지하 Underground Queer Performance at the Hi Seoul Festival

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TKQ and his boyfriend had a beautiful date tonight. We went to the Hi Seoul Festival and saw some pretty fantastic performances and also noticed a queer performance that will take place Saturday and Sunday night.


Here's Hi Seoul Festival's blurb:
Let your curiosity guide you, then you will find yourself seating in a bar deeply rooted at the forgotten corner of Seoul, the Underground. Drinks after drinks, a love story is told by the bar crews who turn into a seemingly sloppy band. However, their musical harmony transcends boundaries, culture, language and gender. First envisaged by director Jeremy Neideck, and performed by Motherboard Productions, presents live music blended with magical story telling. The stage after the performance is turned into a bar opened to everybody along with special guests in the theater.
Created by a team of Australian and Korean artists, this queer, traveling, underground venue finally opens in Seoul after three sell-out seasons in Australia.


Performances should always turn into bars... 지하 Underground will continue running for the rest of the weekend at 9 pm on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, including directions to the location, check out Hi Seoul's website. And if you are there Sunday night, keep your eyes peeled for a blond and his beautiful Korean boyfriend. If you recognize me, say hi!