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K-Fashion Odyssey

K-Fashion Odyssey

The exhibition documents the explosion of creativity springing from young Korean designers, graduates of the most prestigious fashion schools across Europe. Through five varied installations presenting films, garments and headdresses, the exhibition offers stories from the brightest, most exciting new wave of experimental artistic talents and their South Korean roots. Exhibiting designers are: Chloe Kim, […]

London Korean Film Night: The Terror Live (QnA Screening)

London Korean Film Night: The Terror Live (QnA Screening)

In his latest film, Ha Jung-woo plays Yoon Young-hwa, a once successful news anchor. After a fall from grace Young-hwa can only get work as a radio news personality. But his luck changes when a caller announces he is going to blow up the Mapo Bridge. Dismissing the caller as a prankster, Young-hwa is shocked […]

London Korean Film Night: The Berlin File (2013)

London Korean Film Night: The Berlin File (2013)

From the King of Korean action films, Ryoo Seung-wan, comes a dark and violent spy thriller set in the backdrop of Berlin. After an arms deal between North Korea and the Middle East is ruined by unknown assailants, North Korean spy, Pyo, finds himself framed to take the fall. He is quickly chased across Berlin […]

Unfixed: A Solo Exhibition by Meekyoung Shin

Unfixed: A Solo Exhibition by Meekyoung Shin

The Korean Cultural Centre UK is pleased to present Unfixed, an exhibition of new works by the London-based Korean artist Meekyoung Shin. The exhibition continues her exploration into ‘translation’, a slippage or a rift that occurs in the process of replication and dis- or re-location between different cultural and historical contexts. At the exhibition, Shin […]

London Korean Film Night: Beastie Boys (2008)

London Korean Film Night: Beastie Boys (2008)

Two, young, entrepreneurial men, Seung-woo and Jae-hyun operate in the fast-paced modern Korean nightclub scene as male escorts. They are worshipped and well paid by the lonely, thirty-something women who are desperate for company. They try and live the high life but find the dark underbelly of a fast changing Seoul threatens to consume and […]

K-Lit : Taking Its Place on the Korean Wave

K-Lit : Taking Its Place on the Korean Wave

British Council and Korean Cultural Centre UK would like to invite you to 'K-Lit : Taking Its Place on the Korean Wave' forum on Tuesday, 15th October 2013 (7 PM) at the KCCUK. This event, chaired by BBC journalist Samira Ahmed, will present a panel discussion about developments and themes in contemporary Korean literature and […]

London Korean Film Night: The Unforgiven (2005)

London Korean Film Night: The Unforgiven (2005)

Newly recruited into the South Korean army, Seung­young finds that his commanding officer, Sergeant Tae­jeong is an old school friend. His Sergeant takes his friend under his wing, and tries to help the stubborn and contrary Seung­young, adjust to the strict hierarchies and harshness of military life. As time passes, Seung­young’s resistance wears down, and […]

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha(1951-82): a portrait in fragments

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha(1951-82): a portrait in fragments

The Korean Cultural Centre UK cordially invites you to the preview of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha(1951-82): a portrait in fragments Tuesday 24th September 2013, 6-8:30 pm

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club