UK Korean Events of the Week: 22nd - 28th April

The much-anticipated Korea Rocks tour starts this week in Kent before travelling on to Wales and then to London for the end of the week before visiting Liverpool and Manchester next week. It’s sure to be a great gig but if rock music isn’t your cup of…

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UK Korean Events of the Week: 15th - 21st April

Image: An example of Minhwa by artist Jackie Kim
The KCC starts it’s 10 week programme of free lessons for those want to learn how to play the traditional Korean instrument, the gayageum or learn the traditional folk painting style, Minhwa. Unfortunately all the places on both courses are…

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UK Korean Events of the Week: 8th - 14th April

It’s good news for anyone who wanted to see the KCC’s cosmetics exhibition but didn’t get the chance as they have extended the run for another two weeks. Alongside this there is another exhibition opening at MOKSPACE this week showing a variety of prints as well as…

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Korea Rocks UK Tour Dates and Information

Recently news spread of Korean rock concerts that would be happening around the UK featuring four groups that have made headlines as groups to watch since debuting. Koreanindie.com late in March were the first media outlet to announce all the dates and cities for the April/May Korea Rocks…

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UK Korean Events of the Week: 1st - 7th April

It’s the start of April this week which we can only hope means the start of some warmer weather after the Met office officially named yesterday the coldest Easter Sunday on record. Thankfully though, regardless of the weather, there are plenty of interesting event happening inside this week if…

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UK Korean Events of the Week: 25th - 31st March

We have yet another roundup of this week’s UK Korean events for you and it’s a good week for art lovers this week with two new exhibitions opening, one in London and one in Glasgow.Two more exhibitions are still open this week in case you haven’t…

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UK Korean Events of the Week: 18th - 24th March

It’s another film-dominated week with not one but three showings of Leesong Hee-il’s latest works courtesy of the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival as well as a film which offers insight into life in a North Korean Prison Camp. If it’s not a film…

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