On November 25, the 2021 CUK Festival, Aureum festival (아우름제) was held simultaneously at the concert hall of CUK, and YouTube real-time streaming. Day 1 of the festival had two parts. Part 1 was "STAGE ON CUK" prepared by the Central Club Performance Division of CUK. In the second part, the "Please Take Care of My Closet (옷장을 부탁해)" section was held with Choi Winter, a fashion-themed broadcaster on African TV, YouTube, and with students majoring in fashion design.
In the first part, performances by bands and performance clubs were held. “The Busking”, the only central busking club of CUK, performed Lee Hi's 'Breathe' and 'Aloha', an OST for the drama “Hospital Playlist (슬기로운 의사생활)” as a duet. The acoustic band club “Tong” sang Red Velvet Joy's 'Hi'. Male vocalists sang Toy's 'Passionate Goodbye'(뜨거운 안녕). Rock band “Sacred” performed a cover of 'Legends Never Die' by Against the Current and 'Next Level' by Aespa. "Band Experiment" performed Jackson 5's 'I want you back' and Avril Lavigne's 'Sk8er Boi'.
The Songsim Theater and Association comforted the tired hearts of students at the Catholic University by performing 'How many years are you living in Seoul,' one of the song of musical "Laundry". “F.O.M”, a Black music club, introduced R&B-based Black music, a somewhat unfamiliar genre to the audience, through their own rap song 'Villain' and self-composed song 'From Blue to Bloom' The central cheering club "Hwarang" of CUK presented a disciplined and colorful cheerleading with Christopher Phillip Haig's 'Last Stand', Yoo Jung-seok's 'Stormy Way' (질풍가도), and DAY6's 'This is Our Page'.
In the second part, style guide Choi Winter was invited as a guest and the "Please Take Care of My Closet (옷장을 부탁해)" section of the event was held. It was time to receive 1:1 styling directly from style guide Choi Winter, based on the stories of students who were interested in clothes but were at a loss because they did not know how to style themselves or could not easily approach fashion. In addition, the Best OOTD World Cup was held to select the best-dressed students by based on photos of students who are confident in their sense of style.
Won Jong-cheol, president of the CUK, said, "We have had to give up many things over the past two years due to COVID-19, but it is time to prepare for coexistence with COVID-19, and next year we will provide a place for everyone to be together in any way." This year's festival was able to be held with students participating with difficulty, but it is regrettable that everyone could not be together. Next year, we look forward to a festival that all Catholic University students can enjoy together.