This events list is probably a bit sketchy, and I will add to it as I hear more.
- Supervisions continues at the KCC all month
- Cold Cell continues at an old police station near Goldsmiths College until 9 January
- WunderKammer continues at Sesame at Islington until 16 January
- I-MYU’s two-part exhibition Ways of Seeing (pictured) commences on 7 January.
- The Goldsmiths College MFA degree show, Pause and Eject 2, 26-28 January contains a number of Korean student artists.
- SOAS’s Spring Term seminars commence this month:
- 15 January (Han Sang-hie: talk in Korean entitled Tradition or Treason? History and the Korean Constitutional Court);
- 22 January (Warwick Morris: Three decades of Korea-watching);
- 29 January (Lee Jung-shim: Han Yongun’s posthumous novel Death: Questioning a monk’s nation-building project).
- The Korea Discussion Group meets at Chatham House on 15 January: Joel Wit on US engagement with the DPRK.
- Two theatrical releases this month:
- Also, Park Chan-wook’s Thirst makes it to R2 DVD on 25 January.
- Ninja Assassin, which features Rain, gets a release on 22 January.
- Still awaiting details of the KCC’s screenings this month
Social, meetups etc