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Festival284: A Better Tomorrow
Festival284: A Better Tomorrow

last updated : 20161128

Oct. 20th through Dec. 4th, 2016. A special multidisciplinary arts event, Festival284: A Better Tomorrow will take place at Culture Station Seoul 284 (Old Seoul Station).

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Everyone's Ground
Everyone's Ground

last updated : 20161219

Dec. 23rd to Dec. 25th, 2016. Everyone's Ground is a special event that will take place at Citizens Hall in City Hall. Bid 2016 farewell, welcome in the new year, and celebrate Christmas!

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Total Museum of Contemporary Art
Total Museum of Contemporary Art

last updated : 20140204

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Located in a secluded residential area of Pyeongchang-dong overlooking Bukhansan Mountain, the Total Museum exhibits the best of contemporary Korean art.

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Seoul Namsan Gugakdang
Seoul Namsan Gugakdang

last updated : 20131108

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Situated in the Namsangol Hanok Village, Seoul Namsan Gugakdang, which opened in 2007, is a traditional Korean music venue on three levels, two of them below ground. In addition to the 330-seat main auditorium, the venue also features a traditional music experience chamber, a practice room and a food court. The main performance space on the first basement level is the only music venue in Korea equipped with a specially-designed solid wood interior which does not absorb sound, allowing the audience to experience natural unamplified acoustics. The wide repertoire features different recitals every day from a variety of traditional music genres, and the venue also runs free experience programs including a traditional tea tasting event and oriental painting classes.

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Hanbok and Traditional Korean Accessories
Hanbok and Traditional Korean Accessories

last updated : 20150713

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Koreans can still be seen wearing hanbok, the traditional Korean garment, on special occasions such as Lunar New Year or weddings.

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