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KCC Holds A Korean Modern Literature Pop-Up Exhibition

Jump into the world of K-literature through this immersive exhibition

It's a literature haven for the month of October at the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC)!  Join KCC for the "K-Lit: Turning Pages of Korea," a Korean modern literature pop-up exhibition.


This immersive exhibition happening from October 13 to November 18 at the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines invites visitors to delve deeper into Korean modern literature through displays of one hundred Korean books and special sections dedicated to four main books. 


Explore these specialized corners showcasing internationally acknowledged books and novelists, including Jeong Youjeong's Seven Years of DarknessSon Wonpyung's Almond, and Cheon Meyung-gwan's Whale. These sections offer diverse genres such as mystery, young adult, and fantasy, ensuring a unique literary experience for everyone.


K-Lit: Turning Pages of Korea at the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines


If you are captivated by the wonders of Korean literature and want to explore each book displayed, make sure to visit the KCC library after the exhibition closes! 


In the meantime, during the month-long exhibit, the KCC will hold exciting events like bookmark making and book hunt. Stay tuned for more information to be announced on KCC’s social media channels. 


The K-Lit: Turning Pages of Korea exhibit is open to the public from October 13 to November 18, Monday to Saturday (excluding holidays) from 9AM-4PM at the 5F Multipurpose Hall of KCC located in Taguig City. No registration needed!


Photo courtesy of Korean Cultural Center