Worldwide Locations

Worldwide Locations


Left: Unknown artist, Jar with Dragon Design, 18th-19th Century, Porcelain with underglaze blue design, National Museum of Korea, Seoul, Right: Tsukioka Kogyo, One Hundred Plays: Hagoromo, 1925 – 1928, Colored ink woodblock on paper, Courtesy of Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College.

Unveiling the East: Discovering the Cultural Heritage of Korea and Japan

This cross-curricular workshop will examine aesthetics and depictions of beauty in Japanese and Korean art. more
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Asia Society Presents! National Gugak Center Artists Perform Traditional Korean Music

Artists perform classical instrumental selections, court music, and modern compositions. more
Jaspal Bindra,  Chief Executive Officer of Asia at Standard Chartered

India: New Future in Infrastructure & Manufacturing

Indian business opportunities showcased in Seoul more

Korean Ceramics from the Asia Society Museum Collection

Korean ceramics from the permanent collection more
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Screen Asia: aka DAN – A Korean Adoptee Documentary

This fun documentary explores Los Angeles-based rapper Dan Matthews' reconnection with his heritage in South Korea. more
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Family Day: East Asia

The first family program of the fall season will focus on Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cultures. more
Robert Carlin

Bad Decisions, Bad Consequences: The Korean Issue in the New Century

Korea analyst and author Bob Carlin was guest speaker at the Asia Society Korea Center’s July monthly luncheon. more

Actor Q&A: Moon So-Ri on 'Manshin: Ten Thousand Spirits'

Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui talks to actress Moon So-Ri about her new film 'Manshin: Ten Thousand Spirits,' a mystical journey into the psyche of Korea through the shaman Kim Keum-hwa. more

The Korea Center Welcomes the Global Trustees

A terrific group of trustees and other friends of the institution journeyed to Seoul in June for the annual Asia-based meeting of the Board. more

Japan and South Korea: What Will It Take? (Complete)

Scholars from three countries assess the current impasse in Japan-South Korean relations and debate what steps are necessary to bring these old foes together. more