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Talk: Two Koreas Become One in the UK

LSESU Korea Future Association present their first talk of the year: Guest Speaker Series: ‘Two Koreas Become One in the UK’ Wednesday 27 January 2021, 12 noon – 1pm Online via Zoom. Link will be provided on registration We are thrilled to announce our second Guest Speaker Series for the 2020-2021 academic year, following our … [Read More]

Little Pyongyang Screening with Q+A with Mr Choi

Join the Korea Future Initiative and Connect: North Korea on Dec 3rd for the first screening of ‘Little Pyongyang’ to feature a Q&A with the documentary’s star, Mr Choi Joong-hwa. The screening will take place in New Malden Methodist Church. Doors open at 7.15pm. Tickets in advance are £5; £7 on the doors. Proceeds will … [Read More]

Little Pyongyang – screening and Q+A

A screening and associated events in aid of Connect North Korea. Separately, a reminder that you can contribute to their Crowdfunding campaign to launch their community centre to provide targeted assistance to North Korean refugees in the UK. Lush Film Fund presents… Little Pyongyang Thursday 21 June 2018 7:00pm – 10:00pm Lush Studio Soho | … [Read More]

Event news: Cooking with North Korean Refugees

An event which promises to be informative and worthwhile. The price is pitched to raise a bit of funding for a very worthy cause. Cooking with North Korean Refugees Tue 20 February 2018 18:30 – 21:30 Venue: London Tickets: £50 plus fee | Book tickets on Eventbrite Korean food might be everywhere in the UK … [Read More]

Event news: Connect North Korea’s 1st monthly meet-up

As trailed at a meeting in New Malden back in April, a monthly series of informal meet-ups giving opportunities to help North Korean refugees with their English language skills. Register via Eventbrite for the first meet-up. Official Launch: Connect: North Korea’s 1st Monthly Meet-Up Sat 29 July 2017, 10:30 – 13:00 Richmond Park (exact venue … [Read More]

Minister Thae moves south

Here are a few links relating to Minister Thae Yong-ho’s defection. Minister Thae was the cultural attache at the DPRK embassy in London, and according to reports effectively the deputy head of mission. At LKL, we came across him during the second art exhibition held at the embassy back in 2014. He was probably there … [Read More]