Crazy for K-Culture

- August 21, 2023
| By : Tahir Bhat |

Indian playback singer Neeti Mohan and MUSTB set to perform at ‘Crazy for K-Culture’ Concert in Delhi

Neeti Mohan

Cultural celebration commemorating the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and India is set to take place at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium (JLN) in New Delhi.

The ‘Crazy for K-Culture‘ event is marked as a cultural union of diverse performances symbolising both Korea and India. Esteemed representatives from the Korean and Indian governments, along with enthusiasts of Korean culture and more, will gather marking it as the premier event of the year.

The event will bring together the vibrant cultures of both nations in an unprecedented showcase of music and dance.

As a reflection of the deep-rooted friendship and enduring cultural exchanges between Korea and India, this event aims to celebrate their shared journey and reinforce ties for future generations. A line-up of remarkable performances has been curated to captivate the audience and underscore the significance of the occasion.

Indian playback singer Neeti Mohan and rising K-Pop sensation MUSTB will grace the stage, captivating the audience with their extraordinary vocal prowess and magnetic stage presence. Their performances are set to exemplify the essence of both nations’ cultural dynamism and artistic expressions.

The event will kick off with an enchanting opening ceremony featuring a captivating trailer that encapsulates the essence of the two countries’ diplomatic journey. The program will also feature a K-POP cover dance showcasing the latest trends from the Korean music scene, followed by a thrilling breakdance performance by Indian artists. The stage will come alive with an energetic set by the K-POP group Girl Crush, adding a modern twist to the evening.

The grand finale will see all artists coming together for a mesmerising showcase, symbolising the unity and harmony shared between Korea and India.

Chang Jae-bok, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to India, expressed his excitement for the event, stating, “This event is a testament to the enduring friendship and collaborations between our two nations. Through the celebration of culture, we aim to strengthen the bridge between our societies and look forward to further fruitful exchanges in the years to come.”

When: 3:00 pm onwards; August 25,2023

Where: Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium (JLN) New Delhi