ONGOING

Annie Leibovitz Exhibit

The Seoul Arts Center is holding a 1990-2005 retrospective of the works of the peerless Annie Leibovitz at the Hanagram Museum. “Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer’s Life 1990-2005” will run until March 3rd. Hurry everyone. 15,000 won entry.

THURSDAY

Phoenix Live at Uniqlo Ax Hall

this poster.

FRIDAY

Friday night shows

Witness belly dancing fuse with rock at semi-regular night , this time at Club Freebird, , or get sweaty at Strange Fruit for Les Sales‘ .

SATURDAY

BBQ at Ways of Seeing

are getting rare these days, so make sure you stuff your facehole this Sat at excellent venue Ways of Seeing in Hannam-dong. 

Bass Attack : 2nd Anniversary

Help one of the and going strong this weekend, at Club 500 (Obeg). The dubstep and d&b soiree is bringing out their regulars for a party that’s sure to be off the hook. 10,000 won entry before midnight; 15,000 won after. 

Jimjilbang Vol. 2

will be held at a new UV concept bar called LOL, which provides highlighter paints for you to leave you mark. Free entry, great music, fun location and cheap drinks. 

SUNDAY

casablancas

3 Years of Hard Work and Deliciousness

Casablanca, my favourite sandwich place in Seoul — possibly the entire world — is after an extensive renovation. Go say hi to the Casablanca crew, eat a Moroccan sandwich, check out artwork by Eric Davis and Chung Park, and drink some craft beer. From 5pm. 

“Slowly” by Audra Connolly: Release Party

Audra Connolly, folk singer-songwriter from Idaho who has lived in Korea for three years, will release her album “Slowly” at Club Bbang in Hongdae. “Slowly” was written, recorded and produced entirely in the Seoul area. Connolly and . Door fee is W15,000 and includes a copy of Connolly’s album. The night starts at 6:30pm.

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