The special exhibition, HanokHangeul, will be held from November 6 to December 2 at the Seoul Namsangol Hanok Village, featured as the last project of the year. The exhibition will address the topics of Hanoks, appropriate for the autumn season, and the pride of Korea, Hangeul, to offer a time of embracing the excellence of traditional Korean culture.
The Namsangol Hanok Village was created in 1998 for the operation of various programs on the topics of traditional Korean culture and has since welcomed city resident and tourists alike, from both home and abroad.
This exhibition was inspired by the characteristics of Hangeul and will present works that utilize the Korean language on the topics of Hanoks and Hangeul by seven performing artists active in the fields of dance, ceramics, and installation art.
Throughout the exhibition period, the houses that were only open for experiential programming will also be open to the public for visitors to freely observe the interior of traditional housing while appreciating the artworks.
For more information on the 2018 HanokHangeul exhibition and other ongoing programs, please visit the Namsangol Hanok Village official website (www.hanokmaeul.or.kr), or inquire directly to Namsangol Hanok Village (82-2-2261-0517).
|November 6 – December 2||HanokHangeul exhibition||10:00-19:00||Namsangol Hanok Village All houses|
|November 9||Program 1: Korean sock making||15:00-17:00||Namsangol Hanok Village Min Family’s house|
|November 16||Program 2: Korean ceramics making||15:00-17:00||Namsangol Hanok Village Min Family’s house|
|November 23||Program 3: Korean sock making||15:00-17:00||Namsangol Hanok Village Min Family’s house|
* Above schedule may be subject to change.