Still waiting to hear of the film screenings at the KCC this month, but otherwise here is what we know of so far:
- Jukhee Kwon’s solo show at October Gallery continues until 1 February. Recommended
- Meekyoung Shin’s solo show at the KCC, Unfixed, finishes on 18 January
- HADA Contemporary’s group show, Homo Utopicus, continues until 31 January
- Hanmi Gallery’s first show of the year, When nothing is sure, everything is possible, is 9 – 19 January
- Their second, Attention: 1 – Yumi Chung is from 24 January.
- Theatre 4 All presents an exhibition, Drawings, at 54 Gallery Mayfair, 13 – 19 Jaunary
- The London Art Fair is 15 – 19 January. Among the artists showing will be Park June-bum and Yun Sungfeel for Hanmi Gallery and Chae Sung Pil, Kwon Soonhak and Yu Jinyoung for Union Gallery
- Radio 4’s half-hour feature on Ko Un will be available online until around 11 January/
- SOAS’s first seminar of the year is on contemporary Korean Buddhism, 17 January. And if you happen to be in Paris, there is a series of lectures on Korean Buddhism at EHESS during January
- There is an evening focusing on Korean media art in London at SOAS on 24 January.
- Kiejo Sarsfield will be starting her cookery classes on Saturday 25 January
- Looking ahead to 1 February, there’s Kiejo’s cookery class, an introduction to the Chinese, Korean and Japanese languages at Asia House, a conversation with Jukhee Kwon at October Gallery and Busan BBQ is having a pop-up at Tooting market with urban Korean music mixed live by Joonki Hong.