Event Notices

Andy McKillop, a person with aphasia, took photographs of his trip to South Korea to make a fascinating exhibition. The exhibition opens at Connect, St Alphege, King’s Bench Street, London SE1 0QZ (020 7367 0845) on Friday 27 March 2015 at 4.00pm till 8.00pm. Drinks and snacks provided. The exhibition continues in April: Wednesday 1 […]

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April’s TV Drama pilot episode screenings at the KCC

by Philip Gowman 16 March 2015
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The pilot episode screenings for April have been announced. RSVP to KCCUK at 0207 044 2600 or info@kccuk.org.uk to register. April TV Drama screenings Date / Time: Thursday 2 April 2015 / 19:00~22:00 Venue: KCCUK Multi-purpose Hall Kill Me, Heal Me (킬미, 힐미) Broadcasting: MBC (07.01-12.03.2015), 20 episodes Production: Pan Entertainment, Huace Media Cast: Ji […]

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Lee Ufan – The Art of Encounter, in conversation at the KCC

by Philip Gowman 14 March 2015
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Coinciding with the opening of his latest exhibition at the Lisson Gallery, Lee Ufan will be in conversation at the KCCUK on 21 March: LEE UFAN – The Art of Encounter In Conversation with Dr. Lena Fritsch and Dr. Charlotte Horlyck Saturday 21 March, 2015 4-6pm followed by a Reception Korean Cultural Centre UK Grand […]

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“Icons of Rhetoric – Reading North Korea through its Images” returns for a second exhibition

by Philip Gowman 14 March 2015
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After a brief exhibition in Dalston last November, Icons of Rhetoric returns to a more central location for a two-week show at the Guardian offices behind Kings Cross: @The Guardian (News and Media Gallery), Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9GU. Exhibition opens 10am – 6pm every day from Monday March 23rd – Saturday 4th […]

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Kim Ji-woon is March’s featured director

by Philip Gowman 10 March 2015
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For March, the programme of screenings is expanded: two at the KCCUK and one at SOAS. Tale of Two Sisters is a classic, and Foul King is a guilty pleasure. For me though, Takashi Miike’s remake of Quiet Family, the deliriously madcap Happiness of the Katakuris, is unusual in being an improvement on the original. […]

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Bada Song’s CASH or SMASH Cornflake Sale, at Mokspace

by Philip Gowman 8 March 2015
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An intriguing performance-cum-exhibition coming up at Mokspace on the weekend of Mothering Sunday. Bada Song’s CASH or SMASH Cornflake Sale Performance / Event at MOKSPACE 2015 by Bada Song Sat 14th & Sun 15th March 2015, 10 am – 6 pm 33, Museum Street, London WC1A 1LH For the weekend of 14th 15th March 2015 […]

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Lee Ufan returns to Lisson Gallery

by Philip Gowman 7 March 2015
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In his first solo show in the UK since 2008, Lee Ufan makes a welcome return to the Lisson Gallery this month. Look out, too, for a talk by the artist at the KCCUK on 21 March. Lee Ufan 25 March – 9 May 2015 Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 6:00pm | Saturday: 11:00am – […]

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K-Culture lecture #1: Where did K-Pop come from?

by Philip Gowman 7 March 2015
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Professor Keith Howard has been following the Korean popular music industry for a while: he was in the SBS studio when Fin K.L. made their debut no.1 in 1999. His book Korean Pop Music – riding the wave (now sadly out of print) is highly enjoyable. So his upcoming talk should be a great way […]

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Hyunjeong Lim: The Figures by the Sea, at James Freeman Gallery

by Philip Gowman 2 March 2015
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Opening at James Freeman Gallery in Islington this week: The Figures by the Sea Hyunjeong Lim Solo Exhibition 6 – 28 March 2015 James Freeman Gallery | 354 Upper Street | Islington | London N1 0PD T: +44(0)20 7226 3300 | http://jamesfreemangallery.com Tuesday – Saturday, 11 – 6:30 Opening Reception: Thursday 5 March, 6:30 – […]

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Unsuk Chin: Alice in Wonderland — a UK premiere at the Barbican

by Philip Gowman 28 February 2015
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Don’t miss this opportunity to experience Unsuk Chin’s sparkling opera live at the Barbican on 8 March. Book on the Barbican website now. Unsuk Chin: Alice in Wonderland Multimedia staging by Netia Jones (UK Premiere) 8 March 2015 / 19:30 Lewis Carroll’s beloved, dreamlike stories are re-imagined in this UK premiere production of Unsuk Chin’s […]

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Joo Yeon Sir’s March concert diary

by Philip Gowman 28 February 2015
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At LKL we’re full of admiration for Joo Yeon Sir’s stamina and more importantly her musicianship. Here’s her packed schedule for March. I’m definitely going to try to get to some of her Beethoven Sonata cycle – each one performed with a different accompanist. Tuesday 3rd March 2015 6.00pm Inner Parry Room, Royal College of […]

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Winds of Change – a programme of music for piano & wind in Notting Hill

by Philip Gowman 28 February 2015
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A great programme of music for piano and winds coming up this month, the Korean connection being that the ensemble includes flautist Jasmine Choi, whose Wigmore debut in 2009 impressed us a lot. An interesting venue too. Winds of Change: Vienna, St Petersburg, Paris Aspect Foundation For Music and Arts Thursday, 26 March 2015 at […]

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The KCC Spring Exhibition 2015: Open Call for Artists

by Philip Gowman 25 February 2015
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After a break of a year or so, the KCC is re-instituting its “Call for Artists” group show in which artists of Korea origin are invited to submit proposals for an exhibition to be held later this Spring. Note that the deadline for application has been extended to 14 March from the original 28 February. […]

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Hyojin Park in Skipwiths inaugural show

by Philip Gowman 22 February 2015
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If you went to the London Art Fair this year and visited the Skipwiths / CAIS stall, you will have noticed that the photographic prints of Hyojin Park were getting a lot of attention. Park now features in the gallery’s inaugural group show, runs until 14 March. Reconstructed Minds February 12th – March 14th Skipwiths […]

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Sunwook Kim makes his debut in the International Piano Series

by Philip Gowman 22 February 2015
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LKL is a fan of Kim Sun-wook’s Bach, so we’re looking forward to his upcoming solo recital at the QEH. International Piano Series 2014/15: Sunwook Kim Tuesday 3 March 2015, 19:30 Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall Book tickets here. Pre-concert talk at 18:15 in QEH, with Southbank Centre’s Head of Classical Music, Gillian Moore. Free. […]

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TV Drama pilot episodes to screen at KCC

by Philip Gowman 22 February 2015
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As if there wasn’t enough to do on the first Thursday of the month, there’s now TV Drama at the KCC that will be battling for precious space in your diaries. The first screening is 5 March, 7pm – 10pm. As usual, registration is required via info@kccuk.co.uk. London K-Drama Screening March 2015 This is the […]

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2015 K-Culture Workshops: application window now open

by Philip Gowman 21 February 2015
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A varied series of lectures and classes coming up at the KCC will enable you to experience a wide range of Korean culture. 2015 K-Culture Workshop The Korean Cultural Centre UK is now taking applications for our free 10 week culture courses: K-POP Dance, Taekwondo, Seoyeh: Korean Calligraphy, Jogakbo: Korean Traditional Patchwork and Gayageum: Korean […]

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