Fans

By Allana Wooley

During the last week of school before winter break my school had Club Day, where each of the clubs could create games, food, and crafts for teachers to try in the morning and classes and individuals could perform for each other in the afternoon. The majority of the performances at my all-girls' high school were silly skits mimicking ubiquitous commercials or carefully rehearsed K-Pop dance routines. The general roar of laughter and applause was silenced the moment 2-7 took the stage, donned in hanbok and holding fans. They performed a really beautiful dance to "Arirang" that ended with a standing ovation. They were, of course, awarded first place by the panel of judges.

During the last week of school before winter break my school had Club Day, where each of the clubs could create games, food, and crafts for teachers to try in the morning and classes and individuals could perform for each other in the afternoon. The majority of the performances at my all-girls’ high school were silly skits mimicking ubiquitous commercials or carefully rehearsed K-Pop dance routines. The general roar of laughter and applause was silenced the moment 2-7 took the stage, donned in hanbok and holding fans. They performed a really beautiful dance to “Arirang” that ended with a standing ovation. They were, of course, awarded first place by the panel of judges.