London Korean Links

Covering things Korean in London and beyond since 2006

July events

Composite image relating to July events
Clockwise from top left: Hyung-Suk Kim, coming to Oxford this month | Stray Kids in Hyde Park | inaugural members of the National Academy of Arts, celebrated at the KCC | The psychological thriller Sleep

July is another relatively busy month with plenty to satisfy most tastes. So far, my personal priorities are the KCC’s exhibition featuring works by members of the Korean National Academy of Arts, the discussion-concert by the “Godfather of K-pop” in Oxford, and I might be tempted to re-watch the psychological thriller Sleep when it comes to some Curzon cinemas in the middle of the month. For Korean food fans there’s a festival down in New Malden at the end of the month, and no doubt we’ll find plenty of events which have yet to be advertised. Enjoy the warm weather while it lasts.

Exhibitions and Installations

  • Minsuk Cho’s “Archipelagic Void” Pavilion is installed at the Serpentine Gallery until 27 October
  • In Edinburgh, Do Ho Suh’s Tracing Time is at NGS Modern One until the end of August
  • The digital art immersion experience Delight has been revamped and will continue until the end of September
  • The KCC’s summer exhibition Across the Decades celebrates the 70th anniversary of the National Academy of Arts, opening on 4 July.

Festivals

Screenings

  • The Maeum (마음) documentary season continues at the KCC and ICA with
  • Jason Yu’s Sleep gets a limited theatrical release at Curzon cinemas from 12 July, with some earlier previews. Highly recommended.

Live performance

Educational and discussion

  • Look out for a central London guided walk for BKS members, probably on 11 July
  • The KCC hosts a discussion on Kang Hwagil’s Another Person, with its translator Clare Richards, on 17 July

Publications expected

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

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.