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Monthly Event Calendar

  • Cultural Events Calendar for March 2015

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    Event PeriodVenueDescriptionAdmissionContact
    Citizens Talk Concert “Our Seoul Story” Feb. 27 (Fri) – May 1 (Fri)
    Every Friday 19:00-21:00
    Seoul Citizens Hall and City HallAn event that gives citizens and experts opportunities to talk about the nature, history, culture, and people of Seoul. The stories of citizens that represent Seoul’s identity will be used to build on the Seoul City brand.
    Seoul Plaza Exhibition Feb. 10 (Tue) – Apr. 30 (Thu)
    Tue-Fri 9:00-21:00,
    Sat-Sun 9:00-18:00
    Seoul Metropolitan Library 1st to 5th floorsShowcases various visual documents, including those portraying major historical events in the areas surrounding Seoul Plaza (in front of City Hall) and the changes in the landscape of the area since Korea’s liberation from Japanese rule on August 15, 1945
    “Where People Live”Feb. 4 (Wed) – Mar. 29 (Sun) 9:00~18:00 Seoul City Hall, 8th floor, Sky Plaza Gallery Winner of the 2015 Sky Plaza Gallery Competition,
    “Where People Live” showcases 23 photographs of Seoul’s traditional markets, including Gwangjang Market, Tongin Market, and Dongmyo Market.

    Spring, the Sweet SoundMar. 6 (Fri) 20:00Kumho Art HallKreisler’s Love’s Sorrow, Love’s Joy
    Gershwin’s He Loves and She Loves
    Suk’s Serenade, etc.
    General: KRW 15,000 / Student: KRW 10,00002-1588-1210
    Sejong Chamber Series 2015 presented by MontblancMar. 13 (Fri) 20:00Sejong Chamber HallVivaldi’s Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor, RV 531, Cello Concerto No. 1
    Tchaikovsky’s Sextet for Strings, etc.

    R Seat: KRW 50,000 / S Seat: KRW 40,00002-399-1114
    Salon de SeMA: SeMA’s New Acquisitions 2014Feb. 17 (Tue) – Mar. 29 (Sun)
    Tue-Fri 10:00-20:00
    (Until 19:00 on Sat, Sun, and holidays)
    Seoul Museum of Art, Seosomun Main BuildingAn annual exhibition that showcases new acquisitions from the previous year.
    This year’s exhibition will showcase 43 items that were acquired in 2014.

    KKIRIKKIRI KOKKIRI Mar. 5 (Thu) – Jun. 21 (Sun)
    Children’s Gallery, Buk Seoul Museum of ArtAn experiential exhibition where children use all five of their senses to experience the ecological and humanistic aspects of the largest animal on earth—elephants.
    Hong Soon-Tai’s Seoul Photo Archive “Three Rooms”
    Feb. 27 (Fri) – May 17 (Sun)
    Special Exhibition Hall, Seoul Museum of HistoryBased on over 700 photographs donated in 2013, this is an archive exhibition that showcases the changes in Seoul and the daily lives of Seoul citizens in the 1960s and 70s. Displayed in three rooms: Room of Documents, Room of Memories, and Room of Perspective
    Design 36.5 Degrees ExhibitionMar. 17 (Tue) -May 24 (Sun)
    ※Until 21:00 on Wed & Fri
    DDP (Dongdaemun Design Plaza) -Design Exhibition Hall Showcases the social role of design that creates “harmony from differences” through the preservation of the earth’s natural environment, as well as an understanding of physical and socio-cultural differencesAdult
    KRW 8,000