DASMUSICALKAT

Kat of the Musicals

And now what do I have to say about seeing Das Musical Rebecca in Korea? Especially seeing as I saw it on my birthday!? Sylvester Levay Originally posted on Hello Asia. — Das Musical Rebecca is just what you’d expect from a Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay musical – it’s dark, it’s romantic, it has strong …

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What do I have to say about seeing Das Musical Rudolf in Korea? 😀 😀 😀 Frank Wildhorn ❤ ❤ ❤ Originally posted on Hello Asia. — The Crown Prince Rudolf – The Musical is one of the most beautiful, moving and emotional musicals that I have ever had the privilege of watching. By the …

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One of my favourite things about Korea is definitely the shopping. Normally when I say that people are like “oh is it really super cheap?” and to be honest that aspect of it is kind of just normal (well compared to Australian prices) but there’s just soo much more variety (SOOO MUCH MORE) and everything about the …

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Have you ever been to a production in a completely different language where you have almost zero idea of what’s going on but somehow it’s still just as intriguing? That was Goowoonmong for me. I do really wish I could have understood it all, because it sounded like an absolutely fascinating murder mystery thriller play, …

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I’m back with a new tip, one that is little known but oh so amazing. Picture this: your last day in Korea and your flight is later that night. Your hotel checkout is 10am in the morning and you don’t want to spend your whole day hanging around the airport, or being worried about picking …

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Let’s be real, sometimes you just need some Budae-jjigae. Or some “throw-in-everything-delicious” jjigae as I like to call it. For a bit of history Budae-jjigae is also called Army Base Stew. After the Korean War food was scarce and so people merged the traditional jjigae with surplus food items from the US military bases, like spam …

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Continuing with posting my Arts-watching repertoire… ^.^ This review was originally posted on Hello Asia!  — Excitement builds from the very moment the orchestra starts playing the overture for the Korean production of 42nd Street. The crowd is already clapping along as the curtain rises ever so slightly from the stage to reveal countless pairs of synchronised tapping …

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Now this is one that I managed to get a LOT of experience in, ha. I think I ended up going to around 10 musical performances while I was in Seoul? If only I could have fitted in more… I could go on & on about this, since Korean musicals are one of my favourite …

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What better way to start Phase 2 than with my number 1, my most important production that I have seen, the incredible Dracula in Korea. I was lucky enough to be invited to the Press Conference for Dracula, which is part of what made it so special. The only international media! They even wrote about me in the …

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