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2003.08.22 EventCalender

Aug 21,2003
RELIGIOUS SERVICES

PROTESTANT

YOUNG NAK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Chungmuro, (02) 2273-6301
International worship services in English are offered on Sunday afternoons at 3 p.m. and Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. Located downtown next to the Baek hospital and the Jungbu police station. Take subway line No. 3 to Chungmuro Station and use exit 5.


BUDDHIST

LOTUS LANTERN INTERNATIONAL BUDDHIST CENTER
Sogyeok-dong, (02) 735-5347
Buddhist ceremonies in English on Sundays at 6 p.m. Meditation classes Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and Wednesdays 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.

EXHIBITIONS

SSAMZIE SPACE

To Sunday: “6HK ARTists in Seoul.” This exhibition is a cultural exchange project between Hong Kong and Korea. Six artists express their various experiences in modern Hong Kong through paintings, photographs, multimedia, installations and performances.
Western Seoul, near Sinchon
(02) 3142-1693
www.ssamziespace.com


SUNGKOK MUSEUM

To Aug. 31: “Beginning of Art.” This exhibition not only shows modern artworks, but also the process of their creation, for a better understanding of art. Korean paintings, Western paintings and sculptures by Lee Suk-ja, Choi Man-rin and Hwang Yong-yub are on display.
Central Seoul, near Gwanghwamun
(02) 737-7650

PERFORMANCE

NATIONAL THEATER OF KOREA

Wednesday and Thursday: “Women in Dance.” Female dancers from Korea, Japan and the United States perform a program of cultural exchange. “Kuro Shio,” is directed by the American choreographer Molissa Fenley.
Central Seoul, Mount Namsan
Daloreum Theater
Begins at 7:30 p.m.
1588-8500, www.ticketpark.com


SLUGER

Saturday: “Core-Holic.” Part of the Seoul Fringe Festival 2003. Musicians from Crow, Kyrie and Purple play various styles of “core” music.
Central Seoul, Hongik Univ. subway station (line No.2)
Begins at 7 p.m.
www.seoulfringe.net

MUSEUM EVENTS

MUSEUM OF KOREAN MODERN LITERATURE

Works representing the finest of Korean modern literature are on display, including Korea’s earliest published book of poetry, compiled by poet Kim Eok. Around 480 volumes of some of Korea’s most famous full-length novels are also on exhibit.
Central Seoul
Near Dongguk University
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(02) 2267-4857
www.kmlm.or.kr


NATIONAL FOLK MUSEUM

“The Trace of Korean Costumes in Living Culture” exhibits both the practical and ceremonial beauty of Korean clothes. Trends in attire dating as far back as the Unified Silla Kingdom, as well as clothes with a decidedly more modern look, made of different fabrics, are being displayed.
Central Seoul
Near Gyeongbok Palace
Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(02) 734-1346
www.nfm.go.kr



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