You’re invited to a night at the museum! The ROM After Dark returns this month with an after-hours celebration of Korean art, culture, and music.

Good news for all you K-pop fans, because the South Korean boy band P1Harmony will be taking the stage at the museum. All six members — Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul, and Jongseob — will be there to perform their hit songs, including their debut track “SIREN.”

You’ll also get to enjoy a mesmerizing performance from HAVOC Dance Crew, a co-ed K-Pop dance team based in the GTA.

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There will also be K-pop dance lessons and live DJ sets, as well as Korean calligraphy lessons where you can learn to write your name and Korean greetings with a brush pen.

Plus you’ll get to enjoy delicious, theme-inspired food and drinks, such as a Korean tea tasting with a certified tea sommelier.

Visitors will get to experience the sounds of traditional Korean music and watch several incredible Korean animation shorts.

And you can’t leave without dressing up and snapping photos at the Hanbok selfie station, a traditional dress that is worn on special occasions.


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 Tickets to ROM After Dark include access to the first and second floors of the museum. However, the Fantastic Beasts™: The Wonder of Nature exhibition is not included.

According to The ROM, this monthly 19+ event features a range of “experiential activities, curated music, visual arts, pop-up performances, and distinctive food and drink, designed for adults looking for a fun, art-driven night out.”

Whether you’re an expert in K-culture or would like to discover it for the first time, this is where you need to be.

ROM After Dark: K-Culture

When: September 16, 2022 7:30 pm
Where: Royal Ontario Museum