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2003.10.10 EventCalender

Oct 09,2003
RELIGIOUS SERVICES

PROTESTANT

YOUNG NAK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Chungmuro, (02) 2273-6301
International worship services in English on Sunday at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. and Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. Located next to the Jungbu police station. Take subway line No. 2 to Euljiro 3-ga, use exit 12.
Reach Rev. Bill Majors at (011) 613-5896.
iwe.youngnak.net


ISLAM

SEOUL CENTRAL MASJID
Hannam-dong, (02) 794-7307
Prayer service in Arabic and English every week at 1 p.m. Friday. English-speaking worshippers available for guidance.

EXHIBITIONS

KUKJE GALLERY

To Nov. 14: “The Shaman and the Stag.” In the artist Joseph Beuys’s second Korean exhibition, pieces reflect his ideas about the unity among Eurasian societies. A long historical view is taken, incorporating geographical features and ancient shamanistic imagery within modern artistic output.
Near Anguk subway station, line No. 3
(02) 735-8449
www.kukjegallery.com


ALTERNATIVE SPACE LOOP

To Oct. 13: “Two-dimensional Spatial Painting.” This installation seems to turn a three-dimensional gallery space into a flat plane, through the artist Cho Byungwang’s play of light and dark. Seokyo-dong, Mapo-gu
(02) 3141-1377
www.galleryloop.com

PERFORMANCE

LG ARTS CENTER

Oct. 17: “Misia Concert.” The Portugese singer Misia, known for her emotionally charged interpretations of fado, or plaintive folk songs, will make her Korean debut. Selections include works written by composer and guitarist Carlos Paredes for Misia’s album “Canto.”
Southern Seoul, Yeoksam subway
station, line No. 2
Begins at 8 p.m.
(02) 2005-0114, www.lgarts.com


SEOUL ARTS CENTER

Friday to Monday: “La Fille Mal Gardee.” The Korean National Ballet Company will give the first Korean performance of the classic story “La Fill Mal Gardee.” This version was choreographed by Samantha Dunster.
Southern Seoul, Seocho district
Begins at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Monday, 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday,
4 p.m. on Sunday.
1588-7890, www.ticketlink.co.kr

MUSEUM EVENTS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Jingyeong, or “real scenery,” were artists’ reflections, both real and serene, of scenery in 17th- and 18th-century Korea. Contemporary artists explore this ancient style of depicting the natural world and suggest ways for humans to coexist with it. The themes are nature, scenery, mountains, water and cities. Gwacheon,
Gyeonggi province
Take subway line No. 4 to Seoul Grand Park Station
(02) 2188-6000
www.moca.go.kr


SEOUL MUSEUM OF ART

To Tomorrow: “Pleasure Factory” features young Korean artists trying to rediscover the practical aspects of craftmaking. Works, some of them interactive, fall into three sections: a welcome, adventure and lighting.
Central Seoul,
Near Deoksu Palace
Open daily except Mondays
(02) 2124-8931
www.seoulmoa.seoul.go.kr



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