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2003.03.24 EventCalender

Mar 23,2003
MEDICAL HELP

KYUNG HEE MEDICAL CENTER ― EASTERN MEDICINE FOR FOREIGNERS

Well-known Eastern medical care available for foreigners. Service is offered both in English and Japanese.
Central Seoul, Dongdaemun
(02) 958-1897
khmc.or.kr/english/menu.htm


SOONCHUNHYANG UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL CLINIC

Staff on hand for emergency services, and a general health clinic available with English language care.
Central Seoul, Hannam-dong
(02) 709-9158
hosp.sch.ac.kr/ic/ic-main.html

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

BUDDHIST

LOTUS LANTERN INTERNATIONAL BUDDHIST CENTER
Sogyeok-dong, (02) 735-5347
Buddhist ceremonies in English on Sunday at 6 p.m. Meditation classes Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Buddhism class in English on Thursday at 7 p.m. Classes in English on Korean Buddhism offered on Fridays at 6:15 p.m. Located close to Anguk Station on subway line No. 3, exit 1.


ISLAM

SEOUL CENTRAL MASJID
Hannam-dong,
(02) 794-7307
Prayer services conducted in Arabic and English at 1 p.m. Friday. English-speaking members are available.

EXHIBITIONS

GALERIE BHAK

To March 29: “Cha Young-Soon.” After several exhibitions abroad, Cha Young Soon finally shows her latest creations to the Korean public. In this exhibition, she conveys her concept of beauty through the use of experimental materials, such as tinted silk papers in black and white.
Southern Seoul, Cheongdam-dong
(02) 544-8481
www.galeriebhak.com


NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

To May 11: “A Walk Through Modern Art.” Collection I, “Black and Color Ink Paintings” runs to March 30; Collection II, “Oil and Watercolor Paintings” runs until May 11. These two exhibitions feature artwork revealing the intensive artistic spirit and Zeitgeist of the modern period, from 1900 to the 1960s. “Concept, reality and expression” is the theme embodying the first collection, with paintings dating from the early 1900s showing Japanese influence. The second collection features pieces dealing with the “Ambiguity of Modernism.” Admission: 500 won for ages 7 through 24, and 1,000 won for ages 25 and over.
Downtown Seoul, Deoksu Palace
(02) 779-5310
www.moca.go.kr

PERFORMANCE

SAMCHEONGGAK

To July 31: “Tales of the Boudoir.” Titled “Gyubang Nanjang” in Korean, this is Samcheonggak’s fourth adaptation of a long-run Korean traditional musical. It’s based on a short essay from the Joseon era, “Dispute of the Seven Boudoir Friends,” which satires social conditions and is considered an early feminist tract, presumably written by the wife of a wealthy nobleman.
Central Seoul, near Gwanghamun
5 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday,
2 and 5 p.m. on Saturday,
2 p.m. on Sunday and public holidays
(02) 1588-7890 or (02) 399-1111
www.samcheonggak.or.kr


LG ARTS CENTER

Friday and Saturday: “Genesis.” A leader of the avant-garde theater, Romeo Castellucci ruminates about the dualities of creativity though his own dance of the Genesis story.
Southern Seoul, Yeoksam-dong
7:30 p.m. on Friday, 4 p.m. on Saturday
(02) 2005-0114
www.lgart.com



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