K-music 2019: Jambinai, 3 October @Purcell Room

Jambinai open the 2019 K-music festival as part of their six-city England tour. K-music 2019: Jambinai Thursday 3 October 2019, 7:45pm Southbank Centre – Purcell Room | Belvedere Road | London SE1 8XX Tickets £15 + booking fee | Book tickets Jambinai present Korean traditional music in a new and innovative way, with their ground-breaking post-rock […]

Kingston’s Korean Harvest Festival 2019

This year’s Kingston Korean Harvest Festival, organised by Korean British Cultural Exchange, forms part of the broader Kingston River Heritage Festival in partnership with Totally Thames. One of the strands of the Harvest Fest is a community dance project, which will be repeated the following day, Sunday 15 September, in the Scoop outside City Hall, […]

Boat Screening of The Host by Bong Joon-ho

Totally Thames this year is partnering with two organisations with Korean connections to provide some Korean cultural content for the river festival. Firstly, there’s Korean British Cultural Exchange, who organise the Kingston Korean Harvest Festival, who are bringing a community dance project to Kingston’s market square and to the Scoop outside City Hall on 14 […]

The Real DMZ: Negotiating Borders, at the KCC

One of the more interesting exhibitions of 2018 was the three month Real DMZ exhibition in Nottingham. Three of the artists from that show are involved in the next stage of the project: The Real DMZ: Negotiating Borders 1 October – 23 November 2019 Preview: 30 September 2019 Artist Talk: 3 October 2019 Korean Cultural […]

Remembering the Sewol – the campaign’s next phase

This month Remembering Sewol UK is moving from their regular location at Trafalgar Square, where they have had a monthly presence for over five years, to New Malden – London’s ‘Koreatown’. They will be providing leaflets, yellow ribbons and badges to the public and engage in conversation with those who are interested in or affected […]

Tai-Jung Um: Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park

This year’s Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park includes a work by veteran Korean sculptor Tai-jung Um: Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park London’s largest free display of outdoor art returns from 3 July to 6 October, featuring more than 20 international artists Regent’s Park (southeast corner) 3 July – 6 October 2019 The English Gardens will […]

BTS “Bring the Soul” movie screenings

Can’t get enough of the world’s biggest boy band? Their latest movie will be screening on 7 and 10 August at various venues. Check out www.bringthesoulthemovie.com for details. According to Variety, “Bring the Soul” is expected to be similar in theme to 2018’s “Burn the Stage: The Movie,” which was a mixture of BTS’ live […]

Say Sue Me UK Tour

Say Sue Me are certainly busy this year: this is their second tour in the UK – this one as part of a wider European tour: 18/08 – Green Man Festival – Crickhowell, UK – (sold out) 31/08 – Golden Leaves Festival – Darmstadt, DE | 02/09 – Supersonic – Paris, FR | 04/09 – […]

Eris 136199 play the Vortex

Eris 136199 brings their “beautiful noise” (KFJC 89.7 FM) to Europe starting with a performance at The Vortex, London, 8 August Eris 136199: Han-Earl Park, Catherine Sikora and Nick Didkovsky Thursday 8 August 2019, 8pm Vortex Jazz Club | 11 Gillett Square | London, N16 8AZ Tickets £10 | Book here Han-earl Park (guitar) | […]