I am posting this for a friend: My unni plays gayageum , a traditional stringed Korean instrument. She is holding a concert with some of her colleagues next month. Enjoy traditional Korean music in the traditional way. Experience a night of music and entertainment fit for royalty. Only 20 tickets available. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. To buy tickets, call or message 010 3491 2250. Tickets cost 20,000원. If you buy two or more 15,000원. Where: 경기도 수원시 팔달구 화서동 344-65 When: Friday, November 21 at 8pm. No need to worry about directions, someone will meet you at the subway station! Just get yourself to Hwaseo Station (Line 1) and then contact 010-3491-2250! The performance is gayageum sanjo , forest and folk song. After the performance you will have the chance to try playing traditional Korean instruments. This is a great opportunity for you! You shouldn't miss it! While you are in Suwon, check out Suwon Galbi Story for dinner! http://ea
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