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Air Force Band Plays at Rural Primary Schools

On May 1, 150 members of the Korean Air Force band held their first-ever concert at Sanchung Primary School, in the foothills of Mount Chiri. The band also performed at Naesoo Primary School in nearby Mount Songni.

The band played ten songs at each concert, including "Baby Dinosaur Dooly," the theme song of a popular cartoon, and "Change," a hit song currently on the Korean pop charts.

The peformance was followed by a parade, a sing-along, and a dance party. The students also had a chance to learn about and play the band's instruments.

The Air Force band plans to give ten more concerts at primary schools in rural areas.
 



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