Explore Busan Museum of Art in 2015, a walk down memory lane because art is beautiful whatever date!
SEMA (Seoul Museum of Art) always offers a variety of awesome exhibitions, I was especially impressed with the work of the late Chun Kyung-Ja’s work and equally I suggest art lovers explore all of the SEMA locations in Seoul and even given their gallery in Nown-Gu a look over.
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As a Brummie, I love this gallery and it’s cafe, a treat combined. The exhibitions are always unique and sometimes you leave impressed and sometimes not so much!
I love their coffee shop, I went there just before getting married and after numerous ‘pre-bus’ rides home after work and equally during my time as a student at The University of Birmingham.,
This gallery inspires the mind, Brindleyplace equally offers a safe place to release the mind and to think.
Explore your mind at the Ikon.
Memories of working at Virgin Trains and LondonMidland Trains.
An awesome gem at the Seoul National University is the ‘Museum of Art’ which seems to host some pretty amazing works let alone to be itself an artistic treasure on the glowing green campus on the southern part of Seoul.
For jaw-dropping creative exhibitions hit the green line and head there:
Exploring Gangnam is always fun, it is blessed with shops upon shops, cafes upon cafes and is a commercial heaven.. but.. walk those streets a bit more and you will find small temples, old buildings and the local community center which houses the Seoul Global Village Centre and a nice little space for a public gallery (like many GU offices).. here is a snap of a the Yeoksam’s mini gallery that I explored with my good friend Rebecca.
Seoul hosts annually ‘The Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival‘ (SICAF) at the world renowned ‘COEX’ located at Starfield COEX in the heart of Gangnam, next to the City Airport Terminal and a short ride to Jamsil.
My first experience of the iconic D Museum was the inspiring and motivating Heatherwick Studio, the creativity and excitement of British design is certainly here – take a look!