When people talk about the best coin magician in Korea, they talk about Kimchi. When first starting out, he showcased his skills at the biggest magic convention in Korea, BIMF. As the go-to coin magician, Kimchi brings his unique style of magic to the At The Table lecture series. His magic is not just visual on camera, but in close-up as well. Join us and be mesmerized by Kimchi for this At The Table lecture. In it, you"ll learn:
Spellbound: A one-dollar coin and a Chinese coin change places in just 5 simple moves.
The Ring, The Coin, and The Coin Purse: First there"s a ring in the coin purse, then instantly when reopened, a coin has taken its place. A simple yet elegant back and forth between a ring and a coin.
4 Coin Vanishing: 4 coins are held in the left hand. In just 4 moves, the coins disappear, and all 4 coins appear on top of your left arm.
Standing Sponge Ball: Make a sponge ball disappear, appear and multiply.
3 Coins and a Purse Frame: A one-dollar coin appears out of a purse frame and disappears. Once the one-dollar coin disappears, a Chinese coin and then a penny appear one by one, then disappear again. For the finale, all 3 coins reappear out of an invisible coin purse!
One Card and 8 Coins: One card and one hand are used to produce 4 coins on a table pad. The magician makes the 4 coins disappear with the same card and then makes 8 coins appear, using no gimmicks.