Korean Christmas Magic Scheduled

Our perusal of the Korean Herald was rewarded amply
this morning. 

The magic article surprised us because it was so candid in its
evaluation of the magicians involved in the multi-venue show.  We won’t
repeat the evaluations here but you can check the link.

There was a great article on something we’ll post to our
other (non-magic) web site: Today’s Pacific Rim Insect News .Com. 

The more magic-related article was headlined “Magicians to bring Christmas Magic to Venues.” 

[There’s a whole Fresh Fish Sold Here Today trick to be made around this headline but we ran out of paper].

The magicians will perform in three venues in the coming month. 

The Herald notes “Lee Eun-kyul and Choi Hyun-wu (pictured), two of the most
popular young magicians whose rivalry has contributed a great deal to
the growth of local magic industry in recent years, will present
separate magic show stages.”

The second place winner of FISM 2003, a renowned
international magic contest in the Netherlands, Lee Eun-kyul is once
again ready to enrapture his fans as he presents “Lee Eun-kyul In
Dreams,” a live magic show at Hanjeon Art Center, southern Seoul, from
Dec. 12 to Jan. 1.

Also noted for his handsome appearance, the 24-year-old Lee will
cast spells on audience members with tricks from his new repertoire
including illusion magic, mind reading magic tricks and many more, as
well as his specialty close-up magic tricks.

Mike Michaels, the world’s one and only “mechanical magician” who
combines mechanical engineering with magic show, will also appear on
the stage. Tickets are 50,000 to 150,000 won.

Read the full article at The Korean Herald for a rather candid review of each magician’s weaknesses and strengths.

 

Our perusal of the Korean Herald was rewarded amply
this morning. 

The magic article surprised us because it was so candid in its
evaluation of the magicians involved in the multi-venue show.  We won’t
repeat the evaluations here but you can check the link.

There was a great article on something we’ll post to our
other (non-magic) web site: Today’s Pacific Rim Insect News .Com. 

The more magic-related article was headlined “Magicians to bring Christmas Magic to Venues.” 

[There’s a whole Fresh Fish Sold Here Today trick to be made around this headline but we ran out of paper].

The magicians will perform in three venues in the coming month. 

The Herald notes “Lee Eun-kyul and Choi Hyun-wu (pictured), two of the most
popular young magicians whose rivalry has contributed a great deal to
the growth of local magic industry in recent years, will present
separate magic show stages.”

The second place winner of FISM 2003, a renowned
international magic contest in the Netherlands, Lee Eun-kyul is once
again ready to enrapture his fans as he presents “Lee Eun-kyul In
Dreams,” a live magic show at Hanjeon Art Center, southern Seoul, from
Dec. 12 to Jan. 1.

Also noted for his handsome appearance, the 24-year-old Lee will
cast spells on audience members with tricks from his new repertoire
including illusion magic, mind reading magic tricks and many more, as
well as his specialty close-up magic tricks.

Mike Michaels, the world’s one and only “mechanical magician” who
combines mechanical engineering with magic show, will also appear on
the stage. Tickets are 50,000 to 150,000 won.

Read the full article at The Korean Herald for a rather candid review of each magician’s weaknesses and strengths.

 

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