June 2016 Cultural Events Calendar

Event Dates Venue Admission Content Contact
Jongno and Gangnam-daero May 14 (Sat) – July 3 (Sun)
09:00~18:00
Seoul City Hall

Free Making a rubbing of all the wood signboard on the streets from Jongno 1-ga to 6-ga and the walls of apartment complexes built during the 1970s and the 1980s, it displays a new map of Seoul.



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[Citizens Hall] Adults∙Kids∙Seoul May 28 (Sat) – June 12 (Sun)
09:00~20:30
Citizens Gallery (B1),
Citizens Hall
Free Marking May, the month of family, it exhibits toys related to Seoul and collected by citizens. People of all ages can participate in and enjoy the exhibition.



739-5811

8th Avenue Romantic Riverside Concert

June 4 (Sat) – June 26 (Sat)
Every Saturday/Sunday,
19:30~20:30
Riverview 8th Avenue, Gwangjingyo Bridge

Free

“Acoustic Band Series & Talk Series
* For detailed programs, visit the website. (riverview8.co.kr)”



070-4708-2374

Opera Matinee `La Forza del Destino’ June 21 (Tue) – June 21 (Tue), 11:00

Sejong Chamber Hall, Sejong Center

30,000 KRW (R seats) 20,000 KRW (S seats) The opera is a story of the heroine’ conflict between money and love and her devastation. Audience can appreciate Puccini’s beautiful tunes with the explanation for the opera.



399-1000

Homage to Mozart

June 25 (Sat) – June 25 (Sat), 17:00

Sejong Chamber Hall, Sejong Center

50,000 KRW (R seats)
40,000 KRW (S seats)

Marking the 260th , it will offer a Mozart concerto with the chamber orchestra composed of maestro Lim Heon-jeong and Korean Symphony Orchestra members, the nation’s top pianists and violinists.



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Special Exhibit, Joan Miro, “Artist of Dreams”

June 26 (Sun) – Sep 24 (Sat), 10:30~20:00

Sejong Museum of Art 1, Sejong Center

Adult: 15,000 KRW
Youth: 10,000 KRW
Child: 8,000 KRW

This is the first time for the exhibit of Joan Miro to be held in Korea in such a large scale. It displays the works of Joan Miro, the most respectful Spanish painter.


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GanaArt Collection Anthology

May 3 (Tue) – July 31 (Sun)
Tue-Fri 10:00~20:00 [summer season (Mar – Oct) Sat·Sun·Holidays 10:00-19:00 / winter season (Nov – Dec) Sat·Sun·Holidays 10:00-18:00] / Extended hours every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays 10:00-22:00 / Closed on Mondays

SeMA Seosomun (2F)

Free The Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) created a permanent exhibition space to house the “GanaArt Collection” and is presenting the GanaArt Collection Anthology as its inaugural exhibition to commemorate the space.



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A Tribute to Nam June Paik – the 10th Anniversary, “Nam June Paik ∞ Fluxus”

June 14 (Tue) – July 31 (Sun)

SeMA Memorial Hall (3F)

Free Marking the 10th anniversary of his death, this exhibit will shed new light on the background and contexts of the artistic spirit of the great artist who made a new ear in arts.


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Hannu Lintu Conducts Sibelius Symphony No. 5

Jun 22 (Wed) – June 22 (Wed), 20:00

Seoul Arts Center Concert Hall

70,000 KRW (R seats)
50,000 KRW (S seats)
30,000 KRW (A seats)
20,000 KRW (B seats)
10,000 KRW (C seats)

Wagner “The Flying Dutchman” Overtune, Grieg piano concerto, Sibelius Symphony No. 5

1588-1210

16th Rose Garden Festival

May 27 (Fri) – June 12 (Sat)
09:00-21:00

Theme Garden, Seoul Grand Park

Adult: 2,000 KRW
Youth:1,500 KRW
Child: 1,000 KRW

Roses that the little Prince loved so much! Stories of the little Prine resonating in the Rose Garden filled with thousands of roses. (The little Prince Photo Zone, The little Prince Library, Photo Contest, etc.)



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[Wed.Home.Con] Wednesday, On the way Home Concert May 18 (Wed) – June 29 (Wed), every Wednesday at 19:30

PLATFORM CHANGDING 61, Exit 1 of Changdong Station

Free On a special Wednesday, on your way home, the sound of “Wednesday, On the way home Concert” will refresh and vitalize you [Redbox Wednesday] Every Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. [Wed.Home.Con] is held on the Open Stage for free in collaboration with Bungga Bungga Record and Electric Muse.



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Seoul Folk Flea Market Traditional Culture Hall

All year round, 10:00-18:00

Traditional Culture Hall at the Back Gate of Seoul Folk Flea Market

Free 11 courses of traditional culture experience programs is available all year around (plates made with traditional Korean paper, handheld mirror made with traditional Korean paper, traditional Korean lantern with a red and blue silk shade, Hahoe mask). *fees may apply for some programs


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Seoul’s B-boy Zone

June 5 (Sun), 13:30-16:00

Pedestrian-only street at Sejong-daero

Free In association with the project of pedestrian-only streets in downtown (Sejong-daero, Gwanghwamun Square), the city of Seoul operates cultural space for professional b-boys and dance programs for citizens to participate.



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May 2016 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event Dates Venue Admission Content Contact
2016 Special Exhibition – “Leafie, a Hen into the Wild” May 4 (Wed) – 31 (Tue)
Mon-Sat 10:00-17:30
Seoul Exhibition Hall, The House of Literature Free Draft manuscript, illustrations, animation materials, publications, and characters of “Leafie, a Hen into the Wild” written by Hwang Seonmi and published in 28 languages

778-1026
Moonlight Forest Story in the Campsite May 1 (Sun) – 31 (Tue)
Tue-Sun 19:00-21:00
Seoul Grand Park Campsite Admission (Adults 2,000 KRW / Youth 1,500 KRW / Children 1,000 KRW) Forest exploration with ecology observation, learning, meditation experience

500-7550
Children’s Day “Grand Park Playground” May 5 (Thu) 10:00-18:00 Seoul Grand Park Zoo Admission (Adults 5,000 KRW / Youth 3,000 KRW / Children 2,000 KRW) Playground with animal costume play, self face painting, board games, etc.

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Dvorak’s 7th symphony by Mario Venzag May 13 (Fri) 20:00 Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center 70,000 KRW (R), 50,000 KRW (S), 30,000 KRW (A), 20,000 KRW (B), 10,000 KRW (C) Wagner, Tannhauser Overture
Mozart, Violin Concerto no.3
Dvorak, Symphony No. 7


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Chamber Symphony Ⅰ: Journey into the Unknown May 22 (Sun) 15:00 Sejong Chamber Hall 30,000 KRW (R), 10,000 KRW (A) Smetana, 2 opuscule for a violin and a piano ‘From My Homeland’ by Haas-Wind qunitet, etc.

