1. Production: Salad Theater 2013 (salad.or.kr)
    Writer & Director: Kyongju Park (kyongjupark.com)

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  2. Production: Salad Theater 2015 (salad.or.kr)
    Writer & Director: Kyongju Park (kyonhjupark.com)

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  3. Date: 8 pm on July 17th ~ 18th, 2012
    Place: Seoul Art Space Mullae Box Theater, Seoul station, live broadcasting through the web (undergroundartchannel.net), Mae Sod thailand, Sendai Japan.
    Duration: 90 min.
    Co-production: Salad, Seoul Marginal Theatre Festival
    Planning: Kyongju Park
    Writing/Directing/Video Editing: Kyongju Park
    Choreography: Yuko Kaseki
    Media director: Sungsuk Suk
    Music director: Sato Yukie
    Coordinator: Kyoung-hee Lim (Sendai, Japan), Mawoongjeo (Measot, Thailand), Dasima Preup (Seoul, Korea)
    Light director: Jae-sung Lee
    Make-up: Terra Hoyoo
    Translation: Hayan Jeon
    Technical staff: Dong-myoung Park, Seul-gi Kim , Hyongwoo Lee, Chulwoo Park, Sangsuk Goh
    PR: Song-i Han, Hyoung-ju Park
    Documentary Video & Photography: Yuko Kaseki, Kyongju Park, Gwangsoo Kim, Kyoung-hee Lim, Mawoongjeo, Dasima Preup, Tsendsuren Bayarsaikhan
    Advisor: Hae-ryong An (documentary Photographer), Seong-in Kim (secretary general, NANCEN), Joon-seong Han (researcher, Institute of Peace & Unity)
    Sponsor: Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, AMC Project of Underground Art Channel, ThaByae, NANCEN

    Cast: Kyoung-hee Lim (a third-generation Korean Japanese), Mawoongjeo (a refugee residing in Korea), Bok-ju Kim (artist defected from North Korea), Lorna De Mateo, Dasima Preup, Band Kopchangjeongol (Sato Yukie, Ito Koki, Akai Kojiro), Kyongju Park, Sookbata Sarangerel, Arionjargal Namgerel, Myeong-hee Kim, students of Tohoku Joseon School in Sendai, Japan(Seungdae Kim, Seeah Lee, Eunah Gang, Gangsil Seuh, Yunwha Jo, Gyuleui Choi, Suchul Tae, Deasim Lee, Euwha Kim), Myanmar Jamoojja Ethnic School in Maesot of Thailand(Kyaw Win Tun, LwinMyo, Aung Htet Naung, Zay Zay Kyaw Oo, Kyaw Htay, Min Khine Nyein, Zin Ko Oo, Thein Min Soe, Ya Min Nanda Zaw, Phyu Sin Oo, Ya Min Htwe, Lae Lae Htoo, Tha Zin Ko Ko, Myat Ei Soe, Aye Chan Thu, Hnin Ei Shone, Sanda Cho), and Mongolia School in Korea (Dulguun Telmuun, Altankhuyag, Chinbaatar, Khulan, Buyantogtokh, Bat~Amgalan, Batbuyan, Sanchir, Bilguun)

    Future Story started in the Seoul station at 3 pm on April 25th. At that time, Salad planned to do guerilla performance in the Seoul station as a result of a creative workshop with a theme of 'refugee.' However, accidently, North Korea's broadcasting towards the South that the military action will start within 3~4 minutes for celebrating the 80th anniversary of the national foundation was aired through the MBN news on the central TV monitor in the Seoul station when members of Salad arrived to prepare for performance. Participants suddenly felt fear that they would become refugees. The performance was canceled and the play was done in the road. The director continued the second, third, and fourth workshops with students of Tohoku Joseon School located in Sendai, Japan, Burmese Ethnic School in Maesot of Thailand, and Mongolia School in Korea. finishes as the guerilla performance canceled in the Seoul Station is shown through the Seoul Marginal Theater Festival 2012 and lively broadcasted with refugees of Japan, Thailand, and Korea.

    The Series of Unrespected Death' (plan/writing/directing: Kyongju Park)' refocusing on migration and death has dealt with stories of Korean miners dispatched to Germany, foreign migrant workers in the Yeosu Detention Center, and one migrant woman who died after international marriage like human trafficking. The series that migrant people themselves, not professional actors, have told their stories on the stage will close its theatrical experiment with refocusing on the issue of 'refugees' and 'people in a marginal line.' is a kind of road play that play, movie, and public art are combined. The director goes a road trip with a camera to meet people in a marginal line in Sendai of Japan hit by tsunami and a Myanmar refugee camp in Thailand.

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  4. Production: Theater SALAD (salad.or.kr)
    Writer/ Director: Kyongju Park (kyongjupark.com)
    Choreography: Yuko Kaseki
    Music: Wolfgang in der Wiesche
    Media diretor: Sungsuk Suk
    Stage & Costume Design: Kyongju Park
    Cast: Lorna de matheo, Dashima Prub, Gewha Kim, Byungsun Rue, Ariun Jargal
    Duration: 90min.
    Premiere: 2011.Mai. 22. (Box Theatre of Seoul Art Space_ MULLAE)
    Supported by Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture
    Light director: Jae-sung Lee
    Make-up: Terra Hoyoo
    Translation: Hayan Jeon

    “Ran’s diary”, an experimental theatre, shows how painful and unstable life a Vietnam woman lived in Korea where understanding of other cultures lacks and paternalism is prevalent through her diary that she had written before she died. By doing so, the theatre tries to tell stories of migrant women who died after they came to Korea. Diverse instruments such as music, performance, objet, video, and recording are used in the theatre but it will not show any images of ‘oppressed persons’ such as ‘poor woman’ or ‘victim.’ Rather, ‘Ran’s diary’ discloses how ‘fantasy of men’ and ‘fantasy of women’ are entangled with each other under anti social system, ‘marriage through international brokerage like human trafficking,’ in Korean society.

    Synopsis
    Ran, a friend of Chaw, was killed by an accident. However, the police conclude that Ran committed suicide without reasonable investigation and Chaw cannot accept their conclusion. Chaw discovers Ran’s diary while arranging her stuff. After reading her diary, Chaw thinks Ran did not commit suicide. She starts lonely fight for finding out cause of Ran’s death but nobody understands her. After reading Ran’s diary, she finds out that what life Ran had lived before she died. However, unfortunately, Ran stopped writing a diary three days before she died.

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  5. - Production: Salad Theater (salad.or.kr)
    - Premiere: 4th Sep. 2010 (The 12th Seoul Marginal Theatre Festival )
    - Place: Daehakro Arts Theater_Small Hall
    - Duration: 90 minutes
    - Writer & Director: Kyongju Park (kyongjupark.com)
    - Music: Wolfgang in der Wiesche
    - Media Director: Sungsuk Suk
    - Assistant Director: Jihye Yu
    - Documentary Video: Kyongju Park, Kyaw Naiong, Minsung Chun
    - Stage Design & Property : Hakggwun Lee, Hyungjung Cho
    - Makeup: Tara Hoyu
    - Media Assistant: Sangsuk Go
    - Translation: Minsung Chun, Hayan Chun
    - Cast: Jingui Hua (China), Purev Dashmaa (Mongol), Vijay Gurung (Nepal), Lorna de Mateo (the Philippines), Bimala Shresta (Nepal) and other special guests 3 (2 Survivors of Fire in Yeosu Foreigners' Detention Center, Ahn Hyun-Sook- Lead counsellor for aftereffects of the Yeosu fire survivors, Minsung Chun- Reporter of Multi-Cultural Salad TV)

    Introduction

    Yeosu, Beginning, Middle and the End, Creative Artists' Group, Salad's Unrespected Deaths Series Ⅱ, deals with the fire in Yeosu Foreigners' Detention Center on February 11, 2007. The fire killed ten migrant workers and injured 17, and the play covers the episodes from right after the fire until when the bereaved families and the injured finished their compensation negotiation and left Korea.

    The play, interlaced with different characters' testimonies and assertions with the background of abstract space of memories, asks the audience what is the truth of the accident. While there are many people who were shocked at the accident and visited the funeral hall for the truth of the tragedy, the truth of the accident is still in a veil of mystery. The play does not tell the audience what is the truth of the Yeosu fire tragedy. It only makes them imagine what is the direction and images of the truth. Proceeded in experimental languages, the play is presented in multi-languages in order to make the participation of migrants conspicuous.

    During its premiere, the play also invited those survivors of the Yeosu fire who dramatically survived the tragedy but lead difficult lives suffering from aftereffects of the fire to the stage. They spoke about their experiences and opinions during the performance and received favorable comments from the audience.

    Also, the video documents which Salad TV had recorded for two months after the fire were first disclosed through the performance.

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kyongju park working as a writer and director with trans cultural performing arts group SALAD in Korea.

Salad is a cultural and performing arts group which was founded in 2009 to pursue a true cultural diversity through communication between local…


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kyongju park working as a writer and director with trans cultural performing arts group SALAD in Korea.

Salad is a cultural and performing arts group which was founded in 2009 to pursue a true cultural diversity through communication between local residents and migrants beyond their cultural differences. It pioneers a new area in terms of performance art by holding exhibitions and multicultural workshops, and demonstrating performances to overcome an old-fashioned concept of trans-culturalism. Major social services that Salad provides include education about the international society, performance to improve public awareness of transi-culturalism, and art and cultural education program,

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