Choreography: Jin Ho Lim, Kyung Gu Lee, Kyung Min Ji
Dancer: Kyung Min Ji
Music: Ludovico Einaudi, Yoon Seung Cho
Duration: 20 min.
Who is he? Do I know him? Why is he greeting to me? People usually do not figure out me when I wear the glasses. Is he my close acquaintance? I would change my glasses into horn rimmed one. Even though this pair of glasses has been useful to disguise myself, it doesn't work anymore. But, I am relieved. He just leaves after greeting. If he embraces me when asking “How have you been?”, my liquid eyes would start wavering.
My behavior would be awkward. Out of awkwardness, my tongue would move fast, making my mouth watery. It seems that every part of my body mocks at my effort to stop this conversation. The man standing in front of me would regard me as a man of failure. Striding through people in this field is still painful to me. Rather than expanding my perspective, it would be better to expand the size of my gut by indulging Chinese food. Shit.
Bewitch people with unusual strength and skills, play mischievous tricks, and show perverse behavior – Korean traditional monster, goblin, is the symbol of Goblin Party, performing nationally and internationally since it’s foundation in 2007. Goblin Party is comprised of artists who can both choreograph and dance. Goblin Party places emphasis on communication and is interested in making a piece that would extend the audiences’ vision.