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〈Every Spoon: EATING TOOLS〉 Mar 15 (Tue) – May 15 (Sun)
Tue, Fri 10:00-20:00 / Sat, Sun, Holidays 10:00-18:00
Nam Seoul Annex building of the Seoul Museumof Art  Free To expand thoughts on spoons with stories on eating tools and culture through crafts, design, media, installation, sculpture, painting, etc.

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130th Anniversary of Korea-France Exchange Project 〈Urban Myth〉 April 5 (Tue) – 29 (Sun)
Tue-Fri 10:00-20:00 / Sat, Sun, Holidays 10:00-19:00 / Closed on Mondays
Seoul Museum of Art Seosomun Building 3F Project Gallery Free Exchange proejct planned by SeMA and Palais de Tokyo to celebrate the 130th anniversary of Korea-France Exchange

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Seoul Friendship Fair 2016

May 7 (Sat) 11:00-20:00,
(Opening Ceremony 16:00), May 8 (Sun) 11:00-17:30
Seoul Square, City Hall, Mugyo-dong Streets, Cheongye-ro Free World food fair and tourism promotion fair of embassies in Korea of 65 countries, photo zone, global sharing zone, parade, hanbok flash mob, etc.

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Adults·Children·Seoul Exhibition May 28 (Sat) – Jun 12 (Sun) 09:00-20:30 Citizens Gallery, Seoul City Hall (B1) Free A citizen-participation exhibition across generations to celebrate the month of family. A kidult exhibition of Seoul-themed toys, citizens’ toy collections, etc.

739-5811
2016 Seoul Drum Festival May 27 (Fri) – 28 (Sat) Seoul Square Free Main performances (4 domestic, 4 foreign), other performances (amateur teams), performance-related participation programs, etc.

070-5057-2722
Dreamworks Animation Exhibition 〈Sketch to Screen〉 Apr 30 (Sat) – Aug 15 (Mon) 10:00-20:00
Sat, Sun, Holidays 10:00-19:00
May 3, 17 Museum Night 10:00~22:00
Closed on Mon.
Seoul Museum of Art Seosomun Building (1F) Refer to the website for admission fees. A Dreamworks animation exhibition on how to create animations such as Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, etc.

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April 2016 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event Dates Venue Admission Content Contact
Hyundai Card Culture Project Chapter 21 Jean Paul Gaultier “Mar. 26 (Sat)-Jun. 30 (Thur) Tue-Sun: 10:00-19:00 (Wed, Fri: 10:00-21:00 Extended hours/ Closed on Mondays) “ DDP Museum B2F Design Exhibition Hall Adult: 15,000 KRW, Youth: 12,000 KRW, Kids: 8,000 KRW The Exhibition of Jean Paul Gaultier(called the “enfant terrible of French fashion”)’s costume, original paintings of his design, video works all of which are unconventional and innovative.

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Seasonal Street Arts Festival Apr. 2 (Sat)-Apr. 24 (Sun) / 13:00-17:00 on Saturdays & Sundays Seonyudo Park (Apr. 2-3), Seoul Forest (Apr. 9-10),Children’s Grand Park (Apr. 16-17), DDP(Apr. 22-23) Free The seasonal street arts festival themed by “culture” encountered on the “Street” and performed in the parks and downtowns of Seoul.

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Ars Nova Series 2: Orchestra Concert Apr. 05 (Tue), 20:00 LG Arts Center 50,000 KRW (R Seats), 30,000 KRW (S Seats), 10,000 KRW (A Seats) Shostakovich: Suite from the Opera ‘Lady Macbeth of Mzensk’, Dutilleux: Tout un Monde Lointain … for Cello and Orchestra, Fedele: Lexikon Ⅱ for Orchestra.

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Photo Exhibition Celebratiing Korea-France 130 years of International Realtions : French National Center for Plastic Arts, Collection of Franc Aquitaine “Apr. 5(Tue)-May. 29(Sun)
Tue-Fri: 10:00-20:00 / Sat, Sun,Holidays: 10:00-19:00 / Mondays: Closed”
SeMA Seosomun Museum of Art 2F, 3F Free The modern photography exhibition, namely an event of “France’s year in Korea,” celebrating 100 years after the birth of Roland Barthes as well as 130 years since the start of Korea-France international relationship.

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Wind+Want in Seoul Mar. 9 (Wed)-May 8 (Sun), 09:00-18:00 Seoul City Hall (8F) Sky Plaza Gallery Free An installation art piece expressing citizens’ various hopes ranging from hope for redevelopent, money, helath and individual things by means of the landscape of Seoul changed from the past to the present.

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Impressionist Landscapes “Dec. 19 (Sat) – Apr. 3 (Sun)
Weekdays, Sun, Holidays:10:00-19:00
Sat: 10:00-21:00”
Hangaram Design Museum, Exhibition Room 1,2,3 Adults (19-64 years old) 15,000 KRW / Youth (13-18 years old) 10,000 KRW/ Children (7-12 years old) 8,000 KRW The exhibition of various master artists’ landscapes that greatly influenced on the birth of trend of art, impressionism which has exclusively been loved by Koreans.

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2016 Sejong Chamber Series 《Homage to Mozart》 Apr. 30 (Sat)-Apr. 30 (Sat), 5:00 pm Sejong Center Sejong Chamber Hall “50,000 KRW (R seats)
40,000 KRW (S seats)”
To celebrate 260 years after the birth of Mozart, the chamber orchestra composed of maestro Lim Heon-jung and Korean Symphony Orchestra members performs one piece of Divertimento and Concerto by instruments.

399-1000
2016 Sejong Chamber Hall 10th Anniversary Performance Apr. 28 (Thu)-May 03 (Tue)
Apr. 28 (Thu) 19:30 / Apr. 29 (Fri) 19:30 / Apr. 30 (Sat) 17:00 / May 1 (Sun) 15:00
Sejong Center
Sejong Chamber Hall
“50,000 KRW (R Seats)
40,000 KRW (S Seats)”
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Sejong Chamber Hall’s opening, the performance is supposed to be held a total of 6 times.

399-1000
2016 Seokchon Lake Cherry Blossom Festival Apr. 8 (Fri)-Apr.10 (Sun)
11:00-20:30
Seokchon Lake area,Seoul Nori Madang Free Various events composed of performances, exhibitions, foods, hands-on activities, events, ceremony of the Songpa district Symphony Orchestra, 4 weeks of Jamsil Special Tourist Zone in Spring of 2016, cherry blossom concert of Seokchon Lake, etc.

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The Reunification of Two Koreas Mar. 16 (Wed)-Apr. 3 (Sun)
Tue-Fri: 20:00 / Sat: 15:00, 19:00 / Sun: 15:00
Mimagi Art Center
Nunbit theater
30,000 KRW The modern drama of France performed by Théâtre Francophonies, which was deginated as a project to celebrate the diplomatic relation between Korea and France in 2015 to 2016.

