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2003.12.16 EventCalender

Dec 15,2003
SOCIAL CALENDAR

GLOBAL MINDS CONNECT

Wednesdays and Saturdays: People from diverse backgrounds gather here to share experiences or simply make friends. Wednesday evenings at 7 are for study groups in Japanese, Korean or any other language. On Saturday afternoons at 5, this group just tries to have a good time.
Crimson House
Korea University
Take subway line No. 6 to Korea University Station, use exit 6
(016) 9550-3061 (ask for Shige)
www.freechal.com/shige


HOLLYWOOD MOTOR SHOW

Friday to Jan. 4: Take a look at the automobiles that appeared in your favorite flick. Many famous cars and motorcycles will be on display. Tickets are 12,000 won ($10) at the door or 11,000 won if you reserve.
COEX Convention Center
Southern Seoul, Gangnam district
Take subway line No. 2 to Samseong Station and follow signs
(02) 523-1262

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

ROMAN CATHOLIC

HYEHWA-DONG CATHOLIC CHURCH
Hyehwa-dong,
(02) 765-0870
Tagalog services are held on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. and on Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 8:30 p.m. Filipino Catholic Center is located near the Hyehwa rotary in Daehangno.


BUDDHIST

Seoul International Zen Center
Suyu 1-dong, (02) 900-4326
Meditation from 1 to 2:50 p.m. Sunday followed by a dharma talk in English at 3 p.m. Take subway line No. 4 to Suyu Station, exit 5. and catch a taxi to Hwagyesa temple.
www.soback.kornet.net/~siz

EXHIBITIONS

KEUMSAN GALLERY

To Dec. 16: “Kang Ai-ran’s Digital Book Project.” Kang Ai-ran is a media artist and professor at Ewha Womans University. This is her 14th personal exhibtion, displaying books with interactive sensors, surrounded by printed virtual images on metal panels. The exhibit explores reality and virtual reality.
Central Seoul, near Gyeongbok Palace
(02) 735-6317
www.keumsan.org


GANA ART GALLERY

To Jan. 25: “Should Say Not All Still Life.” About 70 still life works are presented in this exhibtion. From the 1930s to the present, still life images have changed a lot, reflecting evolving viewpoints and circumstances. Artworks by Korean and international artists make use of various media alongside classic paintings of still life scenes.
Central Seoul, near Gyeongbok Palace
(02) 720-1020; www.ganaart.com

PERFORMANCE

SEOUL ARTS CENTER

Dec. 18: “Kenny Garrett Jazz Concert.” One of the best-known saxophonists of his generation, this multi-Grammy-nominated jazz artist will perform with Carlos McKinney on piano, Christopher Funn on bass and Ronald Brunner on drums. Garrett played in jazz legend Miles Davis’s ensemble for five years and has also performed with Sting, the hip-hop group Gang Starr and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, going beyond the borders of contemporary jazz. Garrett is on tour promoting his latest album, “Standard of Language,” inspired by his study of Japanese language and culture over the past three years. Tickets are 30,000 won ($25) to 70,000 won.
Seocho-dong, Southern Seoul
7:30 p.m., in the Concert Hall
(02) 1588-7890; www.ticketlink.co.kr


HOAM ART HALL

Sat.: “Non-sense Classic Concert.” The Korean Festival Ensemble, which was established in 1986 and has continuously pursued unique interpretations of classical music, will give its fifth regular concert tomorrow at 7 p.m. Earlier this year, the ensemble performed obscure compositions by the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, and their originality elicited much praise. This time, they are presenting Beethoven’s Septet in Eb major, Schubert’s Octet in F major and Mozart operas. Tickets cost 20,000 won.
Central Seoul, Near City Hall
(02) 1588-7890; www.ticketlink.co.kr



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