- The Korean Film nights restart with a season of horror films / thrillers curated by Colette Balmain. We kick off with Princess Aurora (Dir: Pang Eun-jin, 2005) and The Red Shoes (Dir: Kim Yong-gyun, 2005) on 16th and 23rd February respectively.
- A second screening of Princess Aurora will take place at SOAS on 24 February.
- The Korea Craft and Design Foundation once again is hosting a stand at Collect, 2 – 6 February; some independent Korean designers will have their own displays on the top floor.
- Albemarle Gallery have a group show of their (and Pontone Gallery’s) stable of Korean artists opening on 2 February.
- The KCC’s new exhibition, opening on 27 February, is Yejin Kim’s Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things.
- Catherine Lee will be giving an early evening cello performance in the National Portrait Gallery on 3 February.
- Zion.T is performing at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town on 17 February. His album is released 1 February and is available on iTunes.
- Film maker David Chung gives an illustrated lecture entitled Homelands of the Imaginary on 3 February, and Ambassador Hwang gives a talk on the Situation on the Korean Peninsula and Challenges for ROK Diplomacy on 10 February, both at SOAS.
- The LSE Students Union hosts the Korea Future Forum on 4 February.