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2003.10.02 EventCalender

Oct 01,2003
MUSEUM EVENTS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF KOREA

To Sunday: Buddhist paintings of the Joseon Dynasty are on exhibit. This show explores the concept of existence after death through the eyes of deceased souls as seen in Buddhist paintings.
Central Seoul,
Near Gyeongbok Palace
Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily expect Mondays
(02) 398-5241
www.museum.go.kr


HANGARAM DESIGN ART MUSEUM

To Oct. 19: Droog, a Dutch group that designs and decorates residential spaces, presents an exhibition under the theme, “No design, No Style.” This controversial group’s positions on the social, cultural, and periodic roles of design communities will be extensively investigated. Workshops are offered.
Southern Seoul,
Near Nambu Bus Terminal
Open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(02) 580-1539
www.designgallery.or.kr

AT THE DEPARTMENT STORES

HYUNDAI

Main branch: “Garden With Colors.” Take a stroll through a romantic European garden ― on the Apgujeong store’s rooftop! Gardening equipment including water fountains, sculptures and ornaments is also available. Cafe Garden 429 is open for a snack or a short break. Color themes are changing. It will be orange until Wednesday. Red and gold will be the final theme color, continuing until Oct. 26.
Southern Seoul, Apgujeong-dong
(02) 547-2233
www.ehyundai.com


GALLERIA

Fashion hall branch: The autumn sale season is back. A number of brands are discounted through Oct. 13. Sunglasses by Emporio Armani and Georgio Armani are available at 30 percent off. Longchamp bags are on sale for 20 percent. Domestic shoe brands such as Kissa, Saera and Gocce are discounted 10 percent. Also, Galleria credit-card holders get 10 percent off on Kate Spade bags, Via Spiga shoes and Prada shades.
Southern Seoul,
Gangnam district, Apgujeong-dong
(02) 3449-5831
www.galleria.co.kr

HOTEL EVENTS

GRAND INTERCONTINENTAL

Ongoing: “ Chocolate Buffet.”
The delectable sweets include warm chocolate hazelnut pudding with chocolate, chocolate crepes topped with vanilla sauce, truffle cake with dark rum chocolate swirl and chocolate cheesecake with lemon. All are served with Earl Grey tea in the hotel lounge Fridays to Sundays for 25,000 won ($22).
Southern Seoul
Samseong-dong, Gangnam district
(02) 559 7603
www.ichotelsgroup.com


THE RITZ CARLTON

To Oct. 31: “Ancient Chinese Court Cuisine Festival.” The restaurant Chee Hong features rare and historic dishes that were prepared during the period of the Chinese Emperor Jinsi. Also on offer are eight kinds of premium Chinese liquor to complement the cuisine. The set menu starts at 120,000 won, while a la carte dishes range from 55,000 won to 270,000 won. Guests who order the “festival menu” may have their photo taken in the costume of Emperor Jinsi for free.
Southern Seoul, Gangnam district
(02) 3451 8273
www.ritz.co.kr

SOCIAL CALENDAR

YOUTH CLIP INTERNATIONAL FAIR

Today to Thursday: Information provided on overseas volunteering, camps, internship opportunities and work experience programs. College students are the target market, but lectures (including from a former Unicef representative), anecdotes from globetrotters, drawings and the chance to be photographed wearing traditional costume will attract all ages. Events run from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
Global Lounge, Yonsei University
Western Seoul
Subway line No. 2, Sinchon Station
(02) 755-5856
www.youthclip.org


ANIMATION WORKSHOP

Monday: Martine Chartrand, animation director of the National Film Board of Canada, will lead this lecture and workshop at the Korea Academy of Film Arts. Chartrand won the Golden Bear award at the 2000 Berlin International Film Festival for his work in “Black Soul.” He also won for best animation at the Santa Barbara (California) International Film Festival. While this lecture is part of a three-day workshop reserved for Academy students, the public is invited to the event opener. Chartrand will introduce techniques used in his work, and answer questions about animation, his career and related subjects. The lecture starts at 9 a.m.
Eastern Seoul
Subway line No. 1, Cheongnyangni Station, exit 2
(02) 958-7500
www.kofic.co.kr



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