We already post our weekly events listings every Thursday, but larger events sometimes need to be booked ahead of schedule. This is a record of the Seoul events in 2013 that we really want to go to.
Mario Testino at Seoul Arts Center
The phenomenal London-based fashion photographer, who has shot iconic stars such as Lady Gaga and Kate Moss, is displaying 86 of his photographs at an exhibition called “Private View” at Hanagram Museum, Seoul Arts Center. Runs until the end of November. 15,000 won entry for adults.
SuperColorSuper’s Fall Lineup
Dec. 7: Clash 7.0
The 7th version of the charity concert championing underground hip-hop (and indie music) at Club Freebird, Hongdae. This concert will raise money for Angel House, an orphanage in Seoul. 10,000 won tickets.
Dec. 7: Gold Panda Live in Seoul
Gold Panda and his ethereal tunes are returning to Seoul for the first time in a few years. Advance tickets to the gig are 38,000 won; 45,000 on the door.
Jan. 17: James Blake Live at Uniqlo AX Hall
Mercury prize-winner James Blake was the highlight of the 2012 Jisan Valley Rock Festival on his first visit to the peninsula. Now the genius musician returns to Korea for a headline gig at Uniqlo AX, east Seoul, for 88,000 won. Buy tickets from Interpark (Korean only).
Jan. 23: Phoenix Live at Olympic Hall
French electro poppers Phoenix will be hitting Seoul on Jan. 23 at Olympic Park. More details TBC.
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Words by Loren Cotter
Featured Image: Mike Beech