Seven O’Clock The Beginning World Tour in London

Tickets are now available for the London performance in Seven O’Clock’s The Beginning world tour. Seven O’Clock is a six member K-pop boy group under Forest Network. They debuted in 2017 and were contestants on the survival reality show Mix Nine. This is their first world tour. The Garage | 20-22 Highbury Corner | London […]

March literature night: At Dusk, by Hwang Sok-yong

The Korean Literature Night is a monthly discussion group that explores various themes and topics relating to that month’s chosen book. The second literature night of 2019 looks at Sora Kim-Russell’s translation of Hwang Sok-yong’s latest: Hwang Sok-yong: At Dusk 27 March, 19.00-21.00 @KCCUK Entrance Free – Booking Essential Apply to info@kccuk.org.uk or call 020 […]

Bae Chan-hyo’s new book of photography

I always find it strangely rewarding when things going on in London get featured in the Korean press. London-based photographer Bae Chan-hyo’s upcoming exhibition at Purdy Hicks, Jumping Into, gets a feature in yesterday’s Korea JoongAng Daily newspaper. Bae has been active on the London art scene at least since 2006, when he took part […]

Brief review: Crossroads of Youth

Crossroads of Youth, Korea’s earliest surviving feature-length movie, was a great way to start the season of films from Korea’s colonial period. It is a season that could not have taken place 15 years ago, because these films have only recently come to light in the film archives of Beijing, Moscow and Tokyo. Crossroads of […]

SOAS seminar: Remembering a dissident Confucian Monk

This is a seminar I’m particularly looking forward to, as I’ve been interested in the story of King Danjong since I came across the burial site of his placenta a few years ago. Remembering a dissident Confucian Monk: How Kim Sisŭp became Sŏlcham, and Sŏlcham the Boyi of Korea Dr Dennis Wuerthner (Ruhr-University Bochum) Friday […]

Korea Day in Sheffield

Last year’s Korea Day in Sheffield was such a success that they’re doing it again! Korea Day in Sheffield Sunday 10th March 2019, 12-5pm Octagon Centre | Clarkson Street | Sheffield S10 2TQ Tickets £5 | Buy tickets here Please retain your email confirmation of booking. Any food and photo purchases are charged separately. We […]

ATEEZ – The Expedition Tour, at Kentish Town Forum

Tickets for ATEEZ’s London appearance go on sale 25 February on Ticketweb (for members of MyMusicTaste). They go on general sale two days later. ATEEZ – The Expedition Tour Wednesday 3 April 2019, 7pm O2 Forum Kentish Town Tickets: £50 – £115 | Tickets via Ticketweb The show will last for about 100 minutes.

Hyelim Kim and Jo Lawrence play Club Inégales

After the amazing performances at the Barbican in February by the Third Orchestra, Peter Wiegold’s team of players reconvene in the more intimate Euston location for a season in March: Club Inégales presents: Hyelim Kim and Jo Lawrence Thursday 7th March 2019, 7pm – 10:30pm Club Inégales, 180 North Gower Street, NW1 2NB Time: Doors […]

Two Koreans documentaries win at London International Filmmaker Festival

Koreans scored two successes at the International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema awards ceremony in London this evening. Producer and curator Stephanie Seungmin Kim collected the award for Best Director of a Foreign Language Documentary Film for ‘Sleepers in Venice’, which gives a behind-the-scenes story of the planning and installation of the collateral group exhibition […]

LSE roundtable: New Reconciliations – the two Koreas

A talk on inter-Korea relations as part of LSE’s New World (Dis)Orders Festival: New Reconciliations: the two Koreas Wednesday 27 February 2019 7:30pm to 8:30pm | Registration required: Ticket information LSE | Wolfson Theatre | New Academic Building | Campus Map Dr Jeong-Im Hyun (University of Central Lancashire), Dr Owen Miller (SOAS), Prof Vladimir Tikhonov […]