You’re invited to an evening on the museum! The ROM After Darkish returns this month with an after-hours celebration of Korean artwork, tradition, and music.
Excellent news for all you Ok-pop followers, as a result of the South Korean boy band P1Harmony shall be taking the stage on the museum. All six members — Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul, and Jongseob — shall be there to carry out their hit songs, together with their debut observe “SIREN.”
You’ll additionally get to get pleasure from a mesmerizing efficiency from HAVOC Dance Crew, a co-ed Ok-Pop dance staff based mostly within the GTA.
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There may even be Ok-pop dance classes and dwell DJ units, in addition to Korean calligraphy classes the place you may be taught to put in writing your title and Korean greetings with a brush pen.
Plus you’ll get to get pleasure from scrumptious, theme-inspired meals and drinks, comparable to a Korean tea tasting with a licensed tea sommelier.
Guests will get to expertise the sounds of conventional Korean music and watch a number of unimaginable Korean animation shorts.
And you’ll’t go away with out dressing up and snapping photographs on the Hanbok selfie station, a conventional costume that’s worn on particular events.
Tickets to ROM After Darkish embody entry to the primary and second flooring of the museum. Nonetheless, the Incredible Beasts™: The Surprise of Nature exhibition will not be included.
In keeping with The ROM, this month-to-month 19+ occasion contains a vary of “experiential actions, curated music, visible arts, pop-up performances, and distinctive food and drinks, designed for adults in search of a enjoyable, art-driven evening out.”
Whether or not you’re an professional in Ok-culture or wish to uncover it for the primary time, that is the place it’s essential to be.
ROM After Darkish: Ok-Tradition
When: September 16, 2022 7:30 pm
The place: Royal Ontario Museum