Honestly, if you’re an expat living in Korea, it’s pretty difficult to go to the theatre. Either you have to be willing to fork over a lot of money for an international act coming in or be willing to watch something in Korean (with the language barrier being the key obstacle). Uniting theatre lovers that might otherwise be at a loss is the group Seoul Players. A non-profit, English-speaking theatre company founded in 2001, the 10 Minute Play Festival is an annual event featuring talented amateur and professional theater folk. Having accepted submissions from all over the world earlier this year, the Seoul Players board narrowed down the list of 200 contestants to a final 16. The festival will showcase Round 1 and 2 finalists on the first two nights and the final round winners on the last night. Whether you are looking to see your friends perform, a theater lover curious to see performances by other expats or just plain craving some affordable English-language theatre, the 10 Minute Play Festival is worth checking out.