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Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
Kim Sung-jin tackles intimate close-ups of people in this solo exhibition. Located in Gangnam, near Apgujeong Station on subway line number 3. Visit

Concerts, Museums & Theater
Since 2003, the European Jazz Trio (EJT) has been visiting Korea for an annual live concert. This year it will celebrate the South Africa World Cup and perform Oh, Pilseung Korea in jazz style. The piano is played by Marc Van Roon, bass by Fra..

Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
EBS program Fart King Ppwung Ppwung, becomes a childrens musical featuring fun songs. Tickets cost from 25,000 to 45,000 won. Call (02) 501-7888. Located near exit 7 of Yangjae Station on subway line 3.

Concerts, Museum & Theater
As part of the Seoul International Music Festival, the Shanghai String Quartet presents chamber music with clarinet prodigy Han Kim. The program includes Korea premieres of Bridges Novelletten for String Quartet and Pendereckis String Quart..

Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
Four creative talents in design, installations, photography and language are brought together in this exhibition that aims to take visitors through the city with new eyes. Hosted by Artsum, Gahoedong 60, the Institute for Korean Historical Studies,..

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R&B superstar Usher is performing in Seoul for the first time. The singer released his latest album ``Raymond V. Raymond last March, and local fans will get a live performance of tracks from the new album as well as other hits. Tickets cost fro..

Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
Artist Kim Hee-jeong brings a solo exhibition depicting the grief and joy of birds. Gallery Chezart is located at Yangjae Station on subway line number 3. Visit for more information (Korean only).

Concerts, Museums & Theater
Koreas largest ever Auguste Rodin exhibition is being held in central Seoul through the summer. More than 180 sculptures and watercolor sketches will be on show at the Seoul Museum of Art, with several pieces being displayed for the first time ou..

Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
Platoon Kunsthalle is a cultural space where visitors can enjoy various facilities, including an event hall, library lounge, art studios and a bar and restaurant. Open from Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. DJ nights on Thursday and Friday..

Concerts, Museums & Theater
New Age pianist George Winston will bring his beautiful melodies to Korea at the Love Will Come concert. Tickets cost from 50,000 to 90,000 won. For more information, visit or call (02) 548-4480. Located near exits 4 and 5 ..

Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
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Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
Considered one of Koreas premier realist artists, Lee Kwang-ho is presenting his new series Landscape and Cactus at Kukje Gallery. Lee displays his technical and pictorial mastery with the ability to meticulously combine elements of the r..

Concerts, Museums & Theater
The Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra will hold a concert featuring Chopins Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor, Op.11 and Rachmaninovs Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27 with pianist Aviram Reichert. For more information, visit www.bucheonphil.or..

Clubs, Art Exhibitions & Sports Games
Latin American art is being introduced at the Yongeun Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwangju, Gyeonggi Province. There are 80 artworks by 17 artists from Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Cuba, Paraguay, Uruguay and Panama. Visit

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