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July events

July events

After a flurry of activity in June, things are a bit quieter for July. But make sure you start planning your diary for later in the year, particularly the Tiger is Coming festival at the Coronet Theatre in September. And of course the Fringe is back in Edinburgh for August.

For me the highlights for this month are the fine art NFT exhibition Observing the Human and, if money were no object, the hip-hop day of the Made in Korea festival: Epik High, LeeHi, and Jay Park are among the artists performing. I wonder what the economics of these events are…

Live performance

Exhibitions

Screenings

Everything else

Books expected this month include A Global History of Ginseng by Heasim Sul pub Routledge and Spirit Power: Politics and Religion in Korea’s American Century by Heonik Kwon, Jun Hwan Park pub Fordham University. Both titles are available in a reasonably affordable paperback version. More complete list available here.

Let me know what books or events I’ve missed.

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