Arts & Living
Itaewon Winery to Hold Special Comedy Night
At Kabinett Wine Bar in Itaewon Sunday May 18, 2008
By Elise Yoon
BH Productions and the Spotlight Comedy Club Seoul will be hosting American comedians James Gleason and Alycia Cooper in a special event at the Kabinett Wine Bar in Itaewon for one night only on Sunday May 18, 2008. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:00 p.m.James Gleason, also known as "The Cowboy Comedian," has appeared on the show "Last Comic Standing." Alycia Cooper has made numerous television appearances and recently landed her first film role in the movie Knocked Down and will star in the upcoming Party Psychic.Tickets are 35,000 won and entry comes with one free drink. There will also be a specially discounted food, wine, and beer menu.Directions: Itaewon Station, Subway Line No. 6. Go out Exit No. 2, walk for approximately five to seven minutes. Kabinett Wine Bar is on your left, on the second floor, next to the Itaewon Hotel and across from the Cheil Building. (Go to www.kabinett.co.kr for detailed map. Parking available.)For more information contact BH Productions at 016-695-4624 or 019-802-2474. Reservations are recommended and can be made only by Email at: email@example.comFor more on events for foreigners in Korea, visit www.korea4expats.com
|Alycia Cooper— Featured in Essence Magazine as "one to watch," stand-up comedienne Alycia Cooper wrote the "Top 10's" for the #1 radio show in LA, "The Steve Harvey Morning Show." She has also written for the likes of Russell Simmons, of Def Jam fame. Alycia has been a featured comic on BET's "Comicview," NBC's "The Last Comic Standing," and Comedy Central's "Wanda Does It."|
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Elise Jong-Eun Yoon is serving as a staff reporter of The Seoul Times. She studied telecommunications at Michigan State University in the US. She covers the diplomatic community, travel industry, and other cultural events. Her hobbies include listening to music and swimming.