The Limbo 1997

The desire to foster a refreshing outlet within the conservatively stereotypical Korean traditional dance community led Yanghee Lee to found a dance project group 'Limbo' in 1997. 

Through 'Limbo', she pursued experimental works of music, performance, and installation art in a creative, non-traditional theater setting as one of the 1st-generation of Korean independent artists. 

The Limbo subsequently held performances at “The Underground Club” and “Pang Club” from 1997 to 1999.  In 2001, Limbo performed with the underground band, “Jam,” at the Opening Ceremony of the Hong Ik Street Art Festival in Seoul, Korea.