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Museum Night: SeMA Friday’s Rak (Enjoy Friday) Cultural Event Mar.4 (Fri)-Jul. 15 (Fri)
Twice a month, Every 1st & 3rd Fridays, 19:00-20:00
Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Multipurpose Hall Free Buk Seoul Museum of Art’s Museum Night:SeMA Friday’s Rak(“Enjoy Friday”) cultural event: it expands the opportunity for visitors who visit the museum at night to enjoy culture and arts through the operation of SeMA’s Rak, a cultural event held on Fridays.

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Cultural Event of the Buk Seoul Museum of Art
Do Dream Performance: Nanta
Apr. 2 (Sat),15:00-15:30 Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Multipurpose Hall Free “Nanta” is Korea’s first non-verbal performance which portrays comically the happening in the kitchen using the rhythm of samulnori, Korean traditional percussion quartet.

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Seoul Grand Park Cherry Blossom Festival Apr. 9 (Sat)-Apr. 17 (Sun), 10:00-21:00 Seoul Grand Park, Lake Trail Free Various events such as busking in the cherry blossom steets along the lake, Bombom (meaning, Spring, Spring) Film Festival, Diary of the youth, romantic photo zone, etc.

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March 2016 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event Date Location Charge Content Contact
I Love Citizens Hall on Saturday Mar.26(Sat)-Mar.26(Sat) 13:00-17:00 Seoul
Citizens Hall
Citizens Plaza in Open Lounge
(B1)
Free 2016 1st culture gift in spring of the event “I Love Citizens Hall on
Satuday”


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Paintings, Sculptures and Objects of the Prince of
Liechtenstein-RUBENS AND OTHER MASTERS
Dec.12(Sat)-April.10(Sun) Tue.,Thur,Fri. : 9:00 -18:00 / Wed,
Sat. : 9:00-21:00 /Sun, Holidays 9:00-19:00 / Closed on Mondays & Jan. 1
Special
Exhibition Gallery in National Museum of Korea
24 years and older in American age (13,000 KRW), college students & teens
(11,000 KRW), primary pupiles (8,000KRW), children aged 48months in American
age (5,000KRW), 65 years and older (6,000KRW)
About 120 selected works including paintings, sculptures, crafts, furniture, prints
and tapestries


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A Creator who changed
the world , iLOVE STEVE
Dec.10(Thu)-Mar.8(Tue) 11:00-19:00 (Mar. 11:00-20:00) Hangaram
Art Museum Gallery 7 (Old V-Gallery)
Adults(Age 19-64 in American age / college
student and general) : 11,000KRW / Youth (Age 7-18 in American age /
elementary, middle and high school student) : 9,000KRW / Kids(Age
36months-preschoolers) : 6,000KRW
– MemorialZone
– Passion Zone
– Revolution Zone
– Who is job’s Zone


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The British Museum :
Human Image
Dec.11(Fri)-Mar.20(Sun) 11:00-19:00 (Mar. 11:00-20:00) Hangaram
Art Museum Gallery 1&2
Adults
(19-64 in American age) 15,000KRW /
Teens (7-18 in American Age) 10,000KRW
/ Children(4-6 in American age) 8,000KRW
“Human image with 6 sections” 1.Beauty 2. Individual 3. God 4. Authority 5.
Metamorphosis 6. Love


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Gyeonghuigung Palace Still Lives Dec.11(Fri)-Mar.13(Sun) 9:00-20:00 (Sat,Sun,Holidays:
09:00-19:00, Closed on Mondays)
Special
Exhibition Hall A, Seoul Museum of History
Free The exhibition walks us through the milestones in the history of Gyeonghuigung
Palace, from its establishment in the Joseon Dynasty to its recent demolition
and restoration, and highlights its status and historical value by bringing
together diverse historical accounts and relics related to the palace.


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Museum Night:SeMA Friday’s Rak(“Enjoy Friday”)
“Seoul International Cartoon &
Animation Festival (SICAF’s Participation film”
Series 1. The Illusionist
Mar.4(Fri)
19:00 – 20:20
Multipurpose
hall, Buk Seoul Museum of Art
Free A lonesome and sad story about an old magician

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Lionel Bringuier and Clara Jumi Kang Mar.11(Fri)-Mar.11(Fri) 20:00 Concert
Hall, Seoul Arts Center
90,000KRW(R),
70,000KRW(S), 50,000KRW(A), 30,000KRW(B), 10,000KRW(C)
Debussy:Prélude
à l’après-midi d’un faune

Saint-Saëns: Violin Concerto No. 3

Ravel:Daphnis et Chloe



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Eliahu Inbal’s Mahler Symphony No. 7 Mar.18(Fri)-Mar.18(Fri)) 20:00 Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center 90,000KRW(R),
70,000KRW(S), 50,000KRW(A), 30,000KRW(B), 10,000KRW(C)
Mahler:Symphony No. 7

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“A WALK Exhibition”: Walking is a fun, Walk on Seoul
together!
Feb. 16(Wed) – Mar. 13(Sun)
09:00-18:00
Exhibition room(1F),
Seoul Metropolitan Library
Free An exhibition of original pitcures and books featuring ‘walking’ as a way to say
the importance of living a leisure life with nature to modern people who live
hectic life.

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“Sarangbang” workshop -“Images of Seoul
city”
Mar.26(Sat)
10:00-17:00
Seoul
Citizens Hall
Workshop room(B2)
Public square(B2)
Free A photography workshop that mentors participants to discover various aspects of cities and to produce them into cultural contents
Theme of 2016: “Rediscovery of Hangang River’

739-5812
“Brilliant Memories_Accompany” Mar.21(Mon)-Apr.21(Thr)
10:00-20:00
(Sat,Sun,Holidays: 10:00-19:00
Closed on Mondays
*Museum Night:
1st&3rd Fridays10:00-22:00
Project
Gallery, Buk Seoul Museum of Art
Free An exhibition devoted to masculinity ,speed, modernization&industrialization related to automobile plus auto’s mobility

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Viva Cello! Mar.25(Fri) 20:00 Kumho Art Hall All seats:
20,000KRW(students: discount 50%
Barriere Jean-Baptiste, Duo Sonata no.4 in G major/Boccherini Luigi, Cello sonata arranged for 3 cellos A major 1st&2nd mvt./ Gabriel Faure, ‘After a
dream,’ etc.


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Chamber Series I: Russian Chamber Night Mar.5(Sat)-Mar.5(Sat) 19:30 Chamber Hall, Sejong Center 30,000KRW(R),
10,000KRW(A)
Shostakovich, Piano Trio No.1
Tchaikovsky, String Quartet No. 1

Tchaikovsky, String Sextet in D minor ‘Souvenir de Florence’



1588-1210
Seoul Metropolitan Chorus <Cantata-Hangang River > Mar.3(Thur)-Mar.3(Thur) 19:30 Sejong
Grand Theater
50,000KRW(R)

30,000KRW(S)
10,000KRW(A)

Han river, river of the nation, the lifeline of their brothers as a subject matter is portrayed to exptress joys and sorrows of our nation as well as the spirit of our people.

