. Choreography begins with the idea of
water to imply a mind in peace, a cognitive aspect of the Korean spirit. This is followed by
staging contrasting and disorderly images of modern Korea, and this different direction
leads to the display of body movements that depict the degenerated modern Korean
society.
Established in 1995, the Trust Dance Company has been actively performing all across
Europe and Asia, communicating its unique and creative style with the audience. In 1999,
the company was awarded the 2nd Best Prize from the Saitama International Creative
Dance Contest for the piece What we want to is… winning over audiences and critics
alike. The company continues to create and experiment with new pieces that include The
Silk Road, Opened Again Through Dance.
A-soon Dance Company
Founded by Choreographer Ae-soon Ahn in 1983, A-soon Dance Company has produced
many pieces that include The 11th Shadow, Circle-after the Other and Just amongst
others. The company has been receiving the attention of critics for its unique style, using
various themes and meanings from traditional Korean culture and adopting them into the
form of contemporary dance.
Contact
Contact
Representative | Yun Gyu Kim
Contact Person | Hyeong Hee Kim / Art Director
Address | Eunhhye B/D, 1665-1, Bongchun
6-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-849 , Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-879-0613
Fax | +82-(0)2-3474-2892
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.dance.ne.kr
Representative | Ae-soon Ahn
Contact Person | Dong Hoon Shin / Space UE
Address | B1 Elite Bldg., 1605-4, Seocho
1-dong, seocho-gu, Seoul 137-877, Korea
Tel | 82-(0)2-3141-1770
Fax | 82-(0)2-3141-6642
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.a-soon.com
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 4pm~4:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
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Through this performance, choreographer Ahn raises the question concerning which
direction Korean contemporary dance is, and should be, heading as she exhibits her talent
and ability to illuminate Korean contemporary dance. Her continuous accomplishments
had results in many invitations, especially regarding Circle-after the Other, that include the
Asia-Pacific Week in Berlin (2005), the Singapore Arts Festival (2004) and the Cervantino
International Festival (2004).
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Circle-After the Other
Born Again explores the meaning of human reincarnation based on Eastern philosophies.
The visualization of Asian spirit and thought is also the principle behind the dance style,
stage design and sound. Choreographer and dancer Yun Gyu Kim has sought new
methods of dance while traveling through Mongolia, Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan. Kim is
also trained in such disciplines as Mask Dance, Tai Chi and Yoga, all of which has helped
to embody the Asian style of Born Again. Much acclaim and awards have been brought to
the Trust Dance Company particularly in 2004, when the company was awarded with the
Grand Prix for Dance of The Year from the Arts Council Korea and Choreographer Of The
Year from the Korean Organization of Dance Choreographers.
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 2pm~2:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 11 Staff 6
Running time | 40min
Size of Stage | W12m×D7m×H12m
Required Facilities | Linoleum for floor
Moving light 7ea
Profile 20ea
CD player
Staff | Choreograph Ae Soon Ahn
Stage Design Jong Suk Kim
Lighting Design In yeon Lee
Music Hong Gip Kim
Costume Design Sun Ok Lim
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 6 Staff 4
Running time | 35min
Size of Stage | W17m×D17m×H8m
Required Facilities | Turn table stage,
Sound’s equipment
Staff | Script·Choreograph Yun Gyu
KimArts Director Hyeong Hee Kim
Born Again
Information
Born Again
Hybrid
Plastic Zoo Project
Hong Dance Company
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 5 Staff 5
Running time | 28min
Size of Stage | W16m×D16m×H8m
Required Facilities | Trigonal-shaped
pole(170cm)
Cube box(30cm)
Table
(45cm*45cm*120cm)
Beam projector*2
Staff | Choreograph Jung Min Joo
Script·Director Chong Gak
Music So Yeon Park
Stage Young Gue Ham
Media art U-Joo, Hee Ypung Im
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 10 Staff 4
Running time | 60min
Size of Stage | W10m×D10m×H10m
Staff | Choreography Hye Jeon Hong
Lighting Design Sang Bong Lee
Lighting Director Jung Hwa Kim
Set Design In Ha Ko
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Cube
Information
Cube
Hybrid
Cube, premiered at the Seoul International Dance Festival in October 2006, and is based
on melancholy and the loss of lives. The Plastic Zoo Project shows an imaginary object of
a cube on stage, which represents encapsulation of human beings. The cube can be a
metaphor for hypocrisies that dull our sense of lives. Cube emphasizes a new attempt of a
production process in which two media artists have been offered with only the scenario of
Cube and asked to create media works while interactively sharing improvisational yet very
intimate communications on stage with Choreographer Jung Min Joo.
Being hybrid is the notion of sustaining coexistence of differences, and Choreographer
Hye-Jeon Hong applies this notion to the creative tension of producing the piece Hybrid.
The highlight of the performance is the stage equipment, which includes a spectacular
four-meter-high steel structure. Watching six superb male dancers jumping and dancing
on the set is sure to captivate the audience. The piece was created in such a way whereby
the audience will be able to enjoy its humor yet receive heart-warming messages, a
signature of Hong’s unique dancing style.
Seminar & Forum
Plastic Zoo Project
Hong Dance Company
Plastic Zoo was founded in 2005 by four tremendously talented individuals of a director, a
composer, and two dancers. Starting with a dance drama named Alice In Wonderland, the
group is expected to perform three new plays in 2006. All of their performances are in
accordance with their concept, that is, real freedom of independent stage art. The
philosophy of the project team is that links to the past and present are denied for the
future, identifying the future as a sweet but abstract notion. Its production process moves
forward for the freedom of artistic expressions.
Hong Dance Company was established in 2000 under the direction of choreographer HyeJeon Hong to express the modern Korean culture and mentality, combined with western
culture. Hong Dance Company is one of the fastest growing contemporary dance
companies in Korea, delivering strong messages with cheerful laughter on various
episodes of life in our society.
