It’s looking like a slightly quieter month this month, though things have a habit of springing up at the last minute. Look out for events related to the 5th anniversary of the Sewol ferry disaster, of which there are a few in the planning but not yet finalised.
- Haegue Yang’s Tracing Movement is at South London Gallery all month
- Hanna Moon is in English as a Second Language at Somerset House until 28 April
- The KCC’s April exhibition of minhwa works opens on 5 April
- Dream and Dreaming – their place in our lives at the Wellcome Collection on 2 April explores some of the ideas behind Bongsu Park’s Dream Auction (which is open for submissions)
- British Korean Society members have a guided tour of Korean manuscripts at the British Library on 24 April
- The KCC’s monthly literature night on 24 April will focus on Shin Kyung-sook’s The Court Dancer.
- The first LKFF Teaser screening of the year is Jang Woo-jin’s Winter’s Night, 15 April
- SOAS hosts a screening of Bucket List of a 17 Year Old in memory of the Sewol victims on 16 April
- A double bill of short Sewol documentaries screens at the KCC on 17 April, with Q&A with the producer of In the Absence
- Donghoon Shin has a premiere of his Three Labyrinths on 2 April
- ATEEZ is at the Kentish Town Forun on 3 April
- Seven O’clock is at the Garage, Highbury Corner on 6 April
- JungKwon Jang performs Pergolesi Stabat Mater on 13 April
- Haegee Lee (sop) and David Junghoon Kim (tenor) give a lunchtime recital at the Opera House on 15 April
- Busan’s Say Sue Me with Daegu’s Drinking Boys and Girls Choir will be touring from 19 April.
- Sam Kim plays the Electric Ballroom on 28 April
- Watch out for last-minute announcements of ad-hoc gigs by bands over for the May rock festivals.
- UCLan’s IKSU Korea Corner has a launch event on 8 April
- The 60th Sewol Ferry disaster silent protest is on 13 April
- London K-pop parties are on 5 April, 18 April and two on 26 April