A busy and varied month of events:
- The V&A’s exhibition of Contemporary Korean Ceramics lasts until 2018.
- Han Collection’s exhibition of buncheong ceramics lasts until 3 June.
- Their subsequent exhibition, Paper Man, opens on 6 June, lasting until 21 June.
- The KCCUK’s ceramics exhibition – Between Serenity and Dynamism – also closes on 3 June.
- Their subsequent exhibition entitled Rehearsals from the Korean Avant-Garde Performance Archive opens on 26 June.
- Zadie Xa’s Crash, Boom, Hisssssss. Legend of the Liquid Sword is at Somerset House on 1 June, with an artist talk on 2 June.
- Hong Young-in’s 5100 : Pentagon performance art project is at the Royal Academy of Arts on 4 June.
- Park Jongmin’s Wigmore Hall debut is on 4 June.
- Korean Breeze – Sounds of Korea III – is at SOAS on 9 June.
- Busoni Piano Competition winner Chloe Mun gives a recital at St Mary’s Perivale on 18 June.
- Korean Sounds – with a Virtuoso theme – is on 21 June at Kings Place.
- The KCC’s House Concert on 27 June features Samson Tsoy Choi.
- Wasted Johnnys perform at the Islington on 11 June.
- Club Eskimo’s Dean, Miso and 2xxx appear at KOKO London on 25 June.
- The three remaining KCCUK screenings in the On Foreign Ground series are
- Journals of Musan (1 June)
- Seoul Searching (8 June)
- He’s on Duty (15 June)
- The fourth LKFF teaser screening of the year is The King on 12 June at Picturehouse Central.
- There a free screening of Memory of the 25th Hour – related to the Jeju Naval Base – on 24 June.
Books, literature and spoken word
- A panel talk on literary translation and poetry in particular will be held at the KCCUK on 2 June.
- A collaborative event between UK and Korean poets will be held at Rich Mix on 3 June.
- Two Korean novels will be included in the Translation Pitch on 8 June at the Free Word Centre.
- Mike Breen talks about his book The New Koreans with Chris Holland of the British Korean Society on 12 June.
- The subject of the KCC’s Literature Night on 28 June is Kim Hyesoon’s I’m OK I’m Pig.
- Representatives of the Sewol families will be having a discussion at SOAS on 3 June.
- The 38th Sewol Silent Protest will be in Trafalgar Square on 17 June.