Review
Representative | Chong Gak Park, Jung Min Joo
Contact Person | Jung Min Joo
Address | #1415-1302 Daewon Apts
Yeonhwamaeul, Jung 2-dong ,Wonmi-gu,
Bucheon-Si, Gyeonggi-do, 420-761, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)11-9861-1772
Email | [email protected]
Full-length Performance | Oct. 11 Wed. 8pm | LIG Art Hall
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Contact
Representative | Hye Jeon Hong
Contact Person | Seo Ryoung Kim/ EO Creative
Address | EO Creative #2416 Daewoo Metro
The-Oville, 52-1, Shingongdeok-dong,
Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-852, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-704 6420
Fax | +82-(0)2-704 6444
Email | [email protected]
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 4:30pm~5pm | Arko Arts Theate | Small Theater
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Contact
Hybrid is a 60-minute piece but it never becomes boring as it explores the choreographer’s
and dancers’ energy without repetitive images or movements. Hong combines the musical
composition to further the scenic atmosphere with extraordinary settings, thus harmonizing
all the elements. (Choom)
Lost Children
Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Company
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 8 Staff 12
Running time | 70min
Required Facilities | Dance floor
Staff | Choreographer Kyung Ok Lee
Theatre·Custome Design Jin Kook Han
Music Whool
Lighting Jun-Tak Gong etc.
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 4 Staff 1
Running time | 20min
Size of Stage | W11m×D11m
Staff | Artistic Director Sung Soo Ahn
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Janghwa Hongryun
Information
Janghwa Hongryun
Lost Children
Lost Children, premiered in the Seoul International Dance Festival in October 2006. It is
based on the dance piece Femme, which was presented in the International Modern
Dance Festival (2002), this performance is about the furies and revenge of four women
who were tormented and murdered. Lost Children is, however, a newly created piece
which projects a peaceful story of the four women in Femme when they were still young
and not yet tormented. Set against Ravel’s music, choreographer Sungsoo Ahn suggests
that the most peaceful time of his formal protagonists is through choreographic emphasis
on the contrasts of movements between the upper and lower part of a human body.
Seminar & Forum
Janghwa Hongryun is based on an old Korean tale of the same title about the revenge of
two sisters murdered by villains. This old tale is known as one of the most didactic stories
to sublimate Han, indicative of the grudge in a traditional Korean context that has also
been justified and beautified. This performance, however, deconstructs the previous
meanings of the tale and re-constructs the entire process of the revenge with different
forms of movements, through which Choreographer Kyung-Ok Lee emphasizes the
presentation of grudges being continuously reborn to question the true nature of the
subjects. This performance is also recognized and identified as combining the comical
movements of traditional and contemporary Korean dance with the live music of a young
Korean percussion group.
Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Company
Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company
Lee Kyung-Ok Dance Company genuinely demonstrates the Korean culture by
interpreting traditional stories into dance pieces that include social criticism. In 2002, the
company presented its first piece The 1st Dance Nursery Story for Adults: Single ShoeShim Chung, a story that combines the Korean traditional tale Kongji and Patji with the
western fairy tale Cinderella, a production that was a great success.
Review
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 5:30pm~6pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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Contact
Representative | Kyung Ok Lee
Contact Person | Sae Ryun Kim
Address | Rm.202, 2F. Samkyung Bldg., 3ga, 6211, Pil-dong, jung-gu, Seoul 100-273, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2263-4680
Fax | +82-(0)2-2276-1959
Email | [email protected]
Contact
Representative | Sung Soo Ahn
Contact Person | Sang Myeong Chun
MCT (Management Co.)
Address | Rm.211 Korean National University of Arts,
1753, Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-070, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2263-4680
Fax | +82-(0)2-2276-1959
Email | [email protected]
Full-length Performance | Oct. 12 Thur & 13 Fri. 8pm | HOAM Art Hall
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In Janghwa Hongryun, Lee demonstrates her complete understanding of everything that is
happening onstage. She maximizes the effect of dancing while playing through various
usages of broader meanings of theaters. She also adds theatrical humor and wit to the
dance piece when she re-interprets Korean folk dance and contemporary dance
movements, resulting Lee Kyung-ok to achieve her own uniqueness.
(Momm, July 2004, In-Hwa Yoo)
After completing an education in dance and film, choreographer Sungsoo Ahn established
his own dance company, the Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group with the graduates from the
Juilliard School in 1992. The company has since performed at numerous venues that
include, amongst others, the Joyce Theater, the American Dance Festival, and the Lincoln
Center Outdoor Festival. In 1996, Sungsoon Ahn Pick-up Company was re-established
with the dancers who were trained in Korean dance and Ballet. Ahn and the dancers have
sought to develop their own style and movements. Awards he received in Korea include
the Korean Dance Critic’s Award (2001), for his piece Beyond My Control and the Dance
Art Award of 2005 and the Best Arts Award of the Year (2005), for his dance production
My Funeral. He was nominated for the Benois De La Danse Award 2005 for choreography
with his dance piece Bolero, which the Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group performed in the
award gala at the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow in April, 2006.
The Old Song Book
Won Kim/Group Collaboration OR
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 9 Staff 7
Running time | 65min
Size of Stage | W17m×D17m×H8m
Staff | Choreographer Yoon Jin Kim
Music Director Ki Young Kim
Assistant Choreographer So Yeoun Im
Stage Design Jong Seok Kim
Stage Lighting Hee Sun Go
Costume La Young Hwang
Make-up Moon Hee Choi
Musician Jin Seok Kim
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The Old Song Book
The Old Song Book approaches truth of life by exploring relationships within a family.
Nostalgia for the past, memories on enduring wounds and frustration in the past days,
grief and pain of life are pictured in warmhearted insight. Actors and dancers reciprocate
between daily lives and theatrical realities as variation of rhythms are played. As poor life
in the outskirts of a city in the 1980s of Korea is portrayed with fantasy of Schumann’s
Kinderszenen. The Old Song Book shows co-existence of current Korean dance, while
expanding self-conscious aesthetics of Korean traditional dance.
