Immerse yourself in Korean translated literature at the KCCUK

The Korean Cultural Centre in London has been operating a book club ever since Korea was named as the the market focus at the London Book Fair back back in 2014. Four years later and the book club is still going strong. It is a great way to get access to Korean translated literature and discuss the book with those who bear a similar interest in the culture. The book club takes place on the last Wednesday of every month and it is really easy to apply. (January and December at the months that the book club does not take … Continue reading Immerse yourself in Korean translated literature at the KCCUK

Reliving the Korean Film Festival 2013

I was invited by the Korean Cultural Centre to watch Boomerang Family starring Je-Moon Yoon. I took my friend and we were invited backstage to to the after party, where it was the closing of the Korean Film Festival. Canapes and drinks were served. Yeo-Jong Yoon was also there as well the director Hae Sung Song. My friend fell in love with Je-Moon and I plucked up the courage to request a picture with him. Above was the result. A lovely end to a great festival. Looking forward to this years..! Continue reading Reliving the Korean Film Festival 2013

I started a Korean Novel Book Club!!

So there I was trying to get a place on the coveted Korean literature night at the Korean Cultural Centre to discuss the book, Please look after mother  by Kyoug Sook Shin. I had the pleasure of having read the book already. The KCC rarely do anything literature related and its such a joy to encounter when they do. Unfortunately I was not successful and missed out on the first literature night that took place last month in Feb. Feeling left out, I thought due the limited number of spaces, people must be feeling the same and surely there was … Continue reading I started a Korean Novel Book Club!!