Cornell's Korean Language program celebrates 30 years

By: Vivian Fan,  Cornell Daily Sun
September 26, 2019

With the help of dancers in elaborate hanbok gowns and hip-hop groups performing popular k-pop dance routines, the Korean Language Program celebrated its 30th anniversary last Friday in Klarman Hall.

The celebration featured performances from student dance groups such as E-motion, LOKO, Hanchum and Korean percussion group Shimtah. It also presented the documentary Looking Back, Moving Forward, created by JT Miller ’21 and Sophia Lee ’22, which showcased the journey of the department.

Learn more at https://cornellsun.com/2019/09/25/korean-language-program-now-with-record-high-enrollment-celebrates-30th-birthday-with-music-and-dance/.

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