Friday brought even more culture to campus. The KASA brought traditional Korean drumming, jump kicks and punches, and non-stop beat boxing to Tech Auditorium.
More than 300 students attended the annual event hosted by the Korean American Student Association.
The show started off with traditional Korean dance from a Chicago dance group. Students performers from NU Taekwando and Refresh Dance Group also took the stage.
KASA brings celebrities out to the show too. This year’s performance featured current Canadian beatbox champion, Korean FX and rising hip-hop artist Lydia Pake.
KASA organizers say they were impressed by the turnout and retention.
"During intermission you have a lot of people that might leave because they might already have seen an act that they came to see whereas this year, you have acts after the intermission that gave people further incentive to stay," said KASA Vice President, Daniel Koo.
If you missed this year’s show, you will have to wait a whole year for the next performance. There is only one KASA show each spring.