Photo credit: Seoul Open Night Organizing Committee
Following last year’s success, the Seoul Open Night returns once again to turn the city of Seoul into an exciting visual arts festival from August 29 to 30, 2014. The venues include City Hall (Seoul Plaza), Cheonggyecheon Stream & Cheonggye Plaza and several other locations in Jongno-gu, Seoul.
During the festival, museums, galleries and other culture and art facilities will stay open until the evening hours. Each area will also be holding their own programs and performances such as concerts and culture markets.
This year, Unhyeongung Royal Residence will be having a special event on August 29 from 6pm until 9 pm (onsite registration only). Visitors can take part in a traditional tea ceremony and watch traditional performances such as a changgeuk (traditional Korean opera), ‘Ran (orchid)’ and the pansori performance “Hwairak”.
<2014 Seoul Open Night
: City Hall (Seoul Plaza)
, Cheonggyecheon Stream & Cheonggye Plaza
, Deoksugung Doldam-gil (Deoksugung Stone-Wall Road)
in Jongno-gu, Seoul
: August 29–30, 2014
: +82-2-6939-7890 (Korean) / Dasan Call Center +82-2-120 (Korean, English,
Japanese, Chinese, Mongolian, Vietnamese)
☞ Venues with extended hours
Seoul Museum of History
09:00–22:00 (Aug 29)
10:00–21:00 (Aug 29) / 10:00–22:00 (Aug 30)
Bukchon Museum Old Fragrance
World Jewelry Museum 10:00–22:00
Owl Art & Craft Museum
10:00–22:00 (Aug 30)
Kyung-In Museum of Fine Art
Fine Art Gallery Art Link 10:00–22:00
Areumdaun Cha Bangmulgwan (Beautiful Tea Museum)
Arko Art Gallery (former Marronnier Art Gallery)
15:00–22:00 (Aug 30)
Seoul Museum of Art
10:00–21:00 (Aug 29)
Trick Eye Museum
* Times are subject to change, and may vary by venue.
* Participating fees may be charged depending on the programs.
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