Rock Olle Play
Oct. 13 – Oct. 14, 7p.m.
Lee jung-seop road
Events will include: performances by Pyeong-yang Arirang Arts Company, a magic show, an electric violin performance, and a performance of North America folk music. These events will harmonize with traditional celebrations for Korean’s second biggest holiday, Chuseok.
Info: http://www.rockollae.com/, 064-760-2482
Jeju Olle Green Literature Tour with a famous poet
Oct. 15-17 (3-day tour)
Olles 4, 5, 6
Poet Jung Ho-seung will combine poetry and nature as he walks Jeju Olle courses 4, 5 and 6, reciting his poems and telling stories about his life.
The 14th Cave Music Festival
Oct. 17, 3p.m.
Dongankyeong cave, Udo-myeon, Jeju-si
This one-of-a-kind event will include a performance by well-known Jeju tenor Hyun Haen-bok, among others. All vocals and music will be unplugged; utilizing the cave’s unique acoustics. Come and be fascinated by the wonderful mystery of nature and music.
Park Seong-bae Ieodo Exibition
Sep. 25 - Oct. 25
Gallery Mirea, Yongdam-dong, Jeju-si, (1st floor in the Mirea Convention Center)
This exhibition of paintings, celebrates Jeju’s natural environment and the mythical island of Ieodo; an island utopia in Jeju folklore.
The 12th Lee Jung-seop Art Festival
Oct. 16 – Oct. 19, all day
Lee Jung-seop Gallery, Seogwipo-si
Prolific artist Lee Jung-seop’s works will be displayed alongside the work of
students from last year’s Art Contest.
The 15th Seogwipo Chilsipni Festival
Oct. 23 – Oct. 25
Around Cheonjiyeon Square,
Starting with a parade around the Cheonjiyeon area, the festival will feature lots activities and contests- such as making Jeju medicinal herb tea, Jeju traditional ceramic pottery, a Chilsipni singing contest and so on.
Info: http://70ni.com/, 064-760-2662
Folk Paintings Exhibition
Until Oct. 20
Jeju National University Museum, Ara-dong, Jeju-si (The museum is located in the main university building.)
Folk paintings with religious Featuring folk paintings with religious themes and Chinese calligraphy
Chusa Culture Festival
Kim Jung-hee’s place of exile, Daejung-eup, Seogwipo-si
There are a lot of traditional cultural events and activities through which to admire the sprit of Chusa, Kim Jung-hee who created original penmanship, named Chusa and the immortal masterpiece Sehando although he is in the abyss of despair
Foreign Language Festival
Halla Gymnasium, Jeju-si
A number of educational events and activities are planned, including a children’s English quiz competition, a debate contest, English drama presentations by high school students and foreign language games.
Info: http://www.kctvjeju.com/contents/?muid=289&pmuid=116, 064-741-7722
Jeju Hunting Season opens
Nov. 1st – end of Feb.
The provincial government has announced that hunting season will begin. The hunting of roe deer and a number of bird species is permitted across nearly a third of the island’s territory.
Info : http://www.kowaps.or.kr/, 064-702-2682
Jeju Port Exhibition in the Memory
Oct. 1 - Oct. 31
Photo Gallery Images of Nature (former Gashi elementary school), Gashi-li, Pyeoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si
Photographer Seo Jae-cheol shows unique aspects of Jeju’s port which lived together with our ancestors’ life at past.
Info: http://hallaphoto.co.kr/base_1/index.php, 064-787-3110
The 2nd Pumpkin Festival
Oct. 1 – Oct. 25
Jae-am Folk Village in Hallim Park
Visitors can view over 40 types of pumpkins in different sizes, colors and shapes and get involved in many pumpkin-related activities and games.
Info: http://www.hallimpark.co.kr, 064-796-0001 / 064-796-0004,
Hands-On With the Djembe
Every Saturday through November 23rd
Museum of African Art, Deapo-dong, Seogwipo-si
Visitors are offered the chance to try the djembe, a West African traditional drum and to learn the Cucu- a traditional Senegalese folk dance.
Korean Cartoons Exhibition
Sept. 5 – Oct. 30
The Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art, Jeoji-li, Hankyeong-myeon, Jeju-si
Many interesting Korean cartoons are displayed along with information about the history of cartooning in Korea. The exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of Korean cartoon.
Info: http://cartoon100.net, 064-710-7801
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