Seminar & Forum
Shadows premiered in the Korean Dances Meet World Music, a festival organized by CIDUNESCO, and was created with the aim to seriously understand global cultures and
artistically accomplishing a creative and rigorous piece. Shadows eliminates stories and
employs its own way of phrasing abstract dance images based on artistic meditation to
express unique and active body movements that constantly maintains a circulation of
breathing and fills the space on the stage. Working with a Mexican composer also adds
visual variety, with the dancers improvising to the new melodies and rhythms, the fusion of
this special music and dance exceeds all expectations.
Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company
Won Kim / Group Collaboration OR
Established in 2005, Kim Yoon Jin Dance Company has explored to find new genres and
possibilities in modern Korean dance, and Kim has been active in attempting to adapt the
formal and stylistic boundaries of modern dance to traditional Korean dance. These efforts
have landed the company an invitation to the Seoul International Performing Arts Festival
in 2005 to perform Desire and Stay Still, and the company is invited to the same festival
this year with Kim’s new piece, The Old Song Book.
Since the foundation of the company in 1986 by Choreographer Won Kim, to be renamed
Won Kim / Group Collaboration OR in 1992, the company has tried to present a new phase
of arts performances while experimenting and creating a new genre of complex-media that
mixes dance, music, and computer-technology. The company has also continued to
search for diverse artists from all over the world to cooperate and open a new chapter for
the arts.
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 2 Staff 2
Running time | 18min
Size of Stage | W10m×D10m×H5m
Required Facilities | Black dance floor,
Black back drop
Staff | Choreograph Won Kim
Music Helio Monroy
Technical Director·Stage Design
Jeong Suk Kim
Lighting Design Chol Hee Kim
Costume Jae Young Yang
Photograph Jin Hwang
Shadows
Information
Shadows
Review
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 3pm~3:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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Contact
Representative | Won Kim
Contact Person | Seo Yoon Cho / Coordinator
Address | Dance Dept., College of Arts, Chonbuk
National University, 664-14, Deokjin-dong 1-ga,
Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do 561-756, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)63-270-3749
Fax | +82-(0)63-270-3708
Email | [email protected]
Representative | Yoon Jin Kim
Contact Person | Yoou-Suk Hwang
Planner, Ac2b
Address | #401, 1588-11, Seocho3-dong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-873, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-6406-3306
Fax | +82-(0)2-588-7572
Email | [email protected] / [email protected]
Full-length Performance | Oct. 13 Fri. 8pm, 14 Sat. 6pm | Arko Arts Theater | Large Theater
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Won Kim’s dance in Shadowsis actualized through an intimate relationship with the music.
The melody and the rhythm go hand in hand with the dance in this piece whereby the
dancing interacts with the music, at times holding and at times releasing it to create
diversions and variations in the music. (Choom)
Trace
Lee K. Dance
UBIN Dance
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 2 Staff 8
Running time | 20min
Staff | Choreographer·Trifling article
manufacturer Kyung Eun Lee, Saito Eiji
Music Congnamul Factory Han Suk Kim
Won Uk Park
Lighting Ho Shin
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 2 Staff 1
Running time | 14min
Size of Stage | W16m×D16m×H8m
Staff | Choreography Yong In Lee
Light Design Chul Hee Kim
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The Two-Between
Information
The Two-Between
Trace
Sympathy of sentiments and texture of expression are both presented at the same time
through an equal combination of dance and music. The Two-Between, a report on
developmental phases of human relationships, presents two strangers who close the gap
that exists between them by using identical objects from various angles along with the flow
of wit, joy, and death. The performance merges female dancer Kyung-Eun Lee’s powerful
energy with male dancer Saito Eiji’s mild tenderness. The creative ideas of the two
dancers and choreographers demonstrate such a wonderful mixture of delicacy and wit
that it is difficult to believe the piece is actually a collaboration of dance companies from
Korea and Japan.
The duet piece Trace was created in 2005 by choreographer Yong-In Lee and is about the
influences that are given and taken in relationships. The key point of this piece is Lee’s
body, with which she uses to create unique yet intuitive movements that have their own
logic and metaphors. These are fluidly expanded into two bodies onstage to convey a
sense of intensity and density.
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UBIN Dance
Following her success as a solo artist and choreographer, Yong-In Lee founded the UBIN
Dance in 2004 and premiered Trace in 2005. UBIN Dance has established own style in a
short space of time owing in no small part to Lee’s experiences as the principal dancer in
several international companies in Europe and further experiences as a freelancer. Her
pieces deliver diversely picturesque images through a mastery of movements that do
without theatrical expressions or mimed explanations. At a time when dancing becomes
absent in more and more dance pieces, her works are purely devoted to movements,
which she considers to be very essence of dance.
Lee K. Dance
The works of Lee K. Dance are characterized by explosive energy, pure emotions, and
provocative stage manners. Choreographer Kyung-Eun Lee has described her peculiar
choreographic direction as a way of thinking with the body and using research to express
the mind. Her themes and topics are mostly drawn from everyday life and social issues
that people confront in their everyday lives. Her newest work The Two-Between will be
touring Switzerland, England and Canada in 2007.
Review
Review
Tour Schedule
2007 March UK / Swiss
2007 Jun Canada
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 3:30pm~4pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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Contact
Representative | Kyung Eun Lee
Contact Person | Sang Myeong Chun / MCT
(Management Co.)
Address | Rm.202, 2F. Sam Kyung Bldg., 62-11
Pil-dong 3ga, Jung-gu, Seoul 100-273, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2263-4680
Fax | +82-(0)2-2276-1959
Email | [email protected]
Contact
Representative | Yong-In Lee
Contact Person | Yong-In Lee
Address | #109-906, Samsung Apartments,
Changjeon-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 121-778, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)10-7566-6689
Email | [email protected]
Showcase | Oct. 11 Wed. 6pm~6:30pm | Arko Arts Theater | Small Theater
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As demonstrated in The Two-Between, Lee displays the thorough enjoyment of her
strength and passion on stage. We expect her to be as confident and energetic in all her
future performances. (Choom, 2005, Nov)
Her exceptional use of the body and individual muscles allows her choreography to
display an uncanny crispness and sharpness to her movements.
