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2003.09.25 EventCalender

Sept 25,2003
MUSEUM EVENTS

ILMIN MUSEUM OF ART

Vivid colors and bizarre eccentricity epitomize “Crash,” a solo show by the artist Lee Dong-gi. His fictional character, dubbed Atomouse after the two characters it imitates ― Korean superhero Atom and Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse ― represents clashing forces in society, such as popular versus traditional culture.
Central Seoul,
Near Jonggak Station
Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
(02) 2020-2055
www.ilmin.org


SEOUL MUSEUM OF ART

“MosaiCanada: Sign and Sound,” is a collaboration with the Canadian Embassy. The artists’ works inspire visitors to consider the meaning of foreignness, of being an outsider versus insider and how concepts of exterior and interior space are negotiated.
Central Seoul
Near Deoksu Palace
Open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
(02) 2124-8931
www.seoulmoa.org

AT THE DEPARTMENT STORES

SHINSEGAE

Gangnam branch: “Maison de Shinsegae.” Select famous brand items for home decorating, such as linens, tableware and furniture are available until Tuesday. A Gothic china salad bowl by Pishon of France sells for 54,500 won ($47) and glass goblets sell for 26,100 won each. Linen sets by Etro of Italy are specially offered at this event at 1.3 million won. A British Royal Albert nine-piece tea set sells for 130,000 won.
Southern Seoul, Gangnam district.
Subway lines No. 3 or 7
Express Bus Terminal Station
(02) 3479-1234


LOTTE

Bundang branch: Hlubina, performers from the Czech Republic, demonstrate Czech music and dance. Performances by groups from other countries (at other branches) allow shoppers to witness different cultures. Shows by the Czech troupe are scheduled at 2 p.m. and 4:20 p.m on Saturday.
Bundang, Gyeonggi province
Subway line No. 3 Sunae Station
(031) 738-2500
www.lotteshopping.com

HOTEL EVENTS

THE SHILLA HOTEL

Oct. 2: “French Night: Gala Dinner and Charity Party.” This gala dinner is part of the ongoing French wine festival. Fashion shows of designer Lee Kwang Hee’s apparel and a charity auction will also take place during the party. Proceeds go to the North Korean Children’s Heart Disease Relief Fund. Tickets can be purchased for 150,000 won ($128) at the Shilla Hotel or by calling organizers.
Central Seoul, subway line No. 3, Dongguk University Station
(02) 7222-015


LOTTE HOTEL SEOUL

Oct. 1 to Oct 25: “Oktoberfest in Seoul.” The Bobby London English pub is celebrating the German partying tradition. Servers in traditional costume will provide German beer and foods. A number of events including beer-drinking and dance contests are also planned. Drawings will provide chances to win free dinner at the Lotte Hotel’s La Seine buffet restaurant and free tickets to the Halloween party and a golf driving range.
Central Seoul, Sogong-dong
(02) 759-7560

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



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