Weekly Events: 28 October – 10 November
Posted on October 26, 2013
- 29 October – 5 November: The Festival du Film Coreen a Paris will be showing a wide selection of Korean films at the Publicis Cinemas, Paris. [Website | Facebook]
- 29 – 30 October: The Glasgow-Busan Inter-Cities Film Exchange 2013 will be hosting a two day event with two evening screenings (showing nine short Korean films) and a seminar. [Facebook Event: 29 October screening | 30 October screening | Seminar]
- 7 – 22 November: The London Korean Film Festival begins with “Hide and Seek” as the opening gala. “The Boomerang Family” will be shown at the closing gala. To know what are the selections of Korean films going to be shown during the festival, visit the website. You can also follow Facebook and Twitter for updates.
- 25 – 31 October: “The Taste of Money” will be shown for a week at the Curzon Soho, London. Book your tickets now.
- 31 October: Cinema on The Park will be showing the last film of Kim Jee Woon, Retrospective, “A Tale of Two Sisters”
- 7 November: “A Brand New Life” is the first film to show for the theme Displayed Youth at Cinema on The Park.
- 22 October – 12 November: Kim Dok Hi’s solo exhibition, “Reflections“, is shown at the MOKSPACE, London.
- 17 – 30 October: Kim Mi Nae’s solo exhibition, “Thoughts on Habit” is shown at the HADA Contemporary, London
- 2 – 17 November: A group of Korean artists including Kim Ji Eun, the Drawing Hand artist, will be having a group exhibition, Sense & Sensibility, at the Art Space Artion, Seoul. [Website | Facebook Event | Facebook]
- 20 August 2013 – 31 May 2014: Korean Art from the Museum Collection Grand Narrative part II: diversification of Korean arts since the 1990s is held at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.
- Until 3 November: “Anything, Something,” is part of the Gwangju Design Binennale 2013. It explores cultural habits, shared knowledge, and coded context in different forms of communication and mediums.
- 29 October: Galbi Bros. are hosting a pop-up night at the Dead Dolls Club. £15 for a three course meal, including booking fee. Check out the mouth-watering menu.
- 2 November: Be sure to drop by at the Hoxton Street Market, London, to try Busan BBQ food including the new food in the menu, the Kimchi Corndog.
- 6 – 9 November: The Korea Food Week has eight shows under one roof which is a platform of food industries and visitors to discuss about the future food industries trend and make business relationships. This event will be held at COEX, Seoul. [Website]
- Until 2 November: Conductor Kim Eun Sun continues to perform John Strauss’s Die Flerdemous at the English National Opera. [Website]
- 1 October – 10 November: Love X Stereo have more stops to perform for their US and Canada tour. Visit the Facebook for more details.
- 1 & 2 November: Busker Busker will be having a concert at the Olympic Park Gynasium, Seoul. The ticket prices is between 77-110,000 won. Buy the tickets through Interpark.
- 2 November: The Oxford University Korean Society will be running a cultural event, Soul of Seoul, in Oxford, UK. [Website | Event Information | Facebook]
- 4 – 6 November: Korea Brand & Entertainment Expo 2013 will be held at the Old Billingsgate, London. The expo consists a wide range of exhibitors (eg. fashion, IT, animation, art, and others) who will show that there is more than just K-pop music and PSY. Visit the website and follow their updates through Facebook.
- 8 November: The theme of 10 Magazine Book Club event is Korean food as they tie-in with the Korean Food Week which is held at COEX Seoul. Three food-related writers and bloggers are invited as guests: Joe McPherson CEO of Zen Kimchi, Danny Ryu Co-Founder of MangoPlate and Susan Kim from the COEX strategy team. [Facebook Event]
- 1 – 10 November: The visitors can have the outdoor experiences at the Seosan Chrysanthemun Festival. They can enjoy various activities such as harvesting sweet potatos and red clay radishes, and picking chrysanthemums with children at the 100,000㎡ chrysanthemum garden.
- 2 – 3 November: Piagol Valley, Jirisan National Park (Gurye) presents the Piagol Autumn Foliage Festival which shows the most stunning autumn foliage which has the colourful leaves that reach their peak. Find out more information about this festival.
- 7 – 10 November: Choenamdan Bangeo Festival invites visitors to sample Jeju’s specialty foods (heukdweji-gogigui (grilled wild boar meat), galchijorim (cutlass fish boiled in soy sauce with spices), and others), fishing, and enjoy the natural sceneries in Jeju. This is held at the Moseulpohang Port.
- 1 – 17 November: Visitors can see various lanterns, with unique designs and stories, at the Seoul Lantern Festival which is held at the famous Cheonggyecheon Stream
- 8 – 17 November: If you are in Busan, be sure to check out the Busan Port Lighting Festival where there are various programs and experience programs to enjoy. You can see the light and laser shows at the Busan port.