Here’s what I know about so far:
- Dulsori participates in the Henley Festival, 9-13 July
- The Korean Food Festival takes place in New Malden, 12 July
- The Edinburgh Fringe starts, with lots of Korean participation, from 30 July
- The London Festival of Architecture continues until 20 July, with the Seoul: World Design City exhibition at the KCC
- Sea-hyun Lee continues at the Union Gallery, till 5 July
- Secondary Sensation continues at I-MYU, till 7 July
- Francesca Cho displays a new installation in Mayfair public library, 16-31 July
- Psycho Buildings continues all month at the Hayward Gallery, with input from Suh Do-ho.
- 17 – 20 July Shin Meekyoung demonstrates her soap sculptures at Waterperry House, Oxfordshire, part of Art in Action
- Yu Byung-yun conducts Bruckner 6 with the Thames Philharmonia in Surbiton, 5 July.
- Dulsori teaches Samulnori evening classes at SOAS, 7-11 July.
- Good news for film fans: in July the KCC are featuring the films of Lee Chang-dong. Green Fish on 10 July with Peppermint Candy on 24 July.
- In a 12-week story-line that’s as top secret as what’s probably still going on at Yongbyon, Seok-Ha Hwang appears in BBC1’s Holby City as a North Korean, from Tuesday 8 July.
Lectures at the KCC
- 11 July – Architects from Zaha Hadid’s firm will explain the vision behind the design for Seoul World Design Plaza
- 18 July – Jane Portal talks about the British Museum’s Korean collection
- 22 July – Rhee Eonuh from Indarti Associates talks about Occidental Architects and their Architecture in Korea
- 17 July – Floating Water perform ID, or maybe it’s the other way round, at the KCC
Let me know what I’ve missed. Thanks in particular to Claire for the hot tip about Holby City, and to the KCC for giving me advance notice of their events list.