The second of the Jeju National Museum’s cultural event series this year will see a performance by fusion band Coreyah, a band known for combining modern and Korean traditional music. The group’s six members play instruments as varied as: guitar, Korean traditional flutes, percussion and the Korean six-stringed geomungo.
Attendees can expect folk-style music with an emphasis on the harmonious interplay between the instruments. The Korean traditional songs will include “Frog” — a song of a frog’s life away from its well — and “Asa Branca,” a cover version of a song by Brazilian artist Luiz Gonzaga.
Date/time: March 23. 6 p.m.
Location: Jeju National Museum. 17 Iljudong-ro, Jeju City.
Reservations (280 seats only): Tickets are available from the Web site www.yes24.com from 10 a.m., on March 19. (Number of tickets limited to four per person). Reservation fee per ticket is 1,000 won.
Note: There will be around 100 standing room only tickets available from the venue at around one hour prior to the performance.
Ticket price: free