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Community Calendar: Issue 14 (Nov. 25 -)
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The 1st Global Jeju Business Convention
Nov. 27 – Nov. 29
Lotte Jeju Hotel, Jungmun Resort Complex
Jeju’s Commerce and industry professionals will meet with the aim of enhancing relations between industry areas. About 600 native Jeju entrepreneurs that currently live all over the world, return to Jeju to participate in the convention
Info: 064-748-0246, http://jejucci.korcham.net/

Tangerine picking experience
Oct. 31 – Dec.
Tangerine farms in Yerae Eco Village, Sangye-dong, Seogwipo-si
Visitors can pick Jeju tangerines. There will also be interesting events such as the tangerine piling contest and the most delicious tangerine competition.
Info: 064-738-6613

Wooden craftwork exhibit
Oct. 12- Dec. 12
Jeju Stone Park, Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si
Approximately 50 wooden craftworks such as writing materials, agricultural implements and lamps made of wood are on display, providing insight into Jeju’s special culture.
Admission fee: Adult 5,000 won, children 3,500 won
Info: 064-710-7755, http://www.jejustonepark.com/(Korean only)

Traditional Jeju women clothes exhibition
Through Dec. 12
Jeju Folklore and Natural History Museum, Ildo-2dong, Jeju-si
Visitors to the Jeju Folklore and Natural History Museum are able to see a wide variety of traditional women's clothes and ornaments from the island.
Admission fee: Adult 1,100 won, children 500 won
Info: 064-710-7689, http://museum.jeju.go.kr/(Korean only)

Stone & culture exhibit
Oct. 27 - Dec. 6
Jeju National Museum, Keonip-dong, Jeju-si
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the museum, Jeju National Museum is holding a special exhibition showcasing various volcanic stones and how they were traditionally used in everyday life.
Info: 064-720-8102, http://jeju.museum.go.kr/kr/

Photo exhibition of 100-years of Jeju education
Nov. 13 - May 2010
Jeju Education Museum, Ido-2dong, Jeju-si
Jeju Education Museum is holding a photo exhibition displaying 70 images from the last 100 years, chronicling the evolution of Jeju education. They show changes in the role and manner of education on Jeju island from 1907 until now.
Info: 064-752-9104, http://jjemuseum.go.kr/ (Korean only)

Art exhibit featuring Jeju’s World Natural Heritage sites
Nov. 21 – Jan. 19, 2010
Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art, Jeoji-li, Hankyeong-myeon, Jeju-si
Western and eastern paintings, video arts, engravings and pictures about Mt. Halla, Sungsan Sun Rise Peak, etc. create a post modern collage of Jeju’s World Heritage sites.
Info: 064-710-7805, http://www.jejumuseum.go.kr(Korean only)

Reopening ceremony for Donaeko course to Mt. Halla
Dec. 4, 10:00~11:20
Entrance of Donaeko, Sanghyo-dong, Seogwipo-si
Donaeko course reopens after the 15-year “rest-year period” to preserve and restore the area. Events include Pungmulnori, Korean traditional percussion performance and mountain climbing.
Info: 064-713-9950, http://www.hallasan.go.kr

Jeju Art Festival – “Horizon of Island and Beauty”
Dec. 7 – 12
Jeju Culture and Art Center, Ildo-2 dong, Donggwang-ro, Jeju-si
All the art works are by Jeju artists and feature the theme ‘Island,’ which can be interpreted as a enclosed space, isolated from the mainland or an open space having unlimited possibilities.
Info: 064-757-1919, Fax: 064-757-1916

KBS Year-end concert – “Kim Duksu Samulnori performance”
Dec. 11 – Dec. 12,
Tamna Hall A in ICC Jeju, Jungmun-dong, Seogwipo-si
Kim Duksu, 54 year old renowned traditional percussionist who has given about 7,000 performances in more than 60 countries will perform on Jeju Island. Kim has devoted his life to expanding Korean tradition through countless successful hybrid performances combining traditional Korean beats and sounds with Western music.
Free admission
Info: 064-735-1000

Halla Wind Ensemble
Dec. 19, 7:00 p.m.
Jeju Culture and Art Center, Ildo-2 dong, Donggwang-ro, Jeju-si
Though, they may not be expert musicians, this all local amateur orchestra compensate for their potential lack of skill with their love of music and passion for their instruments. The program for the concert includes Sir Edward Elgar, Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 and 6 well-known Christmas carols.
Admission fee: Adult 5,000W, children 1,000W
Info: 010-6798-1155

Hong Kyeong-min Live Concert
Dec. 19, 3p.m., 7:30p.m.
Tamna Hall A in ICC Jeju, Jungmun-dong, Seogwipo-si
With releasing his 10th album known as ‘Someday’, the well-known Korean singer, Hong Kyeong-min gives a concert in December. He will return to doing what he's best known for with giving an intimate performance for 150 minutes.
Ticket: VIP- 70,000W, R- 60,000W, S- 50,000W
Buy tickets at Interpark (1544-1555/ http://www.ticketpark.com) or Auction Ticket (1566-1369 / http://ticket.auction.co.kr) or visit Family cake house in City hall area in Jeju-si or Myeongdang bakery in Jaewon.
Info: 064-711-8714

Jeju Agapechoral Choir annual Christmas Concert
Dec. 22, 7:30p.m.
Jeju Culture and Art Center, Ildo-2 dong, Donggwang-ro, Jeju-si
Agapechoral Choir was established in 1984 for distributing Christian songs to people. 12 carols such as Christmas Joy, Deo Gracias Sleepers, and Wake will be preformed.
Free admission
Info: 010-7179-1903

Jeju Philharmonic Orchestra – Year-end Concert
Dec. 23, 7:30p.m.
Jeju Culture and Art Center, Ildo-2 dong, Donggwang-ro, Jeju-si
Jeju Philharmonic Orchestra is giving a free New Year’s Eve Concert, which will afford the opportunity to look back on the past year and to celebrate New Year. Jeju Philharmonic Orchestra looks forward to seeing the future as they continue being the cultural envoy of all Jeju City.
Info: 064-728-3937, http://www.artjeju.or.kr/sirip2006/

Nationwide recital tour by, Yiruma
Dec. 24, 7:30p.m.
Jeju Culture and Art Center, Ildo-2 dong, Donggwang-ro, Jeju-si
The Popular new age pianist and composer is holding a concert through 15 different cities from Nov. 1 till Dec. 26.
Ticket: VIP-66,000W, R-55,000W, S-44,000W, A-33,000W
Info: 02-2658-3546

Sarah Chang Violin Recital tour
Dec. 26, 7:30p.m.
Jeju Culture and Art Center, Ildo-2 dong, Donggwang-ro, Jeju-si
After foraying into Baroque music two years ago, violin virtuoso Sarah Chang is back with Brahms and Bruch. With releasing her 18th album known as Brahms & Bruch Violin Concertos, the Korean-American prodigious artist will give a recital tour nationwide for the first time. She will kick off the tour from Dec. 11 to Dec. 28.
Ticket: VIP- 100,000원, R-70,000원, S-50,000원
Info: 064-741-7722

Seongsan Sunrise Festival
Dec. 30 – Jan. 1
Seongsan Illchulbong(Sunrise Peak), Sungsan-eup, Seogwipo-si
The festival starts on New Years Eve and continues overnight until dawn. Experience the exhilarating beauty of the morning sunrise while making New Years wishes and resolutions. A concert and a Jeju traditional percussion performance called, Pungmulnori are crowd pleasers.
Info: 064-760-2681


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