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2003.02.14 EventCalender

Feb 14,2003
RELIGIOUS SERVICES

PROTESTANT

ANGLICAN CHURCH
Jeong-dong, (02) 730-6611
English service at 9:30 a.m. every Sunday. The cathedral is in front of the British Embassy, close to Deoksu Palace.


ROMAN CATHOLIC

MYONGDONG CATHEDRAL
Myeong-dong,
(02) 774-3890
English services are held every Sunday at 9 a.m. at the cathedral’s Cultural Center. Take the blue subway line No. 4 to Myeong-dong Station and use exit 8.

EXHIBITIONS

GALERIE BHAK

Tuesday to Feb. 28: "Jungran Noh: Colors Play." Noh is known for conveying the passion and desire for absolute beauty and freedom through the use of Oriental lines and colors. Her works usually don't have any definite forms. She currently teaches at Duksung Women's University.
Southern Seoul, Cheongdam-dong
(02) 544-8481
galeriebhak.com


THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF KOREA

To Sunday: "The Donated Tiles of Yoo Chang-Jong." A collection of roof tiles and bricks amassed over 30 years by Yoo Chang-jong, the chief public prosecutor of the Seoul District Public Prosecutors Office. The collection includes roof tiles from Korea, China, Japan, and Southeast Asia and from across historical periods.
Downtown Seoul, Gyeongbok Palace
Closed Mondays, (02) 398-5077
www.museum.go.kr

PERFORMANCE

HAKCHON BLUE THEATER

To Feb. 23: "Indangsu Saranga" A unique performance in which Korea's traditional folk singing, chang, is adapted for modern tastes. The musical is based on two Korean folktales, "Chunhyang-jeon" and "Simcheong-jeon."
Central Seoul, Daehangno
Weekdays at 7:30 p.m.
Weekends at 4 and 7:30 p.m.
(02) 762-0810
www.magotheater.co.kr


SEOUL ARTS CENTER

Tonight: "Sinfonietta's 100th Regular Concert." In this anniversary performance, the conductor Kim Young-zun presents Mozart's Divertimento and Konzertante Symphonie as well as Tchaikovsky's Serenade No. 48.
Central Seoul, Yongsan
Begins at 7:30 p.m., (02) 797-1234
www.sac.or.kr


SOCIAL CALENDAR

FULL MOON DAY CUISINE

Today: A special lecture and cooking class for Full Moon Day, the first full moon of the new lunar year. Learn how to make foods such as ogokbap (steamed rice with four other grains) and namul (steamed vegetables). The event costs 30,000 won, including dinner.
Korean Temple Cuisine Research Center
Northern Seoul
From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
(02) 355-5961


JMIC EVENT

Until Friday: The Japanese Music Information Center holds an introduction to Japanese pop music this week. Includes a concert by the indie band Farida’s Cafe on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
Japanese Embassy
Central Seoul, Anguk
To Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
(02) 765-3011



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