The Korean Culture Center is moving to an Haussmannian building specially built to welcome visitors more and more intrigued by Korea, its mysteries and particularities.
About six floors, thoroughly designed to welcome visitors looking for exotic features in Paris, present all the aspects of Korea through exhibitions, shows, screenings, workshops, cooking classes, Korean classes and concerts.
Official opening on November 21, 2019. Don't forget to follow the place on the Facebook page of the Centre Culturel Coréen (its French name)! The cultural program may trigger your curiosity.
Korea holds no secret for you? The Korean Culture Center expects you for an original (re)discovery of the Korean treasures with a temporary exhibition focusing on 208 traditional and contemporary art items.
Come along and be amazed with the Tekkal*, Couleurs de Corée exhibition, an exhibition in two parts: "Monochrome" and "Jeu de Couleurs" in partnership with the National Folk Museum of Korea, open for free from November 21, 2019 to February 14, 2020 at the new Korean Culture Center.
Elements, cardinal point directions and earth have a strong bond and enjoy a colorful representation. Colors have a special meaning for Koreans, and since the dawn of time, choosing how to use each color has a strong meaning. Yellow symbolizes nobility and is often used on royal ornaments. You know where to go to discover the rest…
*shimmering color flattering the eye
From 21 November 2019 to 21 November 2020
Centre culturel Coréen
20 Rue la Boétie
75008 Paris 8
Métro ligne 9 et 13 station "Miromesnil"
Ouverture le 21 novembre 2019
Horaires : 9h30-18h du lundi au vendredi, nocturne jusqu'à 20h jeudi