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  • September 2014 Cultural Events Calendar

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    9-1
    Saturdays Are
    for Visiting
    Citizens Hall

    A Talk Concert
    Sept. 27 (Sat)Open Lounge B1,

    Citizens’ Hall
    A special concert with performances of various musical
    genres, focusing on “New Encounters,
    New Communication, and New Shared Emotions”

    Featuring Dongmulwon, Jo Deok-bae,
    and Yang Hee-eun
    http://seoulcitizenshall.kr
    739-5818
    9-2
    50th
    Anniversary
    Concert
    Seoul
    Metropolitan
    Junior Chorus
    Sept. 20 (Sat)
    17:30
    Sejong Grand TheaterA joint concert put on by the Seoul Metropolitan
    Junior Chorus, its former members,
    and the first head of the chorus in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
    R Section: 30,000 won, S Section: 20,000 won,
    A Section: 10,000 won
    B Section: 5,000 won
    http://www.sejongpac.or.kr
    399-1114

    The 2nd Gansong
    Culture
    Exhibition: Bohwagak
    Jul. 2 (Wed)
    ~Sept. 28(Sun)
    10:00~19:00
    DDP Design MuseumShowcases the best artworks from the Gansong Art Museum’s
    collection of relics, including the Gilt-bronze Standing Buddha Triad
    with Inscription of “Gyemi Year,” Portrait of a Beauty by Shin Yun-bok,
    and calligraphy by Kim Jeong-hee
    Admission: General 8,000 won,
    Discount 6,000 won, Student Groups 4,000 won each

    http://www.ddp.or.kr
    070-4217-2524

    Ode to the West and
    East Small Gates
    Aug. 7 (Thu) ~
    Oct. 31 (Fri)
    Weekdays:
    9:00~20:00
    Weekends:
    9:00~19:00
    (Closed on
    Mondays)
    Special Exhibition Hall,
    Seoul Museum of History
    Focuses on the history of Catholicism, before and after the people
    were granted freedom of religion, and reexamines its significance
    in Korean history through Seosomun, the site of horrific persecution
    against Catholics, and the Dongsomun area,
    centered around Baekdong Abbey
    http://www.museum.seoul.kr
    724-0274
    9-5
    VIVA STRING!
    Sept. 13 (Sat) 16:00KT Chamber Hall
    in Mok-dong
    An interactive performance where the audience can enjoy Handel’s
    “Water Music” and Elgar’s “Love’s Greeting”
    with explanations
    All seats: 20,000 won
    http://www.seoulphil.or.kr
    3700-6300
    The 3rd Seoul App
    Festival
    2014
    Sept. 14 (Sun) ~
    11:00~21:00
    Seoul PlazaA chance for citizens to enjoy and try out new mobile applications.
    -Booths displaying various smart devices and applications
    -Conference on the Use of Public Information
    Sideline events
    include Wearable Fashion Show,
    Smart Device Performances, etc.

    http://www.seouldrum.go.kr
    2133-2856
    Citizens’ Hall

    Chuseok Event
    Sept. 5 (Sat) ~
    Sept. 9 (Tue)
    10:00~17:00
    2nd Basement
    Floor,

    Citizens’ Hall
    An event featuring Citizens’ Hall Holiday Mailbox,
    holiday games, and special markets
    http://www.seouldrum.go.kr
    739-5818
    SeMA
    Biennale

    < Media City Seoul >

    Sept. 2 (Tue) ~
    Nov. 23 (Sun)
    SeMA Seosomun,
    Main Building
    An exhibition that looks back on Asia through the
    lens of three keywords: ghosts, spies, and grandmothers
    http://sema.seoul.go.kr
    2124-8973
    Multipurpose
    Hall Film
    Screening in September
    Sept. 6 (Sat) ~
    Sept. 20 (Sat)
    16:00
    Multipurpose
    Hall B1,
    BukSeoul
    Museum
    of Art
    Sept. 6: Vincent van Gogh
    Sept. 8: Miracle in Cell No. 7
    Sept. 9: The Attorney
    Sept. 10: Gladiator
    Sept. 20: The Last Emperor

    http://sema.seoul.go.kr
    2124-5208
    Visit Museum,
    Enjoy Seoul
    Aug. 7 (Thu)
    -Oct. 31 (Fri)
    Weekdays :
    9:00~20:00
    Weekends :
    9:00~19:00
    (Closed on
    Mondays)
    Special
    Exhibition Hall,
    Seoul Museum
    of History
    Focuses on the history of Catholicism,
    before and after the people were granted freedom of religion,
    and reexamines its significance in Korean history through Seosomun,
    the site of horrific persecution against Catholics,
    and the Dongsomun area, centered around Baekdong Abbey
    http://www.museum.seoul.kr
    724-0274