“A Room” Exhibition at the KCC

Details of the KCC’s exhibition which will see us through the summer months, focusing on homes and interiors: A Room: New Readings of Korean Tradition 28 June 2011 – 31 August 2011 The Korean Cultural Centre (UK) is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition A Room: New Readings of Korean Tradition, a compelling exhibition that […]

The Nomad Artist in a Transnational Era: Korean Contemporary Art on British Soil

Looks like an interesting afternoon coming up at the KCC on Friday afternoon, 1 July. RSVP to koreanart.seminar@gmail.com The Nomad Artist in a Transnational Era: Korean Contemporary Art on British Soil. Ever since the early 1960s when the term ‘globalization’ was coined there have been stormy discussions especially since the early 1990s. By now, the […]

Princess Pyunggang and General Ondal: Korean children bring musical from Seoul

News of an upcoming musical in Kingston and Brighton: Princess Pyunggang and General Ondal From Seoul, this award-winning troupe of multi-talented Korean children and adults present a majestic 21stC remix of an ancient Korean children’s folktale unifying traditional drumming, opera, flag dance and tap to dazzle audiences and inspire endless love and peaceful transformation. Suitable […]

Film Review: The Man From Nowhere

Colette Balmain reviews the opening film of LKFF 2010 The Man From Nowhere (아저씨- Ajeossi) (Lee Jeong-beom, 2010) Cha Tae-sik (Won Bin), is a man shrouded in mystery, a loner who runs a small pawnshop and who is positioned on the margins of society. His only meaningful relationship is with the young girl, So-mi (Kim […]