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  • Looking for a Nice Way to Escape the Summer Heat? Go to Seoul Citizens’ Hall!

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    Looking for a Nice Way to Escape the Summer Heat? Go to Seoul Citizens’ Hall!

    This summer season, why don’t you try diverse cultural programs (i.e., performances, exhibits, hands-on programs) offered by the Seoul Citizens’ Hall?

    The Seoul Citizens’ Hall (former Seoul City Hall) is right next to the Seoul Metropolitan Library and Seoul Plaza. It is directly connected with Subway Lines 1 and 2 (City Hall Station/Exit 4 and Euljiro 1-ga Station Exit 1). (Closed on Mondays)

    For more details concerning events held at the Seoul Citizens’ Hall, please visit the homepage (http://www.seoulcitizenshall.kr) or call +82-120 (Seoul Call Center, Dasan 120) or +82-2-739-9922 (Seoul Citizens’ Hall Operation Team). You may make reservations through the homepage.


    [Major programs to be held in July and August]

    Event Hour/Date Place Contents
    Baseurak Concert: B-Boy and traditional Korean music July 20 (Sat.)
    4:00 ~5:30 PM
    B2, Baseurak Hall Collaboration concert featuring the country’s dancer Poppin Hyun-joon and prima donna of traditional Korean music Park Ae-ri
    Baseurak Concert August 24 (Sat.)~25 (Sun.)
    4:00 ~5:30 PM
    B2, Baseurak Hall A B-Boy performance based on a story associated with Chunhyang
    Friday Art Class July 26 (Fri.) 7:00 PM B2,
    Event Hall
    [Listening to classical music with interpretation: Opera]
    • July 26: Listening to classical music with interpretation
    • August 9 (Fri.), August 23 (Fri.): Ballet
    Circular Playground Every Sunday 4:00 ~5:00 PM B2,
    Public Square
    Hands-on experience of woodcraft making
    Talk Concert July 31 (Wed.);