399-1000
Seoul Metropolitan
Theatre <Henry
IV-Prince&Falstaff>
Mar.29(Tue)~Apr.14(Thur) Weekdays: 19:30 (Tue: No performance)
/ Sat:14:00, 18:30 Sun: 14:00
Sejong M Theater 50,000KRW(R)
30,000KRW(S)
20,000KRW(A)
William Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part 1 & 2
-Prince&Falstaff, a hit after its premiere in Korea in 2002 is coming to audience again by artistic director Kim Kwang-bo with Seoul Metropolitan Theatre


399-1000
Museum 4 Seasons Concert Mar.12(Sat)~Sep.24(Sat)
(Time varies according to the program. Check the homepage!)
Auditorium,
Seoul Baekje Museum
Free Museum 4 Seasons Concert by Vea Opera College of Arts, SUNHWA PIANO SOCIETY, Seoul
Orchestra & Rinnai Pops Orchestra!


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Musical ‘King Geunchogo ‘ Mar.1(Tue) 14:00,
16:00
Auditorium,
Seoul Baekje Museum
Free Amazing and exciting musical ‘King Geunchogo ‘
featuring Hanseong, the captial of Baekje 2 thousand years ago


2152-5814

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Event Dates Venue Admission (KRW) Content Contact
Experience
education: Experiencing tradition through the making of traditional Korean
paper, hanji
Dec. 28 (Mon)-Feb. 5 (Fri)/ 1st: 10:30 -12:00 2nd: 13:00~14:30, 3rd 15:00~16:30 Jong Ie Nara
Paper Art Museum
10,000 Learn the basics
of hanji and see the museum
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William Kentridge Feb.1 (Tue), 2015-March.27 (Sun), 2016
10:00-18:00
Galleries 2, 3 and 4, National Museum of
Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul
Admission : 4,000
(Tickets for all exhibitions at MMCA Seoul)
The 1st large-scale solo exhibition in Korea by the South African artist William
Kentridge (1955) features works that are reflective of human rights issues in
the history and society of South Africa.
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Jeff Bernat’s Performance in Korea Feb.12 (Fri)-Feb.13 (Sat)/Feb.12 (Fri) 8:00pm, Feb.13 (Sat) 7:00pm BLUE
SQUARE Samsung Card Hall
– R seats : 121,000
– S seats : 110,000
– A seats : 99,000
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Les Misérables Nov.28 (Sat)-Mar.6 (Sun)/Tue.,Thur.,Fri. 8:00pm/Wed. 3:00pm, 8:00pm/Sat.2:00pm,
7:00pm /Sun. 3:00pm
BLUE
SQUARE Samsung Electric Hall
– VIP seats : 140,000
– R seats : 110,000
– S seats: 80,000
– A seats:60,000
See the masterpeice known around the world for its breathtaking performances! See Les Misérables! 1453895807_home[KOR]

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Seoul-Odense International Exchange Exhibition ‘Andersen’ 2015-12-04(Fri) ~ 2016-02-21 (Sun) 9:00am~8:00pm
(Weekend & Holiday: 9:00am~ 6:00pm, closed on Mondays)
Special Exhibition Hall B, Seoul Museum of History Free Seoul-Odense International Exchange Exhibition about the life and works of Hans Christian
Andersen, the famous 19th-century Danish author of children’s fairy tales
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Lego Meets Andersen 2015-12-04
(Fri) ~ 2016-02-21 (Sun)
9:00am~8:00pm (Weekends & Holidays· 9:00am~ 6:00pm, closed on
Mondays)
First
floor exhibition hall, Seoul History Museum
Free Held in conjunction with the exhibition titled “The Wonderful World of Hans
Christian Andersen’s Life and Art,” which is currently being held at the
Special Exhibition Hall, “Lego Meets Andersen” is an exhibition of scenes
from Andersen’s fairy tales recreated using Lego.

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Character Experience Rooms Jan.2 (Sat)-Dec.31 (Sat) 10:00am~5:00pm Seoul
Animation Center
3,000-10,000 Experience making and painting paper toy,character dolls, characterwood,etc. 1453895807_home[ENG]

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Exhibition of you & I’s toys, We become
friends
Dec.19 (Sat), 2015-Feb.28 (Sun),2016
09:00~18:00
Seoul
Animation Center
Free Exhibition of the communication experience with toys between adult children in their 20s
to 30salong with kids, and a Storytelling exhibition with toys to rediscover
happiness in daily life with Playmobil
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City Monsters Jan. 7 (Thur) –Feb. 14 (Sun) 09:00-18:00 8th
floor, Seoul City Hall, Sky Plaza Gallery
Free An exhibition showcasing works of art expressing strange and cold images when
Seoul’s high buildings are combined with other locations (operating until
Feb.14)

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SeMA Modern History Project Evolved Museum: the former Belgian
Consulate
Dec.15 (Tue), 2015-Feb.21 (Sun), 2016
Tue-Fri: 10:00~20:00, weekends & holidays:10:00~18:00, closed on Mondays
& Jan.1, 2016
SeMA, Nam-Seoul Living Arts Museum Free Exhibition tracing the history of the former Belgian Consulate. Built during the Daehan
Empire era, it is now used as the SeMA, Nam-Seoul Living Arts Museum.
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Stanley Kubrick – Hyundai Card Culture Project 19 Nov.29 (Sun), 2015-March.13 (Sun) ,2016
Tue-Fri: 10:00-20:00, Sat-Sun: 10:00-18:00, Closed on Mondays
Seoul Museum of Art 2F, 3F – Adults (age 19 and older): 13,000
– Youth (age 13-18): 10,000
– Children (age
7-12): 8,000
Exhibition introducing the works of Stanley Kubrick, director of 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Clockwork Orange (1971), and Eyes Wide Shut (1999), films that remain crucial to cinema history. 1453895807_home[ENG]

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Welcoming the 2016 New Year, in Seoul Grand Park Feb.8 (Mon)-Feb.10 (Wed) 11:00~17:00 Seoul Grand Park Zoo Seoul Grand Park Entry Fee(Zoo)
– Adults : 3,000
– Youth : 2,000
– Children : 1,000
Monkey character mask performance; beat the hopeful drum! Experience folk plays and
visit the photo zone of 12 Chinese zodiac animals! Look for red monkeys!
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Alessandro Mendini Exhibition – The Poetry of Design October, 2015 to 28 Feburary, 2016 Tue-Sun: 10:00-19:00 (Extended operation:
Wednesday & Friday:10:00-21:00) *Ticketing&Admission end 1 hour
earlier than the end of exhibition
DDP M1
Design Exhibition Hall
– Adults(19~64 years) 14,000
– Teenagers (13~18 years) 10,000
– Children
(7~12 years) 8,000
Exhibition of Alessandro Mendini, a world famous designer 1453895807_home[ENG]