(Choom, June 2006, In-Hwa Yoo)
Echo
Dance Company The Body
The Forest
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Dance / Contemporary Dance
Touring Company | Performers 4 Staff 4
Running time | 35min
Size of Stage | W15m×D10m×H7m
Required Facilities | Black Dance Floor
White Tape(10cm width)
White Pole(7m length)
Staff | Artistic Director Yun Kyung Lee
Stage Manager Yeo Hun
ighting Chul Hee Kim
Stage Design Jong Seok Kim
Costumes Kwan Yoon
Visual Hwa Chung Ji
Photo In Ho Song
P.R Dae Gun Nam, Ji Yeon Lee
Genre | Dance / Traditional Crossover Music
Touring Company | Performers 9 Staff
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Waiting Room II
Information
Waiting Room II
Echo
Waiting Room II is inspired by the drama Waiting For Godot by Samuel Beckett. The
performance portrays the strenuous waiting of human lives and the despair caused by the
waiting through intricate yet repetitive and reserved movements. A very sophisticated
stage with a stable rectangular structure and wooden poles from the top symbolize the
space from which residents (dancers) wish to escape but.
The Forest focuses on maintaining unique sounds of each instrument and using them to
create a new type of music that utilizes the beautiful harmonies of all. The natural howl of
traditional wooden instruments mask the metallic sounds of modern electronic
instruments, which in turn lend power to the traditional lyrical instruments. As for
percussive sounds, The Forest uses Latin inspired music and other countries’ traditional
percussion styles to make their own sound lighter and fresher while still retaining the
traditional rhythm deep within. This wondrous music is rich and full of variety.
Seminar & Forum
Dance Company The Body
Musician Chang Yool Shin, Suk Jin GO, Joo Ri Kim, Woo Jin Park, Chan Yun Park, Hyun Jung Shin,
Founded in 2004, Dance Company The Body is a joint collaboration between modern
dancers Yun-Kyung Lee and Seok-Hun Ryu, renowned for their exceptional skill and
perfect harmony. The company now consists of artists with various backgrounds in such
disciplines as painting, theater and dance. With endless vitality, the company has
discovered its ideas from our everyday lives and has also sought to facilitate
communications between audiences and dancers in its performances.
Joon Hyung Im, Hye Sim Jung, Sung Moo Choi
The Forest
Founded in 2001, The Forest, a traditional crossover band, presents the unique sounds
and sensations of Korean music while simultaneously pursuing a new-age sound using
traditional instruments to create a lyrical and pictorial performance. The Forest was invited
in 2005 to perform at the opening ceremony for the Asian Arts Mart in Singapore. Later
that year, they performed for The Concert for Peace at the Lincoln Center in New York.
Review
This performance is a very good example of highly trained dancers performing out of their
senses even during motionless moments. (The Performing Arts & Film Review)
Contact
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Representative | Chang Yool Shin
Contact Person | Chang Yool Shin / Team Leader
Address | B1 Fl., 255-10, Yangjae-dong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-130, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)16-418-2935
Fax | +82-(0)2-578-2935
Email | [email protected]
Website | http://cafe.daum.net/thelim
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 3:30pm~4pm | SSTheater
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Contact
Representative | Sung Soo Ahn
Contact Person | Dae-gun Nam / P.R & Tour
Manager, President of On-stage
Address | 6F, #1565-23, Seocho-dong,
Seocho-gu, Seoul 137-847, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-588-6411
Fax | +82-(0)2-588-6412
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.the-body.co.kr
The Beginning of the Passion
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
The group O-Gam-Do consists of young traditional musicians and various artists based in
Jeonju-si, known as the City of Sound, where values of Korean traditional melodies and
rhythms are preserved. These musicians and artists have been sought to discover and
develop a new value for Korean traditional music in the contemporary world.
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Contact
Contact
Representative | Man Ju Han
Contact Person | Tae Hoon Kim / Manager
Address | B1F, Jeonglim Bld., 207, Poi-dong,
Gangnam-gu, Seoul 135-963, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2058-1048
Fax | +82-(0)2-2058-1049
Email | [email protected]
Website | http://cafe.daum.net/haegumplus
Representative | Tae Sang Ahn
Contact Person | Inook Chang
Address | 957-1, Seosin-dong, Wansan-gu,
Jeonju-city 560-170, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)63-254-7842
Fax | +82-(0)63-278-9888
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.5gamdo.co.kr
Showcase | Oct. 13 Fri. 3pm~3:30pm | SSTheater
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Korean World Music Group O-Gam-Do
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus has explored several genres with the Haegum and other
instruments from the East and West as a means of communication that transcends both
time and space. Its performances present an opportunity to explore and to trace the
footsteps of traditional Korean music. The company has been attempting to seek a
balanced development while creating new harmonies between traditional and modern
musical elements. One of the company’s most important achievements was winning the
Korean Traditional Music Grand Prix from KBS (Korean Broadcasting System) in 2005.
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 4:30pm~5pm | SSTheater
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The Beginning of the Passion is the first part of the Korean World Music Group O-GamDo’s trilogy Departure, which deals with the great proposition of life. It is composite
performance combining the harmonies of traditional Korean musical and electronic
instruments with such multidisciplinary elements as Pansori (Korean vocal music
encompassing literature, music, and drama), Korean traditional dance, theater action, and
projection images.
