Weekly Events: 26 August – 1st September

Posted on August 26, 2013

This week, there are some events that you should know about.


1375986158980Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

  • 22 – 29 August: Seoul International Youth Festival gives the youth the opportunities to share their culture through films and media education. [Website]
  • 29 August: KCCUK will be having film screening for “Sympathy for Lady Vengeance” which is the third movie of Vengeance Trilogy. Don’t forget to make your booking.


  • 30 August – 1 September: Primary and Zion T will perform at Lotte Card Art Center, Hongdae [details]
  • 31 August: Dickpunks will perform at Olympic Hall, Seoul [details | Facebook (fan-based page)]
  • 31 August: SuriSuri MahaSuri will perform at Jebi Dabang, Hongdae [details]


200903170055[396]A Romance

  • 28 August: There will be a performance, as part of the opening reception programme for Korean Artists Association UK’s summer programme, at the KCCUK in the evening.
  • 29 August – 14 September: The 16h Seoul International Fringe Festival showcases independent artists [Website
  • 30 August: A Romance is about Korean women of the male-dominated 19th century sharing their stories and fantasies through traditional music, dance, and shadows. They performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013. In London, this will be their first debut to show to the audiences at KCCUK. Admission is free but you need to make a booking.


  • 30 August: Want to learn Korean language? Why not head over to Southbank Centre and learn together with Norito? You will get to meet new friends and learn not just about the language, but also Korean culture. After studies, you can have some drinks and chit chat with your friends. Korean people, who are currently in the UK, can join in as you can learn English with the members. [Facebook | YouTube]
  • 31 August: MOIM is running a Korean language session. You will meet friends who also want to learn Korean language. They provide various programmes including ice-breaking and evening social. [Facebook]. It is yet to confirm and will keep you updated.


20130823_161703Shan Hur’s Tree #5: Berkeley’s Tree

  • 8 August – 1 September: Yong Man Kwan’s exhibition, “Momentum at Rest” is shown at Mokspace, London. Based on his experiences as an award winning and official painter for the French Navy and Military, he brings out the subject matter to live with detailed colours and strokes.
  • 9 August – 1 September: At the Lothian Road, outside Usher Hall, You will be able to enjoy Media Skins by experiencing the LED images of Scottish and Korean culture through digital.
  • 9 August – 19 October: Transmitted Live: Paik Nam June  Resounds celebrates the 50th anniversary of Paik’s first solo exhibition that he presented his artworks through television as a form of medium. This is part of the Edinburgh International Festival. It will be held at the Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • 28 August: Reality Check, a one-day event, will present artworks that involves sound, performance, and installation with artists Choi Yoon Suk, Kim In Guen, and Locco at 43 Inverness Street, London
  • 28 August – 7th September: An exhibition, which is organized by Korean Artists Association UK, will be held at the KCCUK. Free admission.
  • August 2013 – January 2014: If you happen to be around Green Park, be sure to visit the Berkeley Square House. Shan Hur’s Tree #5: Berkeley Tree as part of the Gazelli Art House’s Window Project.


1157461_339948549473630_141276650_nBusan BBQ

  • 31 August: Craving for Korean street food? Why not head over to the Urban Food Fest? Busan BBQ will serve you with juicy bulgogi burgers, Korean fried chicken, and spicy pork belly [Facebook | Twitter]

If you know any Korean-cultural events that are going on, contact us.

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