The King's Language

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A historical, rhythmic one-act told through sound, visuals and movement—‘The King's Language' paints the political turmoil inciting a Korean king's search for the empowerment of his people. Served in English with a side of Korean, all pickled in funk.

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In “The King's Language,” writer/director Chris Yejin, has presented the Fringe with an entertaining and intelligent little history lesson of King Sejong (1397 – 1450), who ruled Korea for 42 years. And like the 2005 Korean film "King and the Clown" and like "King Lear," in this work, wisdom is gained by listening to the “Fool.”

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


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In “The King's Language,” writer/director Chris Yejin, has presented the Fringe with an entertaining and intelligent little history lesson of King Sejong (1397 – 1450), who ruled Korea for 42 years. And like the 2005 Korean film "King and the Clown" and like "King Lear," in this work, wisdom is gained by listening to the “Fool.”

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review