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March Organization Spotlight: KUSA’s Culture Night

The Korean Undergraduate Student Association (KUSA) hosted it’s most anticipated annual event, KUSA Culture Night (KCN), on Friday, March 26th, 2010 in the Union Ballroom. Audience members flooded into the ballroom within minutes as soon as the doors opened at 7pm. UT students, family and friends sat down with their KCN program anxiously waiting for the event to start.

Immediately, band Batteries Not Included began performing after being introduced by MC Logan Park. Their music and vocals moved the crowd and gave KCN a fantastic start. Other performances following included UT Tae Kwon Do, Grace Lee’s spoken word about Liberty in North Korea, FSA’s cultural dance, and many amazing vocal acts. To get the audience involved, a Korean drama competition also took place to see who could guess the most drama titles based on their synopsis. Korean dramas are widely popular in the asian community. Showing off their Korean culture, Sorihorn played traditional Korean instruments for the audience, drum sounds echoing throughout the room. The final act of the night was none other than KUSA’s beloved dance crew (KDC). Well known at UT, KDC did not disappoint. Dancing to many popular Korean songs while incorporating them in a skit, KDC got the whole crowd involved and ended KCN with a bang (See video of performance below).

KUSA Dance Crew @ KCN

After the show, people went downstairs outside to the Union Patio for free authentic Korean food, a lot of which was made by the KUSA officers. The massive line snaked through the entire patio, but many did not mind the wait. They were satisfied by their plates being filled with sushi, Bulgogi, Korean pancakes, and much more.

The purpose of KCN is to show traditional and modern Korean culture and to entertain with various talents and performances. KUSA accomplished this goal this past Friday, making  this year’s KCN yet another success!

Be sure to look for future KUSA events.

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Written by Gary Hwu

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