Approachable yet thought-provoking – and thoroughly enjoyable for newcomers to and veterans Both of contemporary dance – “A Man’s Requiem” explores the powerful notion of a sinner’s judgment day. It’s a modern, ritualistic expression of the Korean Buddhist / Christian belief system you will not want to miss.
A Man’s Requiem premiered at the World Festival of National Theaters in Korea and has successfully toured extensively Through nine Countries and South Korea and the United States.
KIM Yong Chul’s Seop Dance Company was established in 1992 by choreographer Kim Yong Chul and is rooted in Korean traditional dance. It’s mission is to make more creative Korean contemporary dance for International audiences.