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  • March 2019 Cultural Events

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    March 2019 Cultural Events

    • March First Movement in Books

      March First Movement in Books
      • ○ Dates : Feb. 28 – Mar. 31
      • ○ Time : 9 AM – 9 PM
      • ○ Venue : Exhibition room and six collection rooms, 1st floor, Seoul Metropolitan Library
      • ○ Admission : Free
      • ○ Content : An exhibition to commemorate and revive the spirit of the March First Movement through books, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Movement.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-2133-0241
      • ○ Website : http://lib.seoul.go.kr
    • Yu Gwan-sun Opera Cantata
      Celebrating 100th Anniversary of March First Movement and Establishment of Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea

      Yu Gwan-sun Opera Cantata Celebrating 100th Anniversary of March First Movement and Establishment of Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea
      • ○ Date & Time : Mar. 2, 2019
      • ○ Venue : 5 AM
      • ○ Venue : Grand theater at the Sejong Center
      • ○ Admission : R – KRW 50,000
        S – KRW 30,000
        A – KRW 20,000
        B – KRW 10,000
      • ○ Content : An opera cantata to tell us the lifelong story of freedom fighter Yu Gwan-sun, celebrating the 100th anniversary of March First Movement and the establishment of provisional government of the Republic of Korea. On March 2, at the grand theater of the Sejong Center, you will hear the roar of March 1st in 1919.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-399-1000
      • ○ Website : https://www.sejongpac.or.kr/
    • Zero Gravity World

      Zero Gravity World
      • ○ Date & Time : Mar. 1 – May 26 Tue. – Fri. 10 AM – 8 PM Weekend, holidays 10 AM – 6 PM Closed on Mon.
      • ○ Venue : Nam-Seoul Art Museum
      • ○ Admission : Free
      • ○ Content : An exhibition to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the March First Movement, re-discovering its spirit considering the world-historical background and the arts of the time.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-8942
      • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
    • Tomorrow, the World Will Be Beautiful

      Tomorrow, the World Will Be Beautiful
      • ○ Dates : Permanent exhibition, Tue. – Sun. 10 AM – 7 PM Closed on Mon.
      • ○ Venue : Nam June Paik Memorial House
      • ○ Admission : Free
      • ○ Content : An exhibition to trace back the memory and imagination of Nam June Paik, who visited his homeland for the first time in 30 years in 1984.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-8937
      • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
    • [2019 Seoul Focus]No Two Nights Are the Same

      [2019 Seoul Focus] No Two Nights Are the Same
      • ○ Dates : Feb. 26 – Jun. 9 Tue. – Fri. 10 AM – 8 PM Weekend, holidays 10 AM – 7 PM
      • ○ Venue : 1st floor, The Buk-Seoul Museum of Art
      • ○ Admission : Free
      • ○ Content : An exhibition to shed light on various ways of thinking and activities related to the environmental issues of the young generation through their pieces of art.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-5272
      • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
    • WEB-RETRO

      • ○ Dates : Mar. 12 – Jun.9 Tue. – Fri. 10 AM – 8 PM Weekend, holidays 10 AM – 7 PM
      • ○ Venue : 2nd floor, The Buk Seoul Museum of Art
      • ○ Admission : Free
      • ○ Content : An exhibition to review and reassess the web-based artworks and the channels that have introduced them to mark the three decades of the popularization of the Internet.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-2124-5270
      • ○ Website : http://sema.seoul.go.kr/
    • [Seoul Museum of History]Dilkusha and Chain of Amber

      100th Anniversary of the March 1st Movement Gansong Special Exhibition Korean Collection
      • ○ Dates : Nov. 23 – Mar. 10 Tue. – Fri. 9 AM – 8 PM Weekend, holidays 9 AM – 6 PM
      • ○ Venue : Special exhibition hall B, Seoul Museum of History
      • ○ Admission : Free
      • ○ Content : ‘Diverse stories about the experiences of Albert and Mary Taylor while living in Seoul (Gyeongseong at that time) from 1917 to 1942.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-724-0274
      • ○ Website : http://www.museum.seoul.kr/
    • The 100th Anniversary of the March First Movement Special Kansong Exhibition – A Collection for Korea

      The 100th Anniversary of the March First Movement Special Kansong Exhibition - A Collection for Korea
      • ○ Dates : Jan. 4 – Mar.31 Tue. – Thu., Sun 10 AM – 7 PM Fri. – Sat. 10 AM – 9 PM ※ Closed on Mon.
      • ○ Venue : 2nd floor, Design Museum, DDP
      • ○ Admission : Adults – KRW 10,000 Students – KRW 8,000
      • ○ Content : An exhibition that brings together over 60 Goryeo celadons including the Celadon Prunus Vase with Inlaid Cloud and Crane Design, an exemplar, and lets visitors informed of the Kansong’s background story of cultural assets collection.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-2153-0000
      • ○ Website : http://www.ddp.or.kr/event/detail/1780?menuId=20
    • Keith Haring: “Art is Life, Life is Art.”

      2019 Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra: A Song of Fire and Ice (Sibelius Special)
      • ○ Dates : Adults – KRW 13,000 Adolescents – KRW 11,000 Children – KRW 9,000 Preschool children, Elderly over 65 – KRW 6,000
      • ○ Venue : 2nd basement, Design Exhibition Hall, DDP
      • ○ Admission : (Royal) 70,000KRW, (Superior) 50,000KRW, (Grade-A) 30,000KRW
      • ○ Content : An exhibition that displays 177 works of Keith Haring, a world-class pop artist, including drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, posters, and album covers, as well as the widely-known icon series.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-325-1077~8
      • ○ Website : http://www.ddp.or.kr/event/detail/1699?menuId=20&status=3&cateCode=
    • Seoul Cafe & Bakery Fair 2019

      2019 Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra: A Song of Fire and Ice (Sibelius Special)
      • ○ Dates : Mar. 7 – Mar.10 10 AM – 6 PM
      • ○ Venue : Hall 1-3, SETEC
      • ○ Admission : Pre-registered visitor: Free
        On-site-registered visitor: KRW 10,000
      • ○ Content : An exhibition to display cafe- and bakery-related items, including coffee, dessert, and gelato. Additional events include the coffee contest and the seminar on opening a cafe. A must-visit not only for the general public, but particularly for those who run a cafe or plan to open one.
      • ○ Contact : 82-2-2238-0346
      • ○ Website : http://www.cafenbakeryfair.com/