Details of screenings of two fine Korean films as part of the International Buddhist Film Festival at London’s Barbican
Over the past few years, Happy Robot has become one of the finest indie labels in Korea. Nina Lee from Happy Robot talks to Anna Lindgren from Indieful RoK.
Jackie Choi London at the Milan Furniture show, and Francesca Cho in a group exhibition in Lecce
Peter Corbishley digests some recent Korean history lectures at SOAS and the KCC, and a recent book by Alexis Dudden
Bob Warrior describes life as a prisoner of war in North Korea, over 55 years ago. Jennifer Barclay’s compelling interview.
Details of free Korean lectures at SOAS, summer term 2009
Jennifer Barclay reviews a contemporary war reporter’s account of the Korean war, “Cry Korea” (Reginald Thompson)
Do we want a Hollywood remake of the classic Kim Ji-woon horror movie “Tale of Two Sisters”? Decide for yourself
The last of three articles in which Matthew Jackson describes the detailed historical records kept by the Joseon dynasty court.
Details of Jin Kim’s solo show entitled “N_either” at I-MYU gallery
Details of a lecture on Confucius at Asia House
Details of two Korean film screenings in April 2009
Michael Pettid: Korean Cuisine – an illustrated history Reaktion Books, 2008 Michael Pettid’s fascinating study is maybe not for a general reader. But for those who take more than a passing interest in Korean food and culture, this is an informative read. Importantly, the book’s title is Korean Cuisine, not Cookery. Pettid defines Cuisine as […]
The gorgeous Jeon Ji-hyun (Gianna Jun) will be coming to the big screen very soon.
The second of three articles in which Matthew Jackson describes the diligent record-keeping of the Joseon dynasty court
Want details of Korean Festivals in the UK this year? This article tells you what Festival you might be interested in.
March was a month in which two separate music awards were announced. Here are the winners.