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London Korean Film Night: Bandhobi (2009)

London Korean Film Night: Bandhobi (2009)

Bandhobi is a story about the crossover between two different cultures and the friendship it can spark. As the title suggests, “female friend” in Bengali, the film follows the evolving relationship between Min-seo, a 17-year old rebellious Korean girl, and Karim, a 29-year old Muslim migrant worker from Bangladesh. This character-driven film subtly explores many […]

‘Between Serenity and Dynamism’ an exhibition of Korean Ceramics

‘Between Serenity and Dynamism’ an exhibition of Korean Ceramics

The Korean Craft and Design Foundation (KCDF) presents ‘Between Serenity and Dynamism; Korean Ceramics’, an exhibition that explores the beauty and heritage of Korean ceramics, and the contrast and harmony between the traditional and more contemporary forms of the craft that exists in Korea today. The exhibition – first to be shown at Salone del […]

London Korean Film Night: Burmese On The Roof (2016)

London Korean Film Night: Burmese On The Roof (2016)

In the industrial suburb of Masoek we find three foreign workers sharing a prefab hut built on their factory’s rooftop. This documentary offers a gaze into their lives, shifting its focus away from issues often associated with immigrants, taking a look at their personalities and everyday existence instead. Through very concise interviews, their plans and […]

KCC House Concert: Hyungi Lee (Percussion)

KCC House Concert: Hyungi Lee (Percussion)

Designed to support UK based Korean musicians, the KCC House Concert is a new performing arts programme at the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK). Throughout 2017 this programme will showcase the impressive talents of Korean musicians presently within the UK’s classical scene by offering them the opportunity to perform in central London at the KCCUK. […]

London Korean Film Night: Missing (2016)

London Korean Film Night: Missing (2016)

A special LKFF screening of E Oni’s gripping new thriller. The director utilises powerful performances from her lead actresses to address a variety of topical issues affecting two women at very different ends of the social spectrum. Returning home one day to find that her 18-month old son and trusted nanny have disappeared, a nightmare […]

2017 KCCUK Open Call II_1:60 by Jeongwon Eom

2017 KCCUK Open Call II_1:60 by Jeongwon Eom

The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) presents Jeongwon Eom’s first solo show in the UK entitled 1:60. As the finalist of the KCCUK’s 2017 Open Call Exhibition, Eom explores how one individual can use a series of self-measurements to creatively envisage their environment and make the territory surrounding it expand and grow. Eom’s winning proposal […]

Mun Jeong Kim violin, Kumi Matsuo piano

Mun Jeong Kim violin, Kumi Matsuo piano

Designed to support UK based Korean musicians, the KCC House Concert is a new performing arts programme at the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK). Throughout 2017 this programme will showcase the impressive talents of Korean musicians presently within the UK’s classical scene by offering them the opportunity to perform in central London at the KCCUK. […]

London Korean Film Night: Mourning Grave_Intro: Anton Bitel

London Korean Film Night: Mourning Grave_Intro: Anton Bitel

The directorial debut of oh In-chun, Mourning Grave is a contemporary reinvention of the traditional Korean ghost story that is as much a romantic drama as it is a horror story. a young boy, In-soo (Kang Ha-neul), who possesses the ability to see ghosts, transfers to a new school, after having problems at his old […]

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