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  • May 2014 Cultural Events Calendar

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    Good Morning,
    Mr. Robot
    Mar. 25 (Tue) –
    Aug. 24 (Sun)
    Seoul Museum of Art
    Children’s Gallery
    A participatory, experience-based exhibition that offers viewers
    unique experiences with modern art works about robots.
    Showcases various works by Korean modern artists,
    including Nam June Paik.
    http://sema.seoul.go.kr
    2124-5271

    Seoul Metropolitan
    Theater
    “Garden Balsam”
    Apr. 25 (Fri)
    – May 11 (Sun)

    Tue-Fri:20:00/
    Sat: 15:00,
    19:00 /
    Sun: 15:00
    Closed on
    Mondays
    Sejong M TheaterDue to the flood of requests, Seoul Metropolitan Theater is
    putting on a second performance of its play “Garden Balsam”.
    It is a powerful and emotional play about Korean women
    who were forced into sexual servitude by the Japanese
    Imperial Army during the colonial period.
    R Section: 30,000 won, S Section: 20,000 won

    www.sejongpac.or.kr
    399-1114

    (Chaos- Sunkoo Yuh)
    Mar. 18 (Tue)
    – May 25 (Sun)
    10:00-20:00/
    Sat-Sun
    10:00-18:00
    NamSeoul Living
    Arts Museum
    An exhibit of Sunkoo Yuh’s characteristic style of pottery,
    providing a glance into his world of art and of new potential for
    pottery art.
    http://sema.seoul.go.kr
    598-6247

    Zaha Hadid_360°
    Apr. 4 (Fri)
    – May 31 (Sun) 10:00-19:00
    *Open until 21:00 on Wednesdays and Fridays
    DDPInternational
    Conference Hall
    Showcases designs across a number of genres by Zaha Hadid,
    th
    e architect who designed the DDP.
    Admission: General 4,000 won, Discount 3,000 won,
    Student Groups 2,000 won

    http://www.ddp.or.kr
    2153-0043~6

    A Moment of Spring
    Apr. 22 (Tue)
    – May 25 (Sun)
    Weekdays
    09:00-21:00
    Weekends
    9:00-18:00
    (Closed on
    Mondays)
    1st Fl. Exhibition Room,
    Seoul Metropolitan
    Library
    Showcases photographs of families, friends,
    and lovers, sweet love letters to loved ones,
    and stories of blossoming love, etc.
    www.sejongpac.or. kr
    2133-0245

    Themed Exhibition
    Waterway on Paper:
    An Exhibition of
    Cheonggyecheon
    Maps

    Apr. 11 (Fri)
    – Jun. 1 (Sun)
    09:00-19:00
    09:00~19:00
    Cheonggyecheon
    Museum Special
    Exhibition Hall
    An exhibit of over 40 maps that show the transformation
    of Cheonggyecheon from the Joseon Dynasty to present
    day and reflect the situations and lives of Seoul citizens
    throughout that period in history.
    www.cgcm.go.kr
    2286-3410
    One Heart Citizens’
    Market
    May 10 (Sat)
    – May 11 (Sun)
    May 24 (Sat)
    – May 25 (Sun)
    Citizens’ Hall


    BF1 Citizens’ Plaza
    A citizen’s market made up of an art market and
    a regular market, where you can buy both crafts
    and household items
    739-5818
    Seoul Metropolitan
    Library
    Reading
    Humanities
    Academy

    May 13 (Tue)
    – Jun. 17 (Tue)
    Every
    Tuesday
    18:50-20:50
    Librarian Training
    Center,
    Seoul
    Metropolitan Library
    A lecture aimed at fostering understanding
    and greater interest in reading among Seoul citizens
    and youths.
    http://lib.seoul.go.kr
    2133-0223
    SeMA GOLD :
    NO BODY
    Mar. 11 (Tue)

    – May 18 (Sun)
    10:00-20:00
    Seoul Museum
    of Art
    2nd Fl.
    Gallery,
    Main Building

    An exhibit of works by artists,
    including Min Yong Soon, Yoon Jin-me, and Jo Sook Jin,
    that shed light on middle-aged artists
    who represent Korea but are “nobody,”
    as they hold no fixed position in the art community.
    http://sema.seoul.go.kr
    2144-8868
    Palace of BaekjeApr. 9 (Wed) –
    Jun. 20 (Fri)
    Education Hall,
    Seoul
    Baekje Museum
    Showcases the structure of palaces
    and the lives of the kings of Baekje through this
    Special Baekje Cultural Exhibition.
    Offers a program allowing visitors to make their own ECOBAGs
    with emblems of the relics on display.
    http://baekjemuseum.seoul.go.kr
    2152-5846