Kang Eun Il Haegumplus
New Zealand (Wellington, Oakland)
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
United Arab Emirates (Dubai)
Japan (Tokyo)
Booth Exhibitions
The Beginning of the Passion (Departure: Episode 1)
Remembrance of Future by Kang Eun Il’s company Haegumplus takes traditional Korean
music as a text and creates a crossover musical experience that spans the East and
West. Bandleader Kang’s music demonstrates the possibilities of the Korean string
instrument Haegum. Although the Haegum’s tone is actually rough, Eun-Il Kang has
adopted its tone into a new music full of beautiful melodies and temperance so that the
music approaches the audience as a lyrical poem. Her strong and gracious bowing will
delight audiences who are already familiar with Korean music, with a new understanding
of Korean music’s potentials. For audiences who are unfamiliar with such music, Kang
provides them with the opportunity to share in the universal language of music.
Tour Schedule
Korean World Music
Group O-Gam-Do
Genre | Music / Korean World music
Touring Company | Performers 13 Staff 3
Running time | 100min
Size of Stage | W25m×D20m×H12m
Required Facilities | Console (more than 32
channel)
Mike
Outboard
Light
Drums
Bass amp
Guitar amp
Staff | Composer Tae Sang Ahn
Director·Script·Arrangement
Hyo Sang Yun
Executive Manager In Ook Chang
Genre | Music / Korean Crossover Music
Touring Company | Performers 10 Staff 7
Running time | 90min
Size of Stage | W10m×D10m×H6m
Required Facilities | Sound, Lights, Stage
Staff | Executive Producer Man Ju Han
Producer Sung Shin Choi
Music Director Hyung Sun Ryu
Sound Director Cheol Ryu
Lights Director Youn Wha Kong
Assistant Producer Tae Hoon Kim
Coordinator Eun Hee Chai
Remembrance of Future
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Remembrance of Future
Handcart, Overturned
Domino Look
Corporal Theatre Momggol
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Multidisciplinary Arts
Physical Theatre
Touring Company | Performers 4 Staff 4
Running time | 60min
Size of Stage | W16m×D16m×H8m
Required Facilities | Double cassette &
CD player
Staff | Diretor Jong Yeon Yoon
Artistic Manager Myung Hwa Shin
Genre | Multidsciplinary Arts / Experimental Play
Touring Company | Performers 11 Staff 5
Running time | 80min
Size of Stage | Squared theatre space
(approx. 495m2 / W20m×D25m)
Staff | Sun Young Ko and 3 performers
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Clay Play for Children
Information
Clay Play for Children
Handcart, Overturned
Clay Play for Children is designed to engage the audience to get in touch with such
fundamental elements as water, light and soil, which have been the basis of emotions and
traditions. The nature of clay can inspire people to reach deep inside to connect with their
instinct and creativity, and the key of the performance is actually touching the clay and
feeling its texture and properties. Through such activities as looking, stepping, throwing,
drawing, molding and slipping on clay in the performance, children are able to nurture their
imagination while adults can reminisce a certain innocence they may have lost long ago.
Seminar & Forum
Poverty has a nostalgic element to it, and a handcart, which usually symbolizes the
poverty of Korea in the past, allows various possibilities of dramatic movements and
images through a different approach in its balance and usage. Handcart, Overturned
focuses on employing the handcart to inspire more lively physical movements and the real
space of the performance is also changed into a space that has poetic connotations. The
extension of metaphors in the performance leads the audience to go beyond the limits of
imagination. The audience also has an interactive experience arranged in and out of the
theater space, and they are requested to participate beyond the stage barriers.
Domino Look
Corporal Theatre Momggol
Established in 2006 by artist Young Ran Lee, Domino Look has endeavored to give an
opportunity for children to engage in activities with such diverse tools as clay, flour, light
and water to nurture their imagination and creativity. The company has created an original
scene of the object theater, staging new ideas about plays in theaters and galleries.
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Contact
Contact
Representative | Young Lan Lee
Contact Person | Sun Young Go
Address | #226-90, Seongbuk 2-dong,
Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 136-824, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)16-348-7302
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.dominolook.net
Representative | Jong Yeon Yoon
Contact Person | Myung Hwa Shin / Artistic Manager
Address | 3F, Momggol Studio, 54-46, Mullae-dong
3(sam)-ga, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul 150-834 , Korea
Tel | +82-(0)2-2636-4861
Fax | +82-(0)2-2636-4861
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.momggol.com
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Established in 2002, the company has sought to discover, and recognized the importance
of physical acting by minimizing the use of words and expanding the use of the human
body and visual images. Corporal Theatre Momggol’s Orpheus was also one of the PAMS
Choice performances in 2005.
Total Theater Alice
Creative Group NONI
Sungmin Hong
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Multidisciplinary Arts
Traditional Korean Puppetry
Touring Company | Performers 11 Staff 2
Running time | 70min
Size of Stage | W10.5m×D16.5m×H3.8m
Staff | Director Kyun Hee Kim
Musician Kyung Jin So
Stage Designer Sun Hwa Hong
Costume Designer Young Ju Woo
Light Designer Hyun Sun Shin
Genre | Multidisciplinary Arts
Total Theater
Touring Company | Performers 30 Staff 20
Running time | 80min
Size of Stage | Variable
Required Facilities | Video equipments
Lift car Basic theater
conditions
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Kok Du
Information
Kok Du
Total Theater Alice
Total Theater Alice is not a typical theater work based on a text with a linear narrative. It is
a spectacular open-air performance combining different elements of various genre such as
theater, contemporary dance and video arts. It also applies the notion of the cruelty by
Antonin Artaud and the out-door festivities of the Kut (Korean traditional performance of
exorcism) to the performance. The trans-gender Alice sings a song with lip-synch, a Korea
traditional crossover band produces explosive sounds, and the Little Prince, who is
portrayed as a dwarf in the performance, delivers a pretty play. This ironical style leads
audiences to the time and space beyond a common sense, which is indecipherable and
inexplicable. At the same time, however, they can experience fresh enlightenment through
this experimental art form of overlapping and colliding differences.
