the famous nonverbal B-boy performance held in the world's first B-boy theater,
has been upgraded to "Kung Festival"!
•The purpose of
"Kung Festival" is to report the seriousness of school violence and
to prevent teenagers from the prevalent social phenomenon by suggesting the
main theme: Friendship and Reconciliation. The dynamic dancing and comic
storyline performed by the talented dancers of SJ Crew will drive you excited.
Listen to the "KUNG" sound (means "boom") made in your
heart! The friendship, reconciliation, and the energy of yongers will
touch your mind friendly and deeply as a universal language.
•We plan to constantly
upgrade this performance to provide the worldwide audience with the best
contents in quality. Also, we are staging "a traveling performance"
for local schools and social welfare facilities out of the B-boy theater.
Structure of 'Kung Festival'
Act 1 : Space of Dance
Dancers from all genres such as
B-Boy, Pop Pin, and Girls’ Hip Hop appear in their own characters and provide
the intro performance along with the splendid video background.
Act 2: Loneliness
he is being bullied at school by Mun-il day after day, but no one can complain to Mun-il.
Since one day, Mun-il gets fear of being treated same as he did it to Yun-tae
by class mates.
Act 3: On The
Yun-tae finds his talent at dancing by
Sik-nam's support and help and starts to
prepare for the school festival with his class mates. Mun-il, meanwhile, encounters a senior,
who bullied him around for a long time, and suffers from the same bullying with
Yun-tae. Sik-nam looks at the situation by accident
and realizes Mun-il is an ordinary boy just like him.
Act 4: Friendship and
is hard working to prepare for the festival with friends. Mun-il
shows disapproval of Yun-tae's participation and tries to pick a fight.
Class mates changes their attitude and rather prevent Yun-tae
from Mun-il. Mun-il runs out of the classroom with being
embarrassed. Sik-nam leads the group of boys and takes after Mun-il.
Act 5: The
Yun-tae, Mun-il, Sik-nam, and friends kick off the
celebration of the festival.
They dance altogether keeping in a
harmony and balance with each other, showing their friendship and
Tue~Fri : 8PM
Sat : 6PM
Sun & Public Holidays : 4PM
Age : For all ages
Running Time : 80min
Official Website : http://
Address:121-739 Samjin Building
Theater B1, 338-8 Seokyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea
1.Get off from Hong-ik University Station [Line 2 Green] Exit no. 9
2. Walk straight for 100m and turn left. Walk straight for about 200m again.
3. Turn left from the main gate of the Hongik University and walk straight for about 150m
4. Go to B1 of the Samjin Building. [B-Boy Theater]
Please note that there might be possibilities of ticket cancellation under certain circumstances. In case of tickets being all sold out, you may have to change your time, date or seats. As tickets are often sold out, it is a good idea to reserve well ahead.
Also we can only offer refunds for the cancellation made at least one day before the show. (Before 5pm Korean time) Total amount of the ticket price will be charged as cancellation fee if the request made after the time noticed.