Casey Soldiers get bang out of cultural orientation

By Pfc. Mardicio Barrot (USAG Red Cloud)July 28, 2010

DONGDUCHEON, South Korea - Casey Garrison Soldiers get a quick lesson in how to play traditional Korean farmer's music on the janggu (hourglass drum) and buk (barrel drum) from Kim Hung-rae, first leader of Dongducheon's Edam Pungmulnori group, during a stop at the Dongducheon Culture Center July 20. Thirty Soldiers participated in the free monthly half-day orientation tour of Dongducheon that visited a traditional market, Jajae Temple and the Freedom Protection Peace Museum before concluding with dinner at a Korean restaurant.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – DONGDUCHEON, South Korea - Casey Garrison Soldiers get a quick lesson in how to play traditional Korean farmer's music on the janggu (hourglass drum) and buk (barrel drum) from Kim Hung-rae, first leader of Dongducheon's Edam Pungmulnori group, during a stop at the Dongducheon Culture Center July 20. Thirty Soldiers participated in the free monthly half-day orientation tour of Dongducheon that visited a traditional market, Jajae Temple and the Freedom Protection Peace Museum before concluding with dinner at a Korean restaurant. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Mardicio Barrot (USAG Red Cloud)) VIEW ORIGINAL