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Audiences have been thrilled with Kok Du, a lively performance filled with delightful music
and brilliant wit. Kok Du, which is also the name of a traditional Korean puppet, is led
mainly by one musician and two puppeteers who characterize three clowns. The
performance begins with the clowns invoking the spirit of the deceased for them to
immerse into the puppets. The clowns then embark on their adventurous journey with
those puppets, which eventually ends with them fulfilling the spirits’ dreams that they were
unable to while they were still alive. Since all the puppets employed in the performance
depict the spirits of a traditional Korean funeral bier, they are carved out of wood and
decorated with a traditional Korean design called the Dancheong.
Creative Group NONI
Sungmin Hong
The members of Noni are graduates of the Korean National University of Arts who have
majored in Performing Arts and Stage Design. All the artists in the company have a
profound understanding in a wide range of traditional Korean culture, especially in dance
and music. Noni has been striving to broaden their artistic capacities to create
collaborations of traditional performance methods with modern visual languages.
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Contact
Representative | Kyung Hee Kim
Contact Person | Hyun Ju Sim / Manager
Address | #605, Woojung Plaza, 760-3 Singokdong, Uijeongbu-si, Gyeonggi-do 480-070, Korea
Tel | +82-(0)31-853-4881
Fax | +82-(0)31-853-4886
Email | [email protected]
Representative | Sung Min Hong / President
Contact Person | Say-Ok Lee
Address | Department Time Art, Kaywon
School Of Art And Design, San 125, Naesondong, Uiwang-si, Gyeonggi-do 437-712 , Korea
Tel | +82-(0)11-9610-6467
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.aliceprince.com
Full-length Performance | Oct. 14 Sat. 8pm | Marronnier Park
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Showcase | Oct. 14 Sat. 3pm~3:30pm | SSTheater
Sugnmin Hong is a media artist and has worked with diverse artists from the field of
theater, dance, music and visual arts. Hong first presented Total Theater Alice in a
fascinating shopping and arts center, the Ssanziegil in 2005, by applying all its indoor and
outdoor space to the stage of the performance, which raised many sensations and
applauses from both arts professionals and audiences. He is also a professor in the
Department of Time Art at the Kaywon School of Art and Design and provides a study on
the fields of video art, interactive art and performance.
Hamutsun Serve
Noridan
Information
Wit & Beat
Japan
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Multidisciplinary Performance
Touring Company | Performers 7 Staff 6
Running time | 70min
Size of Stage | W14m×D12m×H10m
Staff | Producer Chul Ki Choi
Director Won Kil Paek
Music Director Seok Hee Ahn
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Wit & Beat
Genre | Dance / Street Dance
Hamutsun Serve
The journey between theater, music, fantasy, and reality is perfectly presented in Wit &
Beat, produced by Chul-Ki Choi and directed by Won Kil Paek of Cookin’ and Jump that
have been sold-out performances in the Edinburgh Fringe and the London Westwood in
2004 and 2005. The story of a blind boy, Wit & Beat presents creative visual images
onstage where imaginary sounds invite audiences to the world of music without notation
and rendition without instruments. Sets and objects on the stage are turned into musical
instruments while superb mimes and comical dramas delight the audience.
Hamutsun Serve, comprised of Rikiccho and Dayoshi, has attracted audience by their
animation dance technique, such as Slow Motion, Ticking, MoonWalk, and their selfinvented movement. Their ‘Grotesque’ dance world along with original pieces, which
proved his talents as a musician, are widely acclaimed not only within Japan, but also
worldwide. They are planning to perform in Germany and Brazil at the end of 2006. They
have won a number of prizes at top-level competitions throughout Japan.
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Noridan
Noridan’s creed is that anything can be used as instruments, and since 2004 this
ecological music performance group has derived constant pleasure and energy by
adopting new attempts of recycling nature and culture. Industrial wastes such as car
wheels and PE pipes are reused and reinterpreted as musical instruments. Noridan’s
professional performance team consists of 30 members in a wide range of ages from nine
to forty, and the team is based in the Haja Center, The Seoul Youth Factory for Alternative
Culture, which is run by the Center for Youth and Cultural Studies at Yonsei University.
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Contact Person | EX GROOVE
Address | BALTIC STONE-building annex
4F, 3-14-37, kamiosaki, shinagawa-gu,
TOKYO, JAPAN, Zip141-0021
Tel | +81-3-5447-2630
Fax | +81-3-5447-2631
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.extragroove.com
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 5pm~5:30pm | Arko Art Theater | Small Theater
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Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 5:30pm~6pm | SSTheater
Contact
Representative | Jong Whee Kim / President
Contact Person | Miya Shin
Address | #106, Haja Center, 57, Yeongdeungpodong 7-ga, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul 150-137, Korea,
Tel | +82-(0)2-2677-9200
Fax | +82-(0)2-2679-9300
Email | [email protected]
Website | www.noridan.haja.net
Na’rimbo
Japan
Information
Hitoride Dekirumon
Mexico
Booth Exhibitions
Genre | Music
Touring Company | Performers 8
Genre | Dance / Street Dance
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Hitoride Dekirumon
Na’rimbo
Hitoride Dekirumon is a mysterious masked dancer.
Although the audience tends to focus on his comic feature, he actually has an excellent
dancing skill. He continues to attract his fans with his amusing and comical performances.
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Fusion of Latin Jazz with traditional marimba folk music from the Southeast of Mexico. The
group Na’rimbo whose name, in the Chiapa language means Hormiguillo, a type of tree,
from whose wood the bars of the marimba are crafted) was founded in 1998 by young
marimba players who have studied the contemporary and classical techniques of the
instrument, and who posses a strong background in the traditions of marimba music from
Chiapas, Mexico. During its short but outstanding career, Na’rimbo has performed in
numerous national and international festivals in Cannes, Belfort, Paris, Hasselt, Ribaroja,
Zaragoza, Amsterdam, New York, Washington and Beijing.
