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Korean Literature night at the KCCUK, April 2014

 

 

Interview with the author here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qZCVBn1N9s

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Korean Literature Night in April

Korean Literature Night held on 30th April 2014 at the KCCUK. This month’s book was ‘The Hen who Dreamed she could fly’ by Hwang Sun-Mi.

Korean Literature Night held on the last Wednesday of each month February to November. Learning about Korean Literature through the works of Korean authors by group discussion.

kcc hen 2  hen-who-dreamed-2 220px-HwangSunMi_A01 Hwang Sun Mi

 

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Korean Artists Association UK

Following an amazing  gyu bang workshop with Kim Yu Jin last week , I thought i would seek out some Korean artistic outlets in London. I found this amazing website with lots of great information and links and some amazing artwork from members. The rather lovely, Yu Jin herself will be running a ten week Korean boudoir handicraft workshop soon at the Korean Cultural Centre UK.

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KCC Film Highlights – March 2014 Korean Novels on Screen

Join the Korean Cultural Centre for Korean Novels on Screen: a special series focussing on novel adaptations by the 2014 Cultural Programme writers.

All films have English subtitles.

Tickets: free, but booking is essential.

Tuesday 4 March 19.00 (95 mins)The Road to Sampo

A young construction worker Young-dal travels to his hometown after being away for ten years in prison. Based on the novel by Hwang Sok-yong.

Book seats

 


Tuesday 11 March 19.00 (148 mins)Portrait of Youth

A university student reflects on the complications between love, political ideologies and rapid social changes. Based on the novel by Yi Mun-yol.

Book seats

 


Tuesday 18 March 19.00 (119 mins)The Scarlet Letter

A police detective investigates a murder case whilst struggling to maintain his relationships with his wife and mistress. Based on the novel by Kim Young-ha.

Book seats

 


Tuesday 25 March 19.00 (93 mins)Leafie, a Hen into the Wild

Seemingly destined to live the “same old” life, a laying hen named Leafie escapes her chicken farm and sets off on a journey into the wild. Based on The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Hwang Sun-mi.

Book seats

 


Tuesday 1 April 19.00 (163 mins)Moss

Adapted from a popular internet cartoon, Ryu Hae-guk investigates the mysterious death of his father in a remote mountain village. Based on the webtoon Moss by Yoon Tae-ho.

Book seats

BOOKING INFORMATION

All films will be screened at:

Korean Cultural Centre
Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand
London
WC2N 5BW

Admission is free of charge, but booking is essential. You can reserve your place here.