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2016 New Year’s Concert with Geum Nan-se Feb.24 (Wed)-Feb.24 (Wed) 19:30 Nowon-gu
Culture & Arts Center

– R seats : 50,000
– A seats : 40,000

– Viewing class: eight years and over/
One seat for one person/
Charged membership: discount 30%
“Culture Day”: discount
20%
– Senior (65 years old and
over)/Disabled/ National Merited:
discount 50%

Fantastic harmony of conductor Geum Nan-se and the New World Philharmonic!! 1453895807_home[KOR]

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951-3355
Giselle in the screen Feb.5 (Fri)-Feb.5 (Fri) 19:00 Geumnarae
Art Hall (70, Siheung-daero 73-gil, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea)
Free The world’s saddest and most beautiful girl, “Giselle.” See the Seoul Arts Center performance on
the big screen
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Music
Theater of Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra – Macbeth
Feb.25 (Thu)-Feb.25 (Thu) 20:00 Korea National
University of Art, KNUA Hall (Seocho-dong)
20,000 Richard Georg Strauss & Macbeth 1453895807_home[ENG]

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Healing project: “Mind.” Monet Draws a Light Jan.23 (Sat)-Jun.30 (Thur) Seoul Citizens Hall
Sound Gallery (B1)
Free Healing exhibition of Monet’s works via media in the healing spaces of the Sound
Gallery
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New Year’s Day Celebration Feb.7 (Sun)~Feb.10 (Thur) Seoul Citizens Hall Open Lounge & Citizens Plaza Free A variety of performances. Come experience
events to celebrate New Year’s Day.
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January 2016 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event

Dates

Venue

Admission

Content

Contact

Hyundai Card Culture Project 19 “Stanley Kubrick”

Nov. 29 (Sun) ~ Mar. 13 (Sun)

Weekdays: 10:00~20:00

Weekends: 10:00~18:00

Closed on Mondays

Seoul Museum of Art, Seosomun Main Building (2F, 3F)

Adults (at least 19 years old): KRW 13,000

Youths (18 or under): KRW 10,000

Children (7 to 12): KRW 8,000

An exhibition of the creative world of Stanley Kubrick, the director famous for numerous innovative films, such as 2001 Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, and Eyes Wide Shut.

http://sema.seoul.go.kr  

2124-8973

Seoul Metropolitan Theater’s “Shakespeare Made Easy Series I”

Family musical The Tempest

Jan. 13 (Wed) ~ Jan. 31 (Sun)

Thursday: 11:00

Friday: 19:30

Saturday: 14:00 and 17:00, Sunday: 14:00 (Closed on Mondays)

Sejong M Theater

R seats: KRW 40,000

S seats: KRW 30,000

A seats: KRW 20,000

A family musical version of The Tempest, Shakespeare’s last romantic play. This is an edifying performance based on a message of reconciliation from Stephano, the cook.

www.sejongpac.or.kr  

399-1000

Third anniversary of Seoul Citizens Hall

Jan. 8 (Fri) ~ Jan. 24 (Sun)

Vicinity of Seoul Citizens Hall

Free

Special performances, exhibitions, and events to celebrate the third anniversary of Seoul Citizens Hall.

739-5814

Donated Collection Exhibition

Jan. 1 (Fri) ~ Jan. 31 (Sun)

9:00~20:00

(Closed on Jan. 1 and Mondays)

Seoul Museum of History, Exhibition Hall of Donated Collection

Free

An exhibition of items donated by Seoul residents consisting of five sections: Exhibition Hall 1 (Leading Craftspeople of Seoul), Exhibition Hall 2 (20 Years after 1994), Exhibition Hall 3 (High-ranking Officials of Hanyang), Exhibition Hall 4 (Unhyeongung Palace), and Exhibition Hall 5 (Photographs of Seoul)

724-0157

2016 Art and Humanities Lectures with Great Scholars and Famous Speakers

Jan. 29 (Fri)

10:00~12:00

Gyeomjae Jeongseon Memorial Museum,

Multipurpose Room (3F)

KRW 35,000

Theme: Examination and Vision of Korean Culture

Lecturer: Yu In-chon (former Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism)

2659-2206

Changed Food, Changed Body:

The Journey to Wellness

Jan. 4 (Mon) ~ Jan. 25 (Mon) Every Monday: 10:00~12:30

Dobong Center for Women

Free

Outlines how dietary changes can improve our health.

955-0104

“Bling Bling”

Family Experience Exhibition

Nov. 15 (Sun) ~ Jan. 16 (Sat)

Duration: 80 minutes

Gangdong Arts Center,

Art Gallery Geurim

Children: KRW 18,000

Adults: KRW 10,000

Group rate: KRW 11,000

(Admission for children and groups includes KRW 4,000 for materials)

An interactive exhibition based on a theme of rainbows and constellations that uses color and light to create fun activities for children.

440-0500

Paper Clay Mask-making Activity

Jan. 2 (Sat): 14:00~15:30

Jan. 16 (Sat): 10:30~12:00

Feb. 6 (Sat): 14:00~15:30

Jong Ie Nara Paper Art Museum

KRW 10,000

A hands-on class where participants make masks and other craft items out of soft hanji mixed with water.

2279-7901

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A family musical version of The Tempest<\/i>, Shakespeare\u2019s last romantic play. This is an edifying performance based on a message of reconciliation from Stephano, the cook.<\/p>\n\n

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Gyeomjae Jeongseon Memorial Museum,<\/p>\n\n

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Jan. 4 (Mon) ~ Jan. 25 (Mon) Every Monday: 10:00~12:30
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Dobong Center for Women<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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Family Experience Exhibition<\/b>
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December 2015 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event

Dates

Venue

Admission

Content

Contact

2015 Seoul Photo Festival

Nov. 25 (Wed) – Dec. 25 (Fri)

– Seoul Metropolitan Library (Weekdays: 9:00-21:00, Weekends: 9:00-18:00 Closed on Mondays and holidays)

– Citizens’ Hall (9:00-21:00)

– Buk Seoul Museum of Art (Weekdays: 10:00-21:00, Weekends:  10:00-18:00, Closed on Mondays)

Seoul Metropolitan Library, Seoul City Hall, Citizens’ Hall (City Gallery & Citizens’ Plaza),

Buk Seoul Museum of Art

Free

A photo festival that features various exhibitions (citizen participatory exhibition, professional photography exhibition, photography book exhibition, etc.) and sideline events, including experimental programs (photo studio with volunteer photographers & symposium)

http://seoulphotofestival.com

549-7971

City Monsters

Nov. 14 (Sat) – Jan. 6, 2016 (Wed) 09:00-18:00

Seoul City Hall, Sky Plaza Gallery

Free

An exhibition showcasing art works that place the tall, concrete buildings and structures of Seoul in completely different environments to create strange, unfamiliar feelings among viewers

http://sculture.seoul.go.kr

2133-5641

Art Market & Workshop

Dec. 12 (Sat) – 13 (Sun)

