My time as a Nakwon Supporter has certainly been a highlight of my time in Korea to date. It was a wonderful chance to not only share my love of music and memories of the huge Nakwon Music Arcade, but also to meet and play alongside other musicians. Plus, making it into a newspaper for something other than my interest in the criminal JMS cult with its Hitler-praising serial rapist makes for a nice change, albeit a temporary one. 😉
Thanks to the Segye Newspaper for this photo spread. And rumor has it we’ll be on TV next Sunday night.
The first Nakwon Supporters program ended memorably with a short performance on Nakwon’s 4th-floor outdoor stage on Saturday, June 18. In attendance was a film crew from KBS TV who were recording for a documentary that will air on the evening of July 10. Stardom and fame, here we come! 😀 Continue reading “Performance at Nakwon!”
I have always enjoyed watching buskers perform, and I have been fortunate enough over the years to have seen some amazing musicians, magicians, and performers – plus a few real weirdos of course – just by walking down the right (or wrong) street at the right (or wrong) time.
Even when their performances weren’t exactly in line with my musical tastes, I respected the fact that they had the courage to share with complete and sometimes totally disinterested strangers the things they love doing. Regardless of the presence or absence of skills and talents, I was always envious of them and often imagined myself standing in their place, drawing a generous and huge crowd. Continue reading “Busking at Insadong by Nakwon Music Mall”