Senior School students of Dulwich College Seoul perform a play at the school’s auditorium for their parents and the local community. The play is primarily based on the tale of his journey from North to South Korea during the Korean War of one student’s grandfather. Dulwich College Seoul students met and interviewed local seniors and relatives to listen to and incorporate their words into the play, verbatim. Under the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, Dulwich College Seoul offers a wide range of education beyond academics, including drama, art and sports. Mr. Rim Jyong-hun, the grandfather of Dulwich College Seoul student Ian Kim, speaks about his journey from North to South Korea during the Korean War at the Dulwich College Seoul campus on Feb. 12. That evening, Senior School students of Dulwich College Seoul performed a play at the school’s auditorium for their parents and the local community that was primarily based on Mr. Rim's experience and words of the elder community. Dulwich College Seoul Head of Drama Mr. Matthew Readman (right) poses with student Ian Kim (left) and his grandfather Mr. Rim Jyong-hun on Feb. 12. That evening, Dulwich Senior School students put on a play that was based on the words of the elders in the Dulwich College Seoul community and primarily on the tale of Mr. Rim's journey as a young boy from North to South Korea during the Korean War.