Dec. 26 (Sat) – 27 (Sun)

11:00-18:00

Seoul City Hall, Open Lounge (B1)

Free

A market where citizens sell and share handmade crafts

https://seoulcitizenshall.kr/nr/

739-0057

Paik Nam June Groove_Heung

Nov. 13 (Fri) – Jan. 29, 2015 (Fri) 11:00-19:30

Sejong Museum of Art, Halls 1 & 2

Adults: KRW 9,000,

Students & Children: KRW 4,000

A special exhibition held to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the death of Paik Nam June, showcasing Paik’s early video works as well as drawings, prints, and other archive materials

www.sejongpac.or.kr

399-1000

A Journey to the Modern Seoul City Wall

Dec. 1 (Tue) – Feb. 14, 2016 (Sun)

– Tue-Fri:

09:00-19:00

– Weekends and holidays:

09:00-18:00

(Closed on Mondays)

Seoul City Wall Museum,

Special Exhibition Hall (1F)

Free

An exhibition that reinvents the modern Seoul City Wall using an array of visual arts materials, including foreigners’ accounts of their travels in Korea in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as well as films and popular music.

724-0243

Winter Story 1

“X-mas Concert for Children”

Dec. 25 (Fri)

19:00

Dream Forest Art Center, Concert Hall

KRW 10,000

A Christmas Festival featuring performances of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and variations along with music from The Nutcracker and Peter and the Wolf

2289-5401

The Nutcracker

Dec. 24 (Thu) -Dec. 26 (Sat)

– 24th: 19:30

– 25th & 26th:

14:00, 18:00

Nowon Arts Center, Performance Hall

KRW 30,000

An excellent performance of pieces from The Nutcracker by the Lee Wonkuk Ballet Company for the Christmas season

951-3355

OST Acoustic Concert

Dec. 24 (Thu)

17:00-19:00

Sindorim Art Space, Gori

Café, Dongne:Book

Free

A concert featuring live performances of music from films that also offers audience members a chance to talk about films and music with the artists

867-2202

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– Citizens\u2019 Hall (9:00-21:00)<\/p>\n\n

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Nov. 14 (Sat) – Jan. 6, 2016 (Wed) 09:00-18:00<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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Seoul City Hall, Sky Plaza Gallery<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Free<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

An exhibition showcasing art works that place the tall, concrete buildings and structures of Seoul in completely different environments to create strange, unfamiliar feelings among viewers<\/p>\n\n

http:\/\/sculture.seoul.go.kr<\/a><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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2133-5641<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\t<\/tr>\n\n\t

\n

Art Market & Workshop<\/b><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Dec. 12 (Sat) – 13 (Sun)<\/p>\n\n

Dec. 26 (Sat) – 27 (Sun) <\/p>\n\n

11:00-18:00<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Seoul City Hall, Open Lounge (B1)<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Free<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

A market where citizens sell and share handmade crafts<\/p>\n\n

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\n

739-0057<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\t<\/tr>\n\n\t

\n

Paik Nam June Groove_Heung <\/b><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Nov. 13 (Fri) – Jan. 29, 2015 (Fri) 11:00-19:30<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Sejong Museum of Art, Halls 1 & 2<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Adults: KRW 9,000,<\/p>\n\n

Students & Children: KRW 4,000<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

A special exhibition held to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the death of Paik Nam June, showcasing Paik\u2019s early video works as well as drawings, prints, and other archive materials<\/p>\n\n

www.sejongpac.or.kr<\/a><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

399-1000<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\t<\/tr>\n\n\t

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A Journey to the Modern Seoul City Wall<\/b><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Dec. 1 (Tue) – Feb. 14, 2016 (Sun)<\/p>\n\n

– Tue-Fri:<\/p>\n\n

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– Weekends and holidays:<\/p>\n\n

09:00-18:00<\/p>\n\n

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\n

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\n

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Winter Story 1<\/b><\/p>\n\n

\u201cX-mas Concert for Children\u201d<\/b><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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Dec. 25 (Fri)<\/p>\n\n

19:00<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

Dream Forest Art Center, Concert Hall<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

KRW 10,000<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

A Christmas Festival featuring performances of \u201cTwinkle Twinkle Little Star\u201d and variations along with music from The Nutcracker<\/i> and Peter and the Wolf<\/i><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

2289-5401<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\t<\/tr>\n\n\t

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The Nutcracker<\/b><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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Dec. 24 (Thu) -Dec. 26 (Sat)<\/p>\n\n

– 24th: 19:30<\/p>\n\n

– 25th & 26th:<\/p>\n\n

14:00, 18:00<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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Nowon Arts Center, Performance Hall<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

KRW 30,000<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

\n

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951-3355<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\t<\/tr>\n\n\t

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OST Acoustic Concert<\/b><\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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Dec. 24 (Thu)<\/p>\n\n

17:00-19:00<\/p>\n<\/td>\n\n\t\t

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Sindorim Art Space, Gori<\/p>\n\n

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November 2015 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event Dates Venue Admission Content Contact
Alessandro
Mendini: The Poetry of Design
Oct. 9 (Fri.) to Feb. 28 (Sun.)
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00 – 19:00
(Extended hours: Wed. & Fri.10:00 – 21:00)
DDP Museum, Design Exhibition Hall General:
KRW 14,000,University Students:
KRW 12,000,

Youth:
KRW 10,000,

Children:
KRW 8,000

A large-scale exhibition of the works
of world-renowned designer Alessandro Mendini.www.ddp.or.kr
2153-0000
Unused
and Underused Space Construction Project
Re-Play (4 Platforms & 17 Events)
Oct. 20 (Tues.) – Dec. 13 (Sun.)
Tues to Fri: 10:00 – 20:00
Weekends and holidays:
10:00 – 19:00
Closed on Mondays
Seoul Museum of Art, Seosomun Main
Building, First Floor
Free An exhibition showcasing the project to turn “unused and underused spaces” into local cultural spaces, an effort that has recently become a controversial topic, along with Seoul’s urban renewal policy.

http://sema.seoul.go.kr

2124-8942
Pansori
in the Afternoon
“Love,
Chunhyang”
Nov. 19 (Thurs.) 11:00 Sejong Chamber Hall All Seats:

KRW 20,000

A performance of “Chunhyangga,” reinterpreted and reborn as “Love, Chunhyang” by Master Pansori Singer Han Seungseok, and featuring young pansori singers as the main characters Yi Mongnyong and Seong Chunhyang.

www.sejongpac.or.kr

399-1000
Gautier
Capucon & Friends
Nov. 24 (Tues.) 20:00 Seoul Arts Center,

IBK Chamber Hall

R Seat:

KRW 30,000

A Seat: KRW 10,000

Brahms, Piano Trio No. 3

Brahms, Piano Quintet

http://www.museum.seoul.kr

1588-1210
Seoul x Tottori

Manga
World on Jaemi-ro

Oct. 30 (Fri.) – Dec. 31 (Thurs.) 09:00 – 18:00

(Closed on Mondays and national holidays)

Jaemirang Free An exchange exhibition between Seoul and Tottori, showcasing the works of the top three manga artists from Tottori, Japan, known as “Manga World,” and related attractions. 779-6107
Talent
Sharing Four Seasons Concert
Nov. 21 (Sat.)