Musician
Israel Moreno | Marimba, vibraphone and musical director
Miguel Cruz | Percussion
Luis Rojas | Marimba
Felipe Martinez | Piano
Gustavo Grajales | Drums
Humberto Albores | Bass
Guillermo Gomez | Marimba, Percussion
Alejandrina Grajales Nandayapa | Saxophone
Review
Contact Person | Mr. Ryohei Takemura
Email | [email protected]
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 5pm~5:30pm | Arko Art Theater | Small Theater
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Contact Person | ISRAEL Moreno / Director
Address | Calle Benito Juarez No. 158
Chiapa de Corzo, C.P.29160 Chiapas, MEXICO
Tel | +52-961-61-619-66 Chiapas Mexico
Email | [email protected]
[email protected]
Showcase | Oct. 12 Thur. 6:30pm~7pm | SSTheater
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Contact
“Na’ rimbo’s Magic”
(Article by Alberto Noriega for newspaper O Cuarto Poder, State of Chiapas)
‘Na’ rimbo’s turn came up and their musical proposal caused an explosion of joy among
the audience at the Teatro de la Ciudad”
(La Jornada)
Performing Arts Market in Seoul 2006
Seminar I. Korea-Japan Exchanges in Performing Arts
Seminar II. International Performing Arts Markets
Asian Performing Arts Forum
Seminar & Forum
Information
인포메이션
Seminar I.
Seminar II.
Korea-Japan Exchanges in Performing Arts
International Performing Arts Markets
Booth
Exhibitions
부스전
시
Japan’s examples of international performing arts exchange based on regions will be the main topic and
proceed with presentations. The presentations will mainly focus on international collaborative projects
between Japan’s local arts centers and foreign centers or foreign performing groups. In addition, cases of
domestic and international tour programs and effective promotion and marketing strategies to overseas
arts markets will be presented.
With current international performing arts market and their program policies as a theme, leading
organizers of such arts markets as Asian Arts Mart(Singapore), Tokyo Performing Arts Market(Japan),
Mexico : Gateway to the Americas(Mexico), CINARS(Canada), Balkan Performing Arts Market(Greece)
will give a presentation on each nation’s state. From this seminar, you will obtain more concrete and
precise information for the basis of fruitful international promotions.
Date and Venue
October. 13(Fri.) 9:30am ~ noon
October. 12 ( Thur.) 9:30am ~ noon
Somerset Palace Seoul, Seminar Room
PAMS Choice
Overseas
Showcases
PAMS
Choice& 및
해외 쇼케이스
Date and Venue
Somerset Palace Seoul, Seminar Room
Theme
Guest Speakers
The present status and program policies of international performing arts markets
Yasuyo Kondo Chief Program Coordinator|21st Century Museum of Contemporary Arts, Kanazawa
1) overview (mission, program etc.)
Masato Kishi Theatre Director|Yamaguchi Center for the Arts and Media
2) the present status (period, venue and participants)
Ayumu Sawafuji Producer|Kitakyushu Performing Arts Center
3) expecting effects of participation
4) criteria for booth and showcase selection etc.
Moderator
Sung-yeop Lee Professor|Department of Theatre Studies, The Korea National University of Arts
Program
opening speech | Mr. Gyu Seog Lee
president, PAMS 2006 Board of Directors & Korean Arts Management Service
Seminar
& Forum
학술행사
Simultaneous Interpretation
session 1. International performing arts markets : Asia and Australia (09:40~10:40)
Tokyo Performing Arts Market - Ms. Hiromi Maruoka / chief director
Asian Arts Mart - Mr. Neo Kim Seng / programming officer
Australian Performing Arts Market - Ms. Annette Tripodi / operations & program manager
coffee break (10:40~10:55)
session 2. International performing arts markets : America and Europe (10:55~11:55)
CINARS - Ms. Barbara Scales / secretary of board of directors
Mexico: Gateway to the Americas - Mr. Mario Espinosa / president
Balkan Performing Arts Market - Mr. Yiannis Kolotouras / execitive staff
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부대행
사
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Forum
Asian Performing Arts Forum
Performing arts professionals and experts from Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, and other Asian
countries will come together in this forum and discuss methods to diversify interchange and cooperation
of performing arts in Asia. Cases of various networking and collaborative working activities in current
performing arts scene of Asia will mainly be introduced and proceed with further discussion about future
outlooks. In addition, the project of Asia Culture Hub City, Gwangju and the master plan of Asia Artplex
will be introduced.
Date and Venue
October. 14 Sat. 9:30am ~ 11:50am
Somerset Palace Seoul, Seminar Room
Theme
Asian Performing Arts Networking, its Achievement and Prospect
Moderator
Benny Chia Director|Hong Kong City Festival
Guest Speaker
Kyung-Nyun Son l Director General l Culture City Planning & Managing Bureau (Korea)
Introduction of the Cultural City Gwangju and the Asian Culture Complex
Marion D’Cruz l Excutive Producer l Five Arts Center (Malaysia)
Asian Performing Arts Networking
Kirtsty Ellem l Deputy Director l Asia Link Center (Australia)
Asia Link Center's Artists Residence Program in Asian Countries
Huey-Mei Lee l Programming Manager l Nat’l Chiang Kai-Sheck Cultural Center (Taiwan)
From Little Asia to Homeless Dance Company
Pham Bich Huyen l Visiting Research Fellow l Korea Cultural and Tourism Policy Institute (Vietnam)
The need and prospects of Asian Performing Arts Management collaboration- A case study of Vietnam
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Arko Art Center
Arko Arts Theater
Theater The Other
Somersat Palace Seoul
Other Events
Arko Art Center, Seminar Room
An introductory event presenting trend of this year’s PAMS Choice and program outline of Performing
Arts Market in Seoul (PAMS) 2006. All programs of PAMS 2006 including booth exhibitions, PAMS
Choice and overseas showcases, seminars and forums and special events such as opening ceremony,
lunch meetings, closing party and other events are introduced. PAMS 2006 Orientation will also provide
an opportunity to take a look at trend of 29 works chosen as this year’s PAMS Choice.
