Korean Culture Night (KCN) is dedicated to expressing and sharing the Korean Culture and continuing the great tradition of diversity on the UCLA campus. Our 100% student run organization has relentlessly pursued theatrical excellence and prepared an original night of theatre, dance, and music. Please join us in Royce Hall on April 7, 2022 as we pay homage to the people of our past and history.
What is Korean Culture Night (KCN)?
As one of the largest student-run productions at UCLA and the largest Korean student production in the country, KCN has strived to bring diversity to our campus for the past 24 years.
Held at UCLA’s historic Royce Hall
Entirely original script, design, music, choreography
Features modern dancing, poongmul (traditional Korean drumming), break dancing, and traditional Korean dancing
Funded and run by students
To continue a strong cultural legacy at UCLA.
From a small talent show to a large theatrical production, KCN has become the largest student-run Korean production in the United States. We want to keep this tradition alive and well on our campus and community
We Need Your Help to Make this Show Possible
We are dedicated to bringing the best cultural production possible to you! But, we can’t do it without your support.
This year, our large production will need set designs, costumes, stage equipment for filming, lighting, musical composers, and so much more. These are costs that add up quickly.
We want to keep this show free and open to the public, and we ask our entire community–from Los Angeles to Seoul–to help us crowdfund our performance, honor our parents, and keep our cultural traditions alive and well on campus.
Please make a donation today! We cannot bring this story to life at Royce Hall without your help.
Help us spread the world!
Please join us as we spread Korean culture to UCLA. Share #KCN2022 with your friends and family through Facebook and Instagram!
Thank you for your support!
We couldn’t have a student-run production like this without your generosity!