Partnering with the Korean American Historical Society, 'Bojagi: Unwrapping Korean American Identities' brings together diverse perspectives to explore and challenge what it means to be Korean American.
Partnering with the Korean American Historical Society, ‘Bojagi:
Unwrapping Korean American Identities’ brings together diverse perspectives to explore and challenge what it means to be Korean American.

“Words, Music And Kimchi” brings you a tiny slice of the amazing creativity and talent in Seattle’s Korean American community. It compliments the current Korean American exhibit “Bojagi: Unwrapping Korean American Identities” now on display at the Wing Luke Museum.

Participants include singer/song writer Daniel Damian Pak of the pop reggae band Kore Ionz, prose writer Soyon Im, poet Soya Jung, and the husband and wife translation team of Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton responsible for many contemporary Korean literary translations into English. Guest-curated by Alan Chong Lau. The event will take place in the theater. After the performance, there will be a pot luck of Korean snacks that all can share.

The event takes place on Thursday, April 2 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. inside the Tateuchi Story Theatre. Free. For details, visit wingluke.org or call (206) 623-5124.

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