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ID, PLEASE: Korean Exhibition at New Gallery London

ID, PLEASE: Korean Exhibition at New Gallery London

Alpha Art Association is proud to announce ID, please., a first-time exhibition curated by Dani Daeun Kim and Yovi Jisun Song at New Gallery London. ID, please. features the most recent works of art by Jieun Kim, HaYoung Kim and Jung Yun Roh. This three-person exhibition of contemporary Korean art is comprised of Jieun Kim’s […]

Tokyo Rockers ASIDBLOW Break Out of Japan to Make UK Debut

Tokyo Rockers ASIDBLOW Break Out of Japan to Make UK Debut

ONE OF JAPAN’s newest guitar acts, ASIDBLOW, is pleased to announce that their first overseas show will take place in London on Saturday 24 March. With influences ranging from Mötley Crüe, Kurt Cobain and Japan’s own alternative music legend hide (X Japan, Zilch), ASIDBLOW hopes to impress a British audience with their mixture of Japanese […]

Japan Day – March 11 at The Unity Centre, Chester

Japan Day – March 11 at The Unity Centre, Chester

On the 1st anniversary of The Great East Japan Earthquake Nipponkai present Japan Day  (Sunday 11th March, 2pm – 4:30pm) at the Unity Centre, Chester, a family friendly charity fundraising event. Free entry, donations welcome with proceeds of the event split between the Japan Society Tohoku Earthquake Relief Fund and Nipponkai * Please come and enjoy […]

Restaurant Tour 21: Jingogae restaurant in New Malden

Restaurant Tour 21: Jingogae restaurant in New Malden

It isn’t easy to bring a charcoal fire to a table of non – Korean customers in England. To engage those to the unusual sight there has to be an absolute attraction factor in the taste. There is one place in London that has captured both the people’s sight and tastebuds and stands as the […]

Director E J-Yong attended a press conference at the Korean Cultural Centre UK

Director E J-Yong attended a press conference at the Korean Cultural Centre UK

As part of the London Korean Film Festival, Director E J-Yong attended a press conference at the Korean Cultural Centre UK – prior to the screening of ‘Actresses’ and a Q&A session with the audience at the Apollo Theatre, Piccadilly Circus. At this press conference, E J-Yong himself introduced ‘Actresses’ as a combination of reality […]

Restaurant Tour 20: Kokoryeo Korean Restaurant

Restaurant Tour 20: Kokoryeo Korean Restaurant

The geography of restaurants run by Koreans in London can be pin-pointed to two areas: New Malden, better known as ‘Korean Town’ and Central London, which currently holds over one hundred restaurants. Taking into consideration that over half of the restaurants serve Japanese, Chinese and European cuisine, the number of Korean restaurants in London then […]

Japan Underground: 80s Night ft. a Queen Tribute Band from Japan

Japan Underground: 80s Night ft. a Queen Tribute Band from Japan

Get the hairspray and glitter ready; Japan Underground is back and kicking off 2012 with a dose of 80s mayhem – Japanese style! And we’re making sure it is a kind of magic, we’re flying in one of Japan’s cheesiest, most eccentric tribute acts to Queen for their first show on British soil! Calling themselves […]

JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters

JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters

Date: 4th Feb 2012 – 24th Jun 2012 Venue: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (Norwich,United Kingdom) This vibrant exhibition offers the chance to encounter characters from television, computer games and comics. Many have become much loved household names around the world. Kingdom of Characters comes to the Sainsbury Centre following displays in Manila and Sydney. […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club