Talent Shows at 2015 Korus Festival

Think you’ve got talent? KORUS Fest is giving you three opportunities to show it off….with the chance to win big prizes. Saturday September 19 Gaeyo Pop  Contest Sponsored by The Korea Times 1st Prize: plane ticket to Korea Sunday September 20 Talent Show

New Performer: Alan Z

Having lived in China, England, Singapore, a predominantly black neighborhood in Maryland, and a lily-white suburb in Seattle, Alan Z was oblivious to the concept of culture shock. His unique life experiences helped foster his creativity and individuality. He began writing short

New Performers: GMINI + Aaron

Paul Jeong, aka Gemini / GMNI, is an independent self-made rapper using YouTube to spread his music. In the past year, his subscriber count has quadrupled, and a recent video had over 20,000 views in the first month. A San Diego native,

Festival Volunteer Meeting – Sunday, Sept. 13

Calling All KORUS Volunteers! We have a volunteer meeting on Sunday, September 13 at 2:00 pm. The meeting will be held at Tyson’s Corner on the Plaza, 1516 Chain Bridge Road, Tyson’s Corner, VA.  You can park at the Parking Lot E Level

New Performer: Rapper Heesun Lee

Have you ever met a Korean Born, Female, Christian, Rapper/ Poet in your life? No, I didn't think so!. Even if you did, you've NEVER met one quite like HeeSun Lee. HeeSun Lee is an artist whose presence, talent and life story

Volunteers Needed for 815 Peace Concert – George Mason University

On August 15th, 2015 Korea celebrates 70 years of independence. To honor this special occasion, the Korean-American Association of Washington Metropolitan Area (KAAW) and George Mason University will hold a Peace concert featuring tradtitional Korean performances, music, fireworks and more at George

KORUS FESTIVAL 2015 IS LOOKING FOR TALENT!

Got talent? The KORUS Festival, one of greater Washington, DC’s community events, is searching for you. This two-day celebration honors the Korean American way of life, Korean heritage and culture, and the beauty of America’s diversity. Submit your three-minute video by August