■ We're waiting for the approaching spring!
Shedding the image that a March 1st Movement celebration concert is going to be boring, and full of obvious teachings, and instead have a fun performance that will also be touching, and full of love for Incheon. The story is important, but we have added plenty of elements for fun so that children and adults can enjoy the performance.
■ A collaboration performance of Incheon Art, back in 12 years!
After the 2007 musical 'The Ocean's Door', <The World I Dreamt of, a Hundred Years Ago> is an Incheon Art performance of 12,000!
On a beautiful moonlit night by the sea, the girls are running towards the stars. "Let's swim to that star" girl Lansa's asked the other girls. Suddenly a big whale appears, saying that he will carry the girl Lansa on her back and fly to the sky and take her to the stars.
Coming back from 10 years of studying in the U.S., Kim re-emerged with a whale that had made her dream as a child.
Then suddenly, a storm breaks out and a pirate ship with toads appears. The toads kill the whales and the sea sinks into darkness.
Kim Ran-sa beats the storm and lights the lanterns up high.
Kim Lan-sa, who started teaching his students at Ewha School, said, "I'm not going to let the men who criticize the education of new women, but I'm not going to let the Japanese go.
I am frustrated by the hypocrisy of the world's powers. But the women of Joseon who wanted to be taught by themselves, and the women who wanted to be taught by themselves, said, "I want to light a lamp in my life like a teacher."
While meeting his disciple Yoo Gwan-soon and others, he realizes that the way to save women and their country is to reveal the world.
Meanwhile, Emperor Gojong, who failed to dispatch the Hague envoy, summoned Kim Lan-sa to attend the Paris Peace Conference and established an exiled government in China in recognition of Joseon's independence.
burn one's will to regain the sovereignty of the country Kim Lan-sa, who was at odds between education and independence movement, chooses to go to Paris for her country's independence.
At the train station to Paris where she chose to risk her life, Kim will again be interrupted by toads and witness the deaths of her husband and women who helped her.
Kim Lan-sa chants for Korea's independence while being chased by toads.