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I simply had to try out Kimchee- London’s latest hip and raved-about Korean restaurant, located in the central Holborn area. My friends and I paid a Sunday evening visit, joined the 40-minute queue in anticipation, and finally got seated, served and … Continue reading
The Korean Cultural Centre provides plentiful and diverse Korean art exhibitions for Londoners. It’s always a nice surprise to happen upon examples of Korean art elsewhere in the city, which is why I was happy to stumble across Do Ho Suh’s Energy … Continue reading
London is a great place to be if you’re a fan of Korean film. Get your diary / calendar ready, and make sure you don’t miss out! 5. Korea Calling at the Thames Festival (September – on the Thames – … Continue reading
” Love is communication. If you don’t communicate in a relationship, it will break down” (Kim Han-Min’s summary of Handphone) The 2011 London Korean Film Festival provided many rare opportunities.Watching Handphone (2009) in the company of its director (and one of the coolest guys I’ve … Continue reading