The second Hanyong Project, Looking for Yoghurt was in English, Korean and Japanese, and performed in UK, Korea, Japan. The play was created through improvisation and a series of workshops with young children in all three countries. Set on a building site, the three children are looking for a lost cat called Yoghurt. The language convention here broadly ignores the fact they speak different languages [although they initially struggle to communicate] and works on repetition of words, use of common references, and physical languages to make translation unneccessary. This was aimed at family audiences, including many too young to read surtitling. In this section, the three are just meeting and finding ways of communicating. Yudai Kano, Park Young Ju and Daniel Naddafy are the actors. The play was devised by them with the writers, Peter Wynne-Willson, Toyoko Nishida and Kim Mijeong.