PromoTe yourself
Booth Exhibitions
October 11 Wed. 10am - noon
Information
PAMS 2006 Orientation
October 12 Thur. 2pm - 2:40pm, 13 Fri. 1:30pm - 3:40pm, 14 Sat. 2pm - 2:40pm
Arko Art Center, the 1st Gallery, PT Area
PromoTe yourself allows partigpating groups and organizations of booth exhibition to promote and
present their works and activities through presentation. PromoTe yourself will take place in a PT area
inside the booth exhibition hall at Arko Art Center. Approximately 20 organizations will give
presentations during the arts market period. Each booth exhibitors may give 10-minute presentation.
Characteristics of PAMS 2006 | Jiyun Wie | Secretary General & Programs, Secretariat of Performing Arts Market in Seoul
Manager, International Relations, Korea Arts Management Service
Trend of Korean Performing Arts | Jun-ho Choi | Department of Theatre Studies, The Korean National University of Arts.
PAMS Choice & Overseas Showcases
Theme & Speaker
October 12 Thur. 2pm-2:40pm
Gogol Trilogy
BARIDEGI
Chungdong Theater
Universal Ballet
PAMS Choice 2006
Chin-A Lee | Theater Program Directors of PAMS 2006
October 13, Fri. 1:30pm-2:30pm
PAMS 2006 Board of Directors
Gyeonggi Arts Center
Theater Critic
Kore Hana Performing Arts Team
THE LITTLE ANGELS
In-Joo Chang | Dance Program Director of PAMS 2006
CultureBiz
PAMS 2006 Board of Directors
Gyeonggi Provincial Theater Company
Dance Columnist
Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company
Seminar & Forum
Jay-youn Joo | Music Program Director of PAMS 2006
October 13 Fri. 2:50pm-3:40pm
PAMS 2006 Board of Directors,
Changmu Arts Center
Managing Director, Nanjang Cultures, Inc.
Extreme Romeo and Juliet
The National Drama Company of Korea & The National Changgeuk Company of Korea
S. Kyu Choi | Multidisciplinary Arts Program Director
PAMS 2006 Board of Directors,
The National Dance Company of Korea & The National Orchestra of Korea
Seoul Ballet Theatre
Deputy Artistic Director, Chuncheon International Mime Festival
October 14 Sat. 2pm-2:40pm
MUSICAL KID
The Play of Art 21 - Halfmoon that rise in the day time
Ticket Issuing System
Musical HWANG-JEENY
Musical The Lower Depth
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Opening Ceremony
Lunch Meeting
Closing Party
● Opening
MEMO
Ceremony
October 11 Wednesday 1:30pm~3:30pm | Arko Arts Theater, Large Theater & Lobby
An opening ceremony announcing the beginning of PAMS 2006 will start with a welcoming speech and proceed to the opening
showcase and opening reception. Born Again, one of the works from PAMS Choice 2006 by Trust Dance Company will be
performed as the opening showcase. The opening reception with a buffet at the lobby of Arko arts theater will be the first place
where participants of the second edition of PAMS from near and far will greet each other and witness the opening of
Performing Arts Market in Seoul 2006.
● Lunch
Meeting
October 12 Thursday &13 Friday 12:30pm~1:30pm | Theater The Other
Lunch meeting is a networking event where domestic and international delegates can meet casually. Lunch meetings of PAMS
2006 will take place in the cafe on the first floor of Theater The Other and share personal exchanges based on the various
information congregated through booth exhibitions, PTs, showcases and seminars. Furthermore, this is an event where you
can meet domestic and international presenters and proceed specific negotiation for exchanges.
**Lunch Meeting on the 12th of October supported by the Canadian Embassy in Seoul Korea.
the 13th of October supported by the Korean Performing Arts Festivals.
● Closing
Party
October 14 Saturday 10pm | Somerset Palace Seoul
A party to conclude four days of PAMS 2006 and expect next year reconfirming possibilities of exchanges between domestic
and international performing arts and expecting the more developed future in 2007. Welcom all participants at PAMS 2006.
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Organized by
CID-UNESCO Korea Chapter
Hosted by
Organizing Committee of SIDance 2006
SIDance2006
The 9th Seoul International Dance Festival
www.sidance.org
Dancing out of the box-tear down
your expectation!
SIDance 2006 proudly presents enchanting worldwide dance
collections. Indulge yourself by joining 16 days of fantastic
journey to dance enriched with array of cultural treats from
digital art to African music, salsa to Stravinsky, Hungarian
literature to hip hop. Soak up the off-limit dance vibe.
Feel the difference!
Ticket Information
Organizing Committee of SIDance 2006
www.sidance.org 02-3216-1185
Ticketlink www.ticketlink.co.kr 1588-7890
Interpark www.interpark.com 1544-1555
Club balcony www.clubbalcony.com 02-751-9607~10
Theater YONG www.cfnmk.or.kr 1544-5955 (Compagnie Käfig only)
★ Schedule
Oct. 10~Oct. 25
2006
Seoul Arts Center|Hoam Art Hall|LIG Art Hall
National Theater of Korea|Theater YONG
Supported by
Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Arts Council Korea, Korea Foundation, Korea
Foundation Cultural Center, Seoul Metropolitan Government and Business AgencySeoul Help Center for Foreigners, Korea National Tourism Organization, AFAA, British
Council, Festival Montpellier Danse, National Arts Council Singapore, Singapore Arts
Festival, Agency for Cultural Affairs in Japan, España Cooperación Cultural Exterior,
Ambassade de France en Corée, Embassy of Finland-Seoul, Embassy of Spain-Seoul,
South African Embassy-Seoul, Embassy of Israel-Seoul, Japan Foundation-Seoul,
Samsung Life Insurance, Hoam Art Hall, artsmuseum.org
* The performance of Compagnie Käfig is co-organized by Theater YONG & SIDance
* The performance of An Evening of Contemporary Ballet Ⅴ is co-organized by
Universal Ballet & SIDance
* The performances at LIG Art Hall are co-hosted by LIG Art Hall and SIDance
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