A new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts is a high amp historical remix of Korean culture and pop culture. “Hallyu! The Korean Wave” is a celebration of everything South Korea has to offer, from K-pop to K-dramas, from fine art to fashion. The dynamism of this show originates from the juxtaposition of traditional customs with the fast-paced, innovative society that South Korea is today. All that and the opportunity to get your full K-pop dance on right inside the galleries. The Culture Show spoke with Christina Yu Yu, chair of Asian Art at the MFA and curator of the exhibit.

From there, we’re getting off the wall with Berklee professor Tia Fuller. As the executive director of the upcoming Michael Jackson tribute concert this weekend, she discussed how his music resonates across generations — including with her students.

Finally, we check in with the Brockton High drama club to find out what it means to be the state champions.

All that and more on The Culture Show. Listen to the podcast above!