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2003.09.23 EventCalender

Sept 22,2003
SOCIAL CALENDAR

CHARITY GALLERY OPENING

Thursday: The first charity gallery shop in Korea, Hong, holds its opening day party. The mission of this store is to support and circulate new artists’ works. Performances by independent singers and bands, an art auction and food will round out the celebration, starting at 6:30 p.m.
Ssamzie Space
Western Seoul, subway line No. 2, Hongik University Station, exit 5
(02) 338-4236
www.beautifulstore.org


FREE KOREAN FILM SCREENING

Tuesdays: Movies that offer insight into Korean life, past and present, are shown by the Korea National Tourism Organization. This month “Bicheonmoo” is presented, with English subtitles. Films show at 4 p.m. and are free.
Korea National Tourism Organization headquarters
Central Seoul, Euljiro 1-ga Station
(02) 729-9499
www.visitseoul.net/english_new/index.htm

MEDICAL HELP

AGAPE CLINIC

Chungdong First Methodist Church opens its medical care center every second and fourth week of the month, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Language assistance and general medical treatment are available.
Downtown Seoul, Jeong-dong, behind Deoksu Palace
(02) 753-0001
www.chungdong.org


KANGBUK SAMSUNG HOSPITAL

Comprehensive medical services are available in English and Japanese.
Central Seoul, Jongno district
(02) 2001-2911
www.kbsmc.co.kr/referinfo/clinic/kic.htm

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

MYONGDONG CATHEDRAL

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


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 Thursdays at 7 p.m. Classes in English on Korean Buddhism offered on Fridays at 6:15 p.m. Center is located close to Anguk Station on subway line No. 3, exit 1.

EXHIBITIONS

KEUMSAN GALLERY

To Sept. 27: “Princess Pari, Paridegi.”
Lee Sun-won’s unique exhibition is based on the shamanist myth of Princess Pari. The story’s main themes ― prayer, appeasement and “life-water” ― combine forces in the artworks on display, made with natural products like paper, tree bark and sponge gourds.
Central Seoul, near Gyeongbok Palace
(02) 735-6317
www.keumsan.org


ART PARK

To Sept. 28: “Little Masters.” The pieces in this exhibition are by 18 artists who were chosen by curators and art critics as “the artists to lead Korean art to the future.” Artworks by senior artists like Baek Nam-jun and Park Seo-bo are exhibited as well.
Central Seoul, near Gyeongbok Palace
(02) 733-8500



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