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Another punk band bids farewell

The drummer of hardcore punk band Hwanza is returning to the U.S., so the band is playing what is likely its final show this Saturday at Orange Studio.

Also playing are hardcore bands the Kitsches and Swan Eater, plus garage wrestling punk band The 1234-Dah! And the infamous hardcore band Yuppie Killer will also have a one-off reunion.

The show starts at 6:30 p.m. and costs 5,000 won. Visit fb.com/hwanzamcv for more information.


WhiteLies salutes various professions

You can be anything you want: TV anchor, secretary, astronaut and more. WhiteLies Burlesque Revue presents "Werk It!" a burlesque show giving performers the chance to try out a naughty version of these professions in front of an audience.

The show starts Saturday at 10 p.m. in View 33 Itaewon. Entry costs 10,000 won. Visit fb.com/wl.burlesque for more information.


Fishing in North Korea

The Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch holds a lecture next Tuesday on North Korea's maritime geography, its developmental strategies and current state as marginal, half-remembered sites suffering institutional neglect, overfishing and climate change.

Robert Winstanley-Chesters, a geographer, lecturer and researcher, will examine North Korea's fishing industry through historical, political, regional and local scale lenses.

The lecture will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 27 in the second-floor lounge of Somerset Palace in downtown Seoul. All are welcome. Non-members pay 10,000 won and students pay 5,000 won. Visit raskb.com for more information.


Another punk band bids farewell

The drummer of hardcore punk band Hwanza is returning to the U.S., so the band is playing what is likely its final show this Saturday at Orange Studio.

Also playing are hardcore bands the Kitsches and Swan Eater, plus garage wrestling punk band The 1234-Dah! And the infamous hardcore band Yuppie Killer will also have a one-off reunion.

The show starts at 6:30 p.m. and costs 5,000 won. Visit fb.com/hwanzamcv for more information.


WhiteLies salutes various professions

You can be anything you want: TV anchor, secretary, astronaut and more. WhiteLies Burlesque Revue presents "Werk It!" a burlesque show giving performers the chance to try out a naughty version of these professions in front of an audience.

The show starts Saturday at 10 p.m. in View 33 Itaewon. Entry costs 10,000 won. Visit fb.com/wl.burlesque for more information.


Fishing in North Korea

The Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch holds a lecture next Tuesday on North Korea's maritime geography, its developmental strategies and current state as marginal, half-remembered sites suffering institutional neglect, overfishing and climate change.

Robert Winstanley-Chesters, a geographer, lecturer and researcher, will examine North Korea's fishing industry through historical, political, regional and local scale lenses.

The lecture will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 27 in the second-floor lounge of Somerset Palace in downtown Seoul. All are welcome. Non-members pay 10,000 won and students pay 5,000 won. Visit raskb.com for more information.




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