14:00 – 15:00

Seoul Museum of History, Lobby, First Floor Free A “talent sharing” concert hosted by MENO Music and the
Seoul Museum of History.
724-0172
2015
Seoul Imagination Power Plant
Nov. 13 (Fri.) – Nov. 27
(Fri.)
Sewoon Shopping Mall,

Indoor Plaza, Fifth Floor

Reserved Workshops: KRW

10,000 – 20,000

All other events are
free of charge.

An exhibition that connects youth culture with the potential of the people at Sewoon Shopping Mall and the materials and infrastructure that have accumulated there throughout
modern Korean history. The exhibition attempts to rediscover Sewoon Shopping Mall as a new world where history, creativity, and modern technology come together.
807-4422
Seoul’s Healing
Forest Program – Golden Forest Trail
Nov. 5 (Thurs.) – Nov. 26 (Thurs.)

Thursday: 14:00 – 16:00

Seoul Grand Park, Healing Forest Free A program that uses the natural benefits of a forest to help people improve their health and strengthen their immune system. Participants engage in various activities in the forest under the guidance of a Forest Healing Guide. 500-7576

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October 2015 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event Period Venue Admission Details Contact
Turn Off the TV and Let’s Go Out!
(Subtitle: To Dad, Who Only Sits and Watches TV)
September – December Seoul Metropolitan Government website (www.seoul.go.kr),
Seoul Culture Portal (culture.seoul.go.kr), and
Seoul Cultural Headquarters website (sculture.seoul.go.kr)
Free A program featuring three-minute videos and citizen culture newscasters who introduce affordable and informative events and exhibitions around Seoul. 2133-2549
2015 (8th) Seoul Book Festival –
“Hey Libe! Hang Out With Me!”
Oct. 23 (Fri) – 25 (Sun)
10:00 – 18:00
Seoul Plaza, Seoul Metropolitan Library (Open Library) Free A book festival with over 200 participating libraries and publishing companies. The festival program includes lectures by writers, discussions, book talks, and performances.

http://www.seoulbook.kr
2133-0226
The Night of Seoul Sep. 19 (Sat.) – Nov. 10 (Tues.) 09:00 – 18:00 Seoul City Hall, Sky Plaza Gallery Free An exhibition of artworks that express the passion of citizen’s lives based on the theme of the dynamic nightlife of Seoul in places such as Bukchon and Samcheong-dong.

sculture.seoul.go.kr
2133-5641
The 11th Gwanghwamun International Art Festival – Ode to Gwanghwamun Oct. 21 (Wed.) – Nov. 2 (Mon.) 11:00 – 20:00 Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Art Hall, Sejongno Park Free GIAF, a visual arts festival held in Gwanghwamun! 399-1114
Opera Matinee Carmen Oct. 13 (Tues.) 11:00 Sejong Chamber Hall R Seat: KRW 30,000,
S Seat: KRW 20,000
A concert featuring performances of “Habanera,” “Les Toreadors,” and other familiar songs from Bize’s last opera, Carmen, with commentary. 399-1000
2015 Seoul Architecture Festival Oct. 8 (Thurs.) – Nov. 8 (Sun.) 10:00 – 19:00 Former National Tax Service Annex, Namdaemun Free A festival based on the theme of citizen participatory urban renewal and featuring a program that includes an opening ceremony, PechaKucha presentations, architectural culture tours, open house, and architecture academy.
The festival’s exhibition program features a variety of works, including Seoul Architecture Prize-winning works.

http://saf.kr
2133-7106
Animal Habitat Cultural Festival Oct. 5 – Oct. 25
(Every Saturday and Sunday)
13:00 – 18:00
Seoul Grand Park Free
(Admission fee for the zoo paid separately.)
A world tour at the zoo! Experience the habitats of animals from all around the world through performances, events, and a stamp tour! 500-7335
2015 Forsythia Children’s Song Contest Oct. 24 (Sat.) 16:00 Yongsan Art Hall, Grand Theater Mir Free An event for families who love beautiful children’s songs. 3473-0056



September 2015 Cultural Event Calendar

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Event Period Venue Admission Details Contact
Culture and the Arts at Seoul Plaza Sep. 1 (Tue) – Nov. 8 (Sun) 19:00 – 20:30 Permanent Stage at the southeastern part of Seoul Plaza Free A festival featuring performances by groups of artists and musicians funded by Seoul Metropolitan Government as well as citizen performers and artist groups. Includes performances of classical music by Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra as well as other orchestras, performances by artist groups from the Seoul Cultural Center, a b-boy group from the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, street artists participating in the Seasonal Street Arts Festival, and street artist groups participating in Street Art Zone.

http://culture.seoul.go.kr
02-2133-2522
International Exhibition “Ancient Capitals of China: Archaeological Discoveries” Sep. 8 (Tue) – Dec. 6 (Sun) 9:00 – 21:00 Seoul Baekje Museum, Special Exhibition Hall Free An exhibition showcasing relicts excavated from the ancient capitals of China (Chang’an, Luoyang, and Ye).

http://baekjemuseum.seoul.go.kr
02-2152-5913
Seasonal Street Arts Festival at the DDP Sep. 26 (Sat) – 27 (Sun)
16:00 – 19:00 (Every weekend)
DDP Eight Junction, Oullim Square Free The DDP’s Seasonal Street Arts Festival.
http://ddp.or.kr
02-2153-0000
2015 Seoul Focus – Festival of Hands Sep. 8 (Tue) – Nov. 8 (Sun)

Weekdays: 10:00 – 20:00

Weekends: 10:00 – 19:00

(Closed on Mondays)
Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Exhibition Hall 2 Free An exhibition that allows visitors to experience the work of artists first hand through crafts and design products as well as living arts, in which fine art is blended with its surroundings in practical ways as well as with people’s lives. 02-2124-5271
Hangawi Event Sep. 28 (Mon) 11:00 – 17:00 Seoul Museum of History plaza, lobby,auditorium, etc. Free Cultural events and performances for family members of all ages to enjoy, including a variety of traditional culture experience programs. 02-724-0112
Indie-AniFest 2015 Sep. 17 (Thu) – Sep. 22 (Tue) 10:00 – 20:00 Seoul Animation Center Adult: KRW 6,000

