January 2019 Cultural Events

J 2019 Cultural Events

  • Bowwow City Expedition

    Bowwow City Expedition
    • ○ Dates : Nov. 2 (Fri.)-Jan. 31 (Thur.) 09:00-20:00
    • ○ Venue : B1, Sound Gallery, Seoul Citizens Hall
    • ○ Admission : Free
    • ○ Content : The exhibition features various appearances and spots of Seoul from different perspectives. (A panoramic video media exhibition that shows people, events, and sceneries of Seoul by the view of a puppy named ‘Baekgu’ with an action cam on his head)
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-739-5811
    • ○ Website : http://seoulcitizenshall.kr/
  • Collaborative Program <SuEoJiGyo>

    Collaborative Program SuEoJiGyo
    • ○ Dates : Jan.8 (Tue.)-Feb. 1 (Fri.) Tue. – Fri. 19:30
    • ○ Venue : Seoul Donhwamun Traditional Theater
    • ○ Admission : Admission vary by performance
    • ○ Content : ‘SuEoJiGyo (literally, ‘the relationship between water and fish’) is a collaborative program created by the artists and Seoul Donhwamun Traditional Theater. The 16 teams will be performing with the theme of minyo (folk songs) and jeongga (righteous songs) for four weeks.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-3210-7001~2
    • ○ Website : http://sdtt.or.kr
  • <East Village NY: Vulnerable and Extreme>

    East Village NY: Vulnerable and Extreme
    • ○ Dates : Dec. 13 (Thur.)-Feb. 24 (Sun.) Tue.-Fri 10:00-20:00
      Weekends, national holidays 10:00-18:00 Second and last Wednesday of every month 10:00-22:00
    • ○ Venue : 2-3F, Seoul Museum of Art
    • ○ Admission : Free
    • ○ Content : The exhibition sheds light on the major artists and their works of East Village in New York, which is the representative gathering place of the artists in 1980s.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-8946
    • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
  • <Two Pillars and Seven Letters>

    Two Pillars and Seven Letters
    • ○ Dates : Dec.13 (Thurs.) – Feb. 6 (Wed.) / Tues.-Fri. 10:00 – 20:00 Weekends, national holidays 10:00-18:00 Museum Night Second, last Wednesday of every month (Culture Day) 10:00 – 22:00, Closed Mondays
    • ○ Venue : Seoul Museum of Art Seosomun Main Building, 3F Project Gallery
    • ○ Admission : Free
    • ○ Content : In light of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, this exhibition uses art to illustrate the phase of modern society that relies on data at a time when “data” is used as the energy of future industries.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-8942
    • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
  • <The Expanded Manual>

    The Expanded Manual
    • ○ Dates : Dec. 11 (Tue.)-Feb. 17 (Sun.) Tue.-Fri. 10:00-20:00
      Weekends, national holidays 10:00-18:00 Closed on Mondays
    • ○ Venue : Nam Seoul Museum of Art
    • ○ Admission : Free
    • ○ Content : The exhibition shows the new composition with the expanded manual of artwork production. The artists reproduce the new structure and create additional works from the reinterpretation of the exist artworks.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-8940
    • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
  • <Tomorrow, the World Will be Beautiful>

    Tomorrow, the World Will be Beautiful
    • ○ Dates : Permanent Exhibition Tue.-Sun. 10:00-19:00 Closed on Mondays
    • ○ Venue : Nam June Paik Memorial House at Seoul Museum of Art
    • ○ Admission : Free
    • ○ Content : The Exhibition follows the memories and imaginative journey of Nam June Paik, who returned to Korea in 1984 after over 30 years abroad.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-8937
    • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
  • Gugu Sorando

    Gugu Sorando
    • ○ Dates : Dec. 22 (Sat.)-Mar. 12 (Tue.)
    • ○ Venue : Namsangol Hanok Village Plaza
    • ○ Admission : Free
    • ○ Content : Gugu sohando (traditional paintings of eighty-one plum blossoms) were painted by scholars during the winter days while waiting for spring. This outdoor exhibition at Namsangol Hanok Village features various Gugu sohando with the modernistic sensitivity of each artist.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-2261-0517
    • ○ Website : https://www.hanokmaeul.or.kr/
  • Dilkusha & Chain of Amber

    Dilkusha & Chain of Amber
    • ○ Dates : Nov. 23 (Fri.)-Mar. 10(Sun.) Tue.-Fri. 09:00-20:00 Weekends, national holidays 09:00-18:00
    • ○ Venue : Special Exhibition Hall B, Seoul Museum of History
    • ○ Admission : Free
    • ○ Content : ‘It introduces that the various story of Albert and Mary Taylor’s life in Seoul (Gyeongseong) from 1917 until 1942.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-724-0274
    • ○ Website : http://www.museum.seoul.kr/
  • Heart Exploration

    Heart Exploration
    • ○ Dates : Jan. 2 (Wed.)-31 (Thur.) 14:00
    • ○ Venue : B1, Performance Workshop, Seoul Children’s Museum
    • ○ Admission : KRW 4,000 (Entry fee KRW 3,000)
    • ○ Content : Feel various emotions and express them with body
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-6450-9500
    • ○ Website : https://www.seoulchildrensmuseum.org/
  • Premium Pet Show

    Premium Pet Show
    • ○ Dates : Jan. 11 (Fri.)-Jan.13 (Sun.) 10:00-18:00
    • ○ Venue : Exhibition Room 2 and 3, SETEC
    • ○ Admission : Online pre-registration: Free
      On-site registration: KRW 5,000
    • ○ Content : ”KKC International Dog Show’ with the various companies’ displays of the feed, snacks, and clothes for pets Provides diverse programs such as KKC Pet Style (pet grooming) Competition, etc.
    • ○ Contact : 82-2-6012-8577
    • ○ Website : http://www.pet-show.co.kr