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Filmic Dialogue with Yunjoo Kwak and Igor Sevcuk, moderated by The Otolith Collective

Filmic Dialogue with Yunjoo Kwak and Igor Sevcuk, moderated by The Otolith Collective

Now with the fourth instalment of ARTTALK, the Korean Cultural Centre UK presents ARTTALK: Filmic Dialogue with Yunjoo Kwak and Igor Sevcuk on Monday 4 April from 6.30pm to 8.00pm. On this occasion, Kwak will present the first UK film screening of works which were developed during her recent residency in London on the invitation […]

London Korean Film Night: Mulberry (1986)

London Korean Film Night: Mulberry (1986)

It is mid 1920s Korea, and basic provisions are scarce. In a rural village called Yong-dam lives An-hyup, a woman of unsurpassed beauty. Selfish and self-centred, her husband Sambo is a renowned gambler who wanders from town to town looking for places to waste his time and lose his money. Only returning home every few […]

Feast of Traditional Korean Dance

Feast of Traditional Korean Dance

The Korean Cultural Centre UK is proud to present a performance of Traditional Korean Dance on Tuesday 22 March 2016. The six outstanding performers that make up the Seojung Dance Group will come to the KCCUK to perform ‘Feast of Traditional Korean Dance’. “Feast of Korean Dance,” a traditional Korean Wave project by Seojung Dance […]

London Korean Film Night: Actresses (2009)

London Korean Film Night: Actresses (2009)

In 2009 Director E created yet another first for Korean cinema with his satirical mockumentary piece The Actresses. The casting includes six of Korea’s leading actresses who were also each credited as scriptwriters. Inspired by the off-camera personalities of the female leads that he had worked with over the years, E asked the six women […]

London Korean Film Night: The Pirates (2014)

London Korean Film Night: The Pirates (2014)

Just 15 days after the founding of the Kingdom of Joseon, an ambassadorial ship is carrying the Great Seal of Joseon given by the emperor of Ming Dynasty. The Great Seal is the stamp that symbolises the authority of the King of Joseon, used to seal documents that determine the legitimacy of the state. Unfortunately […]

PRINT MATTERS

PRINT MATTERS

Magazines promote utopian spaces encompassing inspirational narratives and depicting dreamlike places. They offer us an escape from everyday life. Print Matters explores the different ways in which Korean designers have used magazines as a source of inspiration, reflection and exposure. Recently there has been a noticeable decline in digital tablets sales, whilst an interest in […]

London Korean Film Night: A Hard Day (2014)

London Korean Film Night: A Hard Day (2014)

On the way back from his mother’s funeral, special crimes detective Gun-su has an accident, killing a man instantly. In order to cover up his crime, he hides the body inside his mother’s coffin, with her inside. A few days later, Gun-su’s crime pops up on the police database and his partner is heading up […]

London Korean Film Night: In Another Country

London Korean Film Night: In Another Country

A young film student and her mother run away from the seaside town of Mohang to escape their mounting debt, the young woman begins writing a script for a short film in order to calm her nerves. Three women named Anne appear, and each one consecutively visits the seaside town of Mohang. The first Anne […]

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club