Monthly archive September, 2012
Chincha Films...The Creators Project Seoul

Chincha Films…The Creators Project Seoul

Here’s another addition to our Chincha Films series of event reviews, featuring interviews with Hosi Simon, Global Mananger of VICE magazine, and David Haroldsen, Creative Director of Intel-sponsored event series The Creators Project. We also interviewed the electro rock band IDIOTAPE, who headlined the concert, and lovely event attendee Kim Hyuna. Filming of The Creators...

Events in Seoul This Week: 27/SEPT/2012

ONGOING TILL SUNDAY Louvre Exhibition Running until Saturday the 30th of September, the highly-acclaimed Louvre gallery in France has transplanted some of it’s Greek collection to Seoul. For a taste of Parisian-curated culture, get yourselves down to Seoul Art Center in Gangnam for the Myths and Legends exhibition. Tickets cost 12,000 won for adults. More...
Seoul Subway Challenge: Line 6

Seoul Subway Challenge: Line 6

As part of the Seoul Subway Challenge organised by Tom Stockwell from Waegook Tom, nine bloggers composed photo essays of assigned subway lines in Seoul. Chincha received Line 6 and here is our photo essay capturing what keeps it excellent. The pictures are from Dongmyo, Hapjeong, Sangsu, Itaewon, Noksapyeong and World Cup Stadium respectively. The...

Bass Attack’s Founder Tong Lanus

A little bit of drum and a face full of bass. This is only part of the recipe that makes up Bass Attack, the brainchild of Tong Lanus, the young entrepreneur, founder and owner of the regular club night. Bass Attack is made up of three key ingredients; love, peace and grimy dirty filthy bass....

Cakeshop’s Opening Weekend

Here are some midweek club pictures to get you raring for your Chuseok party plans. The images were taken at at the newly opened Cakeshop club’s opening night in Itaewon. They have some juicy stuff happening this weekend too, including Bass Attack on Friday night. Read our interview with the founder of the d’n'b and...

Global Gathering 2012

So you’re battered, bruised and sunburnt from festival season. You spent all your money at Jisan, lost your iPhone at Pentaport, and for some reason you thought it would be a good idea to exchange your tent at Burning Man in return for having your face painted like a tiger. You poor body may feel...

AWEH PRESENTS: Alpine Decline

Alpine Decline are a duo originally hailing from California, but most recently found in the hazy suburbs of Beijing. Melding noise, indie and rock around a hollow core of haunting echoes and warm tape, the pair are equally captivating live as a vox/guitar/drum combo and on their highly narrative, atmospheric records. While Pauline Mu and Jonathan Zeitlin were...

The Creators Project

While chatting to Creators Project spearheads Hosi Simon and David Haroldsen, of VICE and Intel respectively, they mentioned that they like to mix things up a little. This was one of the reasons behind moving the 2012 event, which took place on Saturday, from arts warehouse Platoon in Gangnam to the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Located...