Student: KRW 3,000
The only indie animated film festival and special exhibition in Korea, held for the eleventh time this year. 02-3455-8341
Dreaming in Seoul – The First Dream Sep. 30 (Wed) 20:00 Dream Forest Art Center, Concert Hall All seats: KRW 10,000 An inspirational concert featuring the Seoul Metropolitan Traditional Music Orchestra with 45 musicians performing “Arirang,” the song that has been so intricately entwined with the lives of Koreans, as well as a variety of other pieces. 02-2289-5401
Women’s Choir Association of Seoul Regular Concert Sep. 17 (Thu) 19:30 Yongsan Art Hall, Grand Theater Mir Free An invitational concert for the underprivileged that aims to provide cheerful and meaningful music to citizens and enhance the leadership of women. 02-717-2150



August 2015 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event Dates Venue Admission Content Contact
Seoul Brand Idea Contest Jul. 20 (Mon) – Sep. 1 (Tue) Free – Theme: Seoul, a relaxed yet passionate city where people live in peace and harmony

– Category: Slogan or BI that represents Seoul to the world

– Application period: Jul. 20 – Sep. 1

http://brand.seoul.go.kr/
02-338-7404
2015 Seoul Culture Night Aug. 28 (Fri) – Aug. 29 (Sat) 16:00 Seoul Plaza, DDP, etc. Free Numerous programs and events, including Seoul Baekjung Nori, Night Owl Festival, Citizens’ Plaza, and Cultural Excursion

www.seoulculturenight.com
02-6462-7420
The Power of Namsan Aug. 7 (Fri) – Nov. 1 (Sun)

– Weekdays: 9:00 -20:00

– Weekends and Holidays: 9:00 – 19:00

(Closed on Mondays)
Seoul Museum of Art, Seosomun Main Building, 1st floor exhibition hall Free Held in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the liberation from Japanese rule and featuring artworks about North Korea by artists at home and abroad, this exhibition serves to strengthen the bond between people so that they may live together in harmony, overcoming ideological and political differences
http://sema.seoul.go.kr
02-2124-8938
2015 Hangeul Day Postcard Contest Jun. 10 (Wed) – Sep. 10 (Thu)
* Hangeul Day Event Oct. 9 (Fri)
Free After filling out an online application form on the website (www.hangulcontest.com), write your name and application number on the backside of your work and send it by regular mail. 02-710-0765
Wonderland in SeMA Aug. 13 (Thu) – Dec. 13 (Sun)

Weekdays: 10:00 – 20:00

Weekends: 10:00 – 19:00

(Closed on Mondays)
Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Children’s Gallery Free An exhibition that introduces a variety of artistic reinterpretations of fairy tales familiar to children. 02-2124-5268
Safe Seoul,Hospitable Seoul Jul. 24 (Fri) – Aug. 31 (Mon) 09:00 – 21:00 Citizens’ Hall, City Gallery (B1) Free An exhibition promoting Seoul and featuring the works of citizen artists 02-739-5810
Tempest Aug. 13 (Thu) – Aug. 30 (Sun)

Weekdays: 20:00,

Weekends: 16:00

(Closed on Mondays)
Namsangol Hanok Village, Seoul Namsan Traditional Theater KRW 30,000 A fantastic performance and a uniquely Korean interpretation of a classic Shakespeare play! 02-2261-0501
Invited Foreign Family Play “1+1” Aug. 25 (Tue) – Aug. 27 (Thu)

Tue: 19:00

Wed-Thu: 14:00, 19:00
Gangdong Arts Center, Theater Dream All Seats KRW 20,000 An Italian-Iranian joint production. Invited foreign family play ”1+1”. Two men meet in a new world! Will they become friends? 02-440-0500



July 2015 Cultural Events Calendar

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Event Dates Venue Admission Content Contact
Diego Rivera May 23 (Sat) – Aug. 16 (Sun) 11:00 – 20:30 Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Art Gallery Adults KRW 12,000, Students KRW 9,000, Children KRW 7,000 Korea’s first exhibition of the works of Diego Rivera, a pioneer of the 20th century Mexican modern art and mural movement who is beloved by all Mexicans.

http://www.sejongpac.or.kr
02-739-4333
Peace Minus One Jun. 9 (Tue) – Aug. 23 (Sun)

– Tue – Fri: 10:00 – 20:00

– Weekends and Holidays: 10:00 – 19:00

(First and third Tuesday of every month: 10:00 – 22:00)
Seoul Museum of Art, Seosomun Main Building, 2nd and 3rd floors Adults KRW 13,000, Students KRW 11,000, Children KRW 8,000 An experimental exhibition that combines the art of domestic and foreign artists through the work and artistic worldview of G-Dragon.
http://sema.seoul.go.kr
02-3789-8870
Andy Warhol Live Jun. 6 (Sat) – Sep. 27 (Sun) 10:00 – 21:00 DDP Museum, Design Exhibition Hall Adults KRW 15,000, Students KRW 12,000, Children KRW 8,000 Large-scale exhibition of living and breathing works of Andy Warhol, an icon of 20th century pop art
http://www.ddp.or.kr
02-2153-0000
Seoul Symphony Orchestra “Chamber Music” Series 2: Scandinavian Wind Ensemble Jul. 21 (Tue) 19:30 Sejong Chamber Hall R Seat KRW 30,000, A Seat KRW 10,000 – Gade’s tango “Jalousie”

– Berwald’s “Septet for Winds”

– Bach’s “Sonata for Solo Flute”

– Nielsen’s “Wind Quintet”
1588-1210
Story of Home Jul. 11 (Sat) – Sep. 15 (Tue) Seoul City Hall, Sky Plaza Gallery Free An exhibition of installation art showcasing a variety of buildings in Seoul built since 1973, including a shoemaker’s shop at Yeomcheongyo Bridge, near Seoul Station, and an oil shop at Tongin Market 02-2133-5641
Citizens Hall Art Festival “Africa Exhibition” Jul. 24 (Fri) – Aug. 6 (Thu) 09:00 – 21:00 Seoul City Hall, Open Lounge (B1) Free A special exhibition showcasing the natural scenery and landscapes of Africa and the daily lives of Africans, held as part of the Citizens Hall Art Festival. 02-739-5810
Summer School Classes “A Sweet Present from Baekje” Jul. 28 (Tue) – Aug. 7 (Fri) 10:00 – 12:00, 14:00 – 16:00 Seoul Baekje Museum, Education Room Free Educational classes for fifth and sixth graders during summer vacation, held in connection with a special summer exhibition of donated relics titled “Beautiful Sharing – The Treasures of Hanseong” 02-2152-5846
Seoul Art Space—Jamsil 2015 Horticultural Healing Program “Petite Floria” Jul. 27 (Mon) – Sep. 7 (Mon) 15:00 – 17:00 Seoul Art Space Jamsil Free “Floria,” an horticultural healing program for children with disabilities held at Seoul Art Space Jamsil from July 27 (Mon), 2015 02-423-6674