Seoul City is set to launch the second pre-sale of the ticket for 2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism that will open on September 7. The ordinary ticket price is KRW 9,000 for adults and college students, KRW 6,000 for adolescents, and KRW 5,000 for children. The pre-sale offers up to a 30% discount, with tickets available for adults and college students at KRW 6,300, adolescents at KRW 4,200, and children at KRW 3,000.
The period of the second pre-sale is from August 1 to 31, the last chance to buy tickets at a reduced price.
With the ticket, you can not only view the free exhibitions at Donuimun Museum Village, Seoul Hall of Urbanism & Architecture, Sewoon Plaza, and Seoul Museum of History but also watch the paid exhibition at Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP), and watch movies during Seoul International Architecture Film Festival (September 25-29).
2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism will take place for 65 days from September 7 (Sat.) to November 10 (Sun.) under the theme “Collective City” at various venues downtown Seoul at Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP), Donuimun Museum Village, Seoul Hall of Urbanism & Architecture, and more. This year, 180 organizations and 43 colleges and universities from 54 countries, including Colombia, Spain, Germany, China, the United States, Italy, etc. participate in the Seoul Biennale.
The “Thematic Exhibition” is the main exhibition of the Seoul Biennale, where you can encounter project exhibits created by experts of various fields that reinterpret the present urban structure under the theme of “Collective City.” The “Cities Exhibition” will be dealing with the current issues and problems of 84 cities around the globe and the “Global Studios” will take place with the participation of 43 domestic and foreign teams. The “Live Projects” explores traditional markets from various points of view and the “Public Programs” is comprised of education, tour, film screening, and other events.
2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism prepared a variety of events to enrich the enjoyment of the public, befitting its slogan of “collaborative creativity, co-creation.”
Anyone who wishes to participate can actively take part in the Seoul Biennale through the online contest “The Discovery of Seoul: A City for Shared Amusement,” to be held from July 9 until August 25.
Easy and fun access to the Seoul Biennale is also possible through a diverse array of participatory programs open to regular citizens, including educational sessions, lectures, and tours.
For more information on 2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, please visit the official website (http://www.seoulbiennale.org).