LKL is seven years old today. So what’s happening this month?
- Art 13 at Olympia, till March 3, has three galleries from Seoul, plus a couple of London galleries who represent Korean artists.
- The KCC exhibition Inspired by Nature – The Traditional Cosmetics of Korea is on all month.
- Bae Chan-hyo’s Punishment Project is at Purdy Hicks until 23 March
- Min Jungyeon’s solo exhibition at Hada Contemporary opens on 7 March
- Lee Song Hee-il’s trilogy on the theme of male desire will screen at the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
- The Moon So-ri season at the KCC continues with Oasis on 14 March. Moon So-ri herself will be in town on 4 April.
- King of Pigs screens at the Pan Asian Film Festival late night on 8 March. It’s also screening at Liverpool FACT (3/4 March).
- Camp 14 – Total Control Zone screens at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival on 18 March
- Park Chan-wook’s Stoker should be showing at a cinema near you – released on 1 March. His Oldboy is also getting a few one-off screenings at various locations in the UK and Ireland.
- Kim So-yong’s For Ellen is currently available as view-on-demand in the UK and Ireland via The Guardian.
- Kiejo Sarsfield’s cookery classes are the first four Saturdays. Contact kiejosarsfield at hotmail dot co dot uk for details
- The Anglo-Korean Society AGM is on 19 March
- The British Korean Women’s Society meets on 20 March
- Violinist So-ock Kim performs with Millfield musicians at the Cadogan Hall on 23 March.
Thanks to alua for the updates.