We are glad to announce a roster of exciting events in 2015. You probably already knew about our stand at FestivalAsia on May 15-17. Please note we are still taking applications for volunteers to help us on the stand, so please do not hesitate to contact us at info@daehandrama.com Also, we will be organizing a […]

Starting from 19:00, Korean TV drama fans are invited to join the second event of the yearly London Korean Drama Screenings on Thursday 2 April, from 7:00pm. After a talk with special guests, and before a drinks reception, the two following Korean TV dramas will be screened:   Kill Me, Heal Me (킬미, 힐미) First […]

Thursday may become the “day of Korean culture” for many of us, Londoners. Indeed, the Korean Cultural Centre UK has chosen that specific day of the week to organize most of its flagship events. First Thursdays of the month are dedicated to our very own London Korean Drama Screenings. Second and Fourth Thursdays of the month are […]

Were you at the first London Korean Drama Screenings last Thursday at the KCCUK? If you were, and even you were not, we have an excellent news. DramaFever is discounting its subscription fee from 2.99 to 1.99 per month, if you subscribe in March. Those who saw the pilot episode of Nine: Nine Time Travels […]

Starting next Thursday, the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is launching a series of pre-screening talks about different eras and genres of the Korean film industry – before the bi-weekly film screenings. The first talk will take place before the screening of Kang Woo-suk’s action comedy film Two Cops, and look at the Korean local […]

On September 24, The Hospital Club welcomed a number of important personalities from the Korean drama industry, as producers and executives from the major broadcasters came to attend a K-Drama Showcase – part of the KCCUK’s K-Drama Week. After a first session dedicated to explore collaboration opportunities between South Korea and the UK, which the […]

On April 11, 2014, tvN premiered a brand new drama series based on the same Hwaseong serial murders unsolved case that inspired Bong Joon-ho for what many of us consider his most thrilling feature film, Memories of Murder. Gapdong (the drama) is set in 1996, instead of 1986 for Memories of Murder, but both productions […]

We are very delighted to announce that KAYA (www.kaya-music.co.uk), a South Korean duo made of kayagum player Jung Ji-eun and acoustic guitarist Jeon Sung-min, will be performing at our Daehan Drama Awards ceremony on October 10, at the Bulgari Hotel. Do not forget to book your tickets if you haven’t yet. Jung Ji-eun is a […]

Earlier last week, the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) unveiled a few first details on the upcoming 9th edition of its annual London Korean Film Festival (LKFF). The event will take place in four venues, including the Odeon West End – as the prime location for opening and closing ceremonies -, Odeon Covent Garden, Odeon […]