The Korea Rousing Association of Art, in cooperation with the Cultural Affairs Office and Physical Education Department, staged a program titled “A Joint Cultural Performance” at the Adamson University Theater last January 31, 2009. Its aim was to promote a sturdy partnership between Korea and Adamson University through cultural exchange. Aside from the Korean performances, the P.E. Dance Troupe also did their own interpretations of Philippine folk dances.
Dr. Servillano T. Marquez, Jr., Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Education, gave the opening remarks while Mr. Kim Dae Jin, the Chairman of the Association, gave an inspiring partnership message and introduced the members of his group just before the much-awaited presentation. Philippine and Korean dances that amused the audience were the Korean Traditional Fan Dance, Ballet numbers like “Diana,” Modern Dances called “Traces,” “Scattered Memory,” and “Speeding,” Korean Dance titled “Love and Divorce,” and Philippine Folk Dances like “Karatong,” “Pandango sa Ilaw and Oasioas,” plus the Dance Sport “Rumba.”
Certificates of appreciation were distributed after the program. Khaye Ritual