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Korean folklore artists enthrals Gurgaon
A musical titled, 'The tiger with white eyebrows' was on display at IPSAA House in Sector 51, which was supported by Korean Cultural Center. The show was enjoyed by all and sundry present, including parents, children, corporate, diplomats along with the Director of Korean Cultural Center.
The artists put up a splendid show, where the singers from the Korean classical musical company, Taroo represented themselves into various other characters as well to enthral the audience.

In 2012, the piece received critical acclaim at the Keochang International Festival of Theatre. Taroo members enthralled play lovers through its Korean folktale, presented by its melodious singers and skilled musicians, playing traditional Korean musical instruments, claimed Anju Khanna from IPSAA, reported The Times of India.

Though, the number of people seated as audience during the show were not able to understand the language, but when the Korean artists played their traditional instruments, the language took a back seat as everyone started to enjoy the artistry at work.

Students normally do not get much chance to see such great artistry at work from foreign nationals, hence this show was a unique experience to many students and teachers alike, as they got a chance to understand about some Korean folklores and tales of other cultures.

"We were keen to expose the Korean musical to our students to see if morals and values from folklores and tales of other cultures could be instilled among children apart from the traditional ways of doing it in classrooms. The special screening hosted for the children was one of a kind where meeting foreign artists was an experience in itself for both the students and us," said a teacher from The Heritage School.

Apart from the aforementioned people in the audience, there were several underprivileged children from NGOs such as Tarang and Katha, who had a great time as well.

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