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2003.03.27 EventCalender

Mar 27,2003
MUSEUM EVENTS

NATIONAL FOLK MUSEUM OF KOREA

The museum will hold a variety of craft classes geared toward foreigners this summer. Because spots are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, it is important to call ahead for reservations. Among the classes offered are fan-making, pottery, hanji (Korean paper) boxes and kimchi making. Each of the classes is limited to 50 people.
Central Seoul, Gwanghwamun
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Tuesdays.
(02) 734-1346
www.nfm.go.kr


NATIONAL MUSEUM OF KOREA

Five different films on Korean arts and culture are being shown every hour, on the hour on the museum’s three floors.
Central Seoul, Gyeongbok Palace
Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(02) 398-5241
www.museum.go.kr

AT THE DEPARTMENT STORES

SHINSEGAE

Gangnam branch: “Spring Dress Promotion.” Pink two-piece dresses by Time, Izzat Baba, and Kara are on sale from 486,000 won ($388) to 920,000 won. Sale starts Tuesday and ends April 6.
Southern Seoul, Express Bus Terminal
Station, subway line No. 3
(02) 3479-1234
www.shinsegae.com


HYUNDAI

Main branch: “Power Sale.” Handbags from Double M, Vincis Bench and watches from Guess and DKNY are on sale for 20 percent off. Sale continues until April 13.
“Sunglass Fashion Show.” New sunglass styles are on display until Friday. Southern Seoul, Apgujeong Subway line No. 3,
Apgujeong Station
(02) 547-2233

Shinchon branch: “Young Plaza News.” T-shirts from Nyx and Calvin Klein are on sale from 19,000 to 29,000 won. Shirts from Nafnaf are on sale for 39,000 won.
“Vivien Lingerie Promotion.” Vivien bras are on sale for 20,000 won through today. Women’s pants are also sale, starting at 65,000 won.
Western Seoul
Subway line No. 2, Shinchon Station
(02) 3145-2233
www.ehyundai.com

HOTEL EVENTS

SEJONG SEOUL

To May 31: ”Spring Special Set Menu.” The restaurant Fujiya offers spring greens and fresh sashimi. Set A consists of four kinds of sashimi, roasted king prawn, broiled fish and sushi, prawns and grilled lobster. For set B, there is sushi, broiled eel, grilled chicken and braised fish. Set A costs 45,000 won ($36), set B is 42,000 won.
Central Seoul, Myeongdong
(02) 3705-9140,2
www.sejong.co.kr


GRAND HYATT SEOUL

To Sunday: “Catch of the Seven Seas.” A lunch and dinner buffet that features ocean-fresh seafood, international recipes and 14 different wines. American oysters, Australian yabbies, Moreton Bay Bugs, Atlantic clams, steamed Pacific mussels and more will be on the menu. Lunch costs 37,500 won and dinner is 40,500 won. Wines range from 9,000 won to 22,000 per glass.
Central Seoul, Mount Namsan
(02) 799-8166
www.grandhyattseoul.co.kr

SOCIAL CALENDAR

KITE EXHIBITION

To April 18: About 120 kites, ranging from rare and unusual Korean kites to foreign kites, are on exhibit for a month at the Literature House. Special kites with poems, creeds, and wishes are also on display.
Literature House building
Downtown Seoul, Jung-gu district, Yejang-dong
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(02) 778-1026


MOVIE THEATER FOR FOREIGNERS

Saturday, Sunday: Seoul Selection will screen "A Bungee Jumping of Their Own (2001)." The theater has 171 seats and admission is 5,000 won ($4). Subtitled in English, Chinese and Japanese.
3d floor of Kumho Museum of Art
Downtown Seoul, Jongno district, Sagan-dong
2:30 p.m. on Saturday
11:30 a.m. on Sunday.
(02) 734-9564
www.seoulselection.com



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