April 1, 2013 - 9:24pm
As Carolyn Kim prepares for her Korean drumming group's campus performance Sunday, she also prepares to become the group's new leader.

As a member of Cheon Ji In, a traditional Korean drumming group on campus, Carolyn Kim has found herself in a peculiar position.

The chemistry and forensic science sophomore is currently the sub-musical, which is second in command of the group. However while filling this role, she is simultaneously being groomed for the musical leader position she will fill next year when her predecessors graduate.

“It’s been pretty rough, but I’m getting used to it now finally,” Kim said of the transition. 

November 3, 2010 - 4:41pm

A Korean music and dance concert drew a large crowd of students to Grant Auditorium on Tuesday night. Some of the students obviously don’t frequent folk concerts – a few even had their laptops and cell phones out – but the pieces in this Department of Ethnomusicology-sponsored performance were stunning enough to halt many audience members mid-text.