London Korean Links

Covering things Korean in London and beyond since 2006

November events 2006

Here are the events we know about for November: Till 2 November: Korean Film at the 50th BFI London Film Festival 7 November, 6pm: Auction of Modern Japanese and Korean Ceramics — including many items shown at the “Traditional Yet Contemporary” show – at Bonhams, New Bond Street 15 November 2006 – 28 February 2007: … [Read More]

October events 2006

Here are the events we know about for this month: All month: Give me Shelter, at Union Gallery Till 1 October: the second 2006 London Korean Film Festival 5 – 12 October: K-film blockbuster season on Film 4 6 – 29 October: Circuit Diagram at Cell gallery Thursday 12 October: Chuseok celebrations at Asia House … [Read More]

September events 2006

Here are the events we currently know about for September, in date order: 6-7 Sept 2006 Halifax Hall, Sheffield University Annual conference of British Association for Korean Studies. “Generations in Korea: Past, Present and Future”. 10 Sept 2006 British Museum Talk on Mingei, including Korea’s place in that movement. Stephenson Lecture Theatre 11-12 Sept 2006 Bloomsbury … [Read More]

August events 2006

This month’s events are: The open air Korean festival on the Fairfield which I’m told is near Kingston station. I believe it’s on 12 August. The only details I have are gleaned from running the Korean Residents Society’s events page through the google translator. The mangled prose which emerges for August is Korean banking (Korean … [Read More]

July events 2006

July is the month for Korean drumming. There’s a concert at the Purcell Room on 17 July, and evening classes on Korean drumming at SOAS that week 17-21 July. As a culmination of that week, there’s a special drumming event in Russell Square on the Friday night, from 7pm. On Tuesday 25 July there’s a … [Read More]

June events 2006

The 2006 London Korean Festival is now over. You can still comment on the films here, and also please give some feedback on the film festival generally by filling out my survey here. Comment on the Traditional Yet Contemporary exhibition here. If you managed to get to the final event, Professor Kim Chang-nam’s talk, please … [Read More]

May events 2006

We’re just about to get into May, and there’s lots going on in London. Keep an eye on my What’s On page. There’s something to suit all tastes. Probably the most unusual thing to be happening is the Contemporary Korean Ceramics exhibition as part of the Korean festival. Do please support that event. Wherever possible … [Read More]