Here are the events for March. Let me know what I’ve missed.
- Two Seeds of Early Spring, by two students at the Royal College of Art, is at the RCA 1 – 5 March.
- The KCC’s Print Matters fashion exhibition lasts until 11 March.
- A one-off fashion showcase will be held at the KCC on 7 March.
- Michael Joo’s solo exhibition, Radiohalo, continues at Blain|Southern until 9 April.
- Art Korea, a group show of works by Korea-based artists, finishes at the White House Hotel on 3 March.
- Park Seo-bo’s Ecriture solo exhibition continues at the White Cube until 12 March.
- The exhibition of Dansaekhwa works continues at The Arts Club until mid-April.
- Park June-bum’s new work, Maths Test, in Fidelity’s group show in Tonbridge School continues until 6 March. LKL review is here.
- Noh Suntag’s exhibition Dance of Order at 43 Inverness Street finishes on 12 March. LKL review is here.
- Yiyun Kang’s Casting installation in the V&A’s Cast Court will be on show on 18 March. Highly recommended. There are also opportunities for an Open Studio visit on 25 and 30 March and two classes in Projection Mapping.
- Joo Yeon Sir’s St John’s Smith Square debut is on 1 March.
- Chopin Competition winner Cho Seong-jin debuts at St John’s Smith Square on 11 March
- There’s a feast of traditional Korean dance at the KCC on 22 March
- I am Sun Mu, a documentary on the North Korean artist and defector, screens at the Human Rights Watch film festival on 13 and 16 March. LKL review here.
- The KCCUK’s focus on humour in Korean film features two Lee Mi-sook films this month: E J-yong’s Actresses on 17 March and Lee Doo-yong’s Mulberry, based on Na Do-hyang’s short story of the same name, is on 31 March. Both screenings will be introduced by Mark Morris. LKL review of Actresses here.
- Actresses also screens at Sheffield Hallam University on 16 March
Conferences, talks and other gatherings
- Charlotte Horlyck, Katharine Kostyál and Lee Soo-kyung discuss Dansaekhwa at the KCC on 3 March
- SOAS seminars this month feature
- The British Korean Society AGM is on 8 March
- There’s a Live Statue protest in support of the “Comfort Women” on 5 March
- There’s a talk on the Uncomfortable Truth of Comfort Women at the LSE on 8 March
- The UK-Korea Creative Industries Forum is on 7 March; and an event on business opportunities with Korea in Birmingham on 15 March
- There’s a one-day conference on the UN Commission of Inquiry, 11 March
- And a hearing on Religious Freedom in North Korea on 14 March
- The Korean Freedom Association have tentative plans to protest about Foal Eagle and Key Resolve outside the US Embassy on 5 March
- The KCC’s monthly Literature Night on 31 March features Ahn Do-hyun’s The Salmon Who Dared to Leap Higher. LKL’s review is here.