Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong

Korean Contemporary Art

Exhibited artists: Lee Sabgho, Ha Min Ji, Kim Hyeonjong, Kwon Jinhee,
Hong Jeeeun, Lee Youngmin, Han Yongbeom, Ryu Hosik, Seo ho seok, Choi Myungsik

Booth: B15

Kim Hyeon Jong (b.1952)
Pine Road
2021
White porcelain
25 x 6 x 14.5 cm

The Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong was opened in 2018 in the former Police Married Quarters (PMQ), now a popular cultural complex in Hollywood Road. The aim of the Center is to introduce the quintessence of Korean culture and heritage, and promote cultural exchange between Korea and Hong Kong. The Center provides a platform for artists from Korea and Hong Kong to collaborate and build networks by offering opportunities for mutual visits between Korea and Hong Kong. Art exhibitions, performances, Korean language classes, cooking classes and educational sessions about Korean pop music and movies all take place at the Center, which also has a library of books related to Korean art, food and literature.

Contact details
6-7/F, Block B, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
Contact person: Hansol Woo
T: +852 2270 3502
E: hansolwoo@korea.kr
hk.korean-culture.org