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South Korean dancers visit Vaucluse

Residents at Hall & Prior's Vaucluse Aged Care Home in Sydney's east enjoyed a morning of Korean culture recently with a group of South Korean dancers.
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Residents at Hall & Prior’s Vaucluse Aged Care Home were treated to a morning of singing and dancing when a group of South Korean dancers visited.

The dancers are volunteers who revel in displaying their native dancing to residents of various residential aged care homes. Vaucluse registered nurse Esther Oh knew of the dance group through her cultural connections in the community and invited them to come and share the experience with the residents.

The performance including singing from the group while they walked through the audience to meet and shake hands with all of the audience members. The dancers were extremely professional as well as kind and generous with their time as they stayed to chat with the home’s residents.

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