There used to be a Queen of Queens mini-event the week after the tour ended. Players qualified by earning points all year. I think it was something like ten players, with the top few getting a scoring advantage. But I'm not sure they are doing that this year.
They also traditionally had the Inbee Park OrangeLife Champions, a team event that pitted the KLPGA against the Koreans who play on the LPGA and JLPGA. Last year they had it in the Summer because so many Sisters were home due to covid. I'm not sure if that is happening this year, but if it does it should be in the next few weeks.
In early December they have the KLPGA Awards Ceremony, which is usually a lot of fun. The gals get dolled up and there are lots of pix. Usually a few Sisters who play overseas show up as well. Last year they had it but only invited the players who won awards. This year I expect they will invite more players. Here is the red carpet from 2019:
I think only 60 players keep their cards. Q-School is happening right now and we are covering it in the Tournaments forum.
There are usually a few KLPGA events in December that take place in other countries; for instance, Vietnam. This year all of those events have been canceled.
The voting is for the Most Popular Player, which is given out each year at the Awards show. I'm covering that as well in the 19th Hole. Answer the poll to say who you think will win.
Agree the awards ceremony is pretty fun - they usually wear ball gowns - but Hyo Joo showed up last year in a very cool (& odd) tuxedo-like thing. Do I remember correcting watching a live feed of the event last year? Maybe I only watched a replay... I notice you can only vote in that competition if you're in Korea.
I've seen nothing about the Imbee OrangeLife challenge thing this year, sadly.
The KLPGA Awards Show was even more fun at the end of the noughts. They used to have the ladies themselves do a dance routine. One year they convinced five of the league's top stars, including Ha Neul Kim and So Yeon Ryu, to do a K-Pop routine.
I couldn't find that one, but here's a rookie routine from 2009 that featured future stars Soo Jin Yang and Shin Ae Ahn. This looks like an audience video, the actual TV broadcast would have been closer. The song is Mister by Kara.
[EDIT: the clip below isn't the one I'm thinking of, but I did find a different dance routine that also featured Seo and Ryu; Ryu is on the far right, and Seo is stage left of her.]
Bo Mee Lee is also there, and the 4th is Ji Na Lim.
Below are a few shots from their practice sessions: