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International Conference on Cultural Policy Research / July 05 - 09, 2016 / Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, South Korea

Cultural Fieldtrip

Travel Information > Cultural Fieldtrip

ICCPR 2016 offers the participants opportunities to experience significant site in Korean cultural policy. If you would like to participate in the cultural field trip, please select the course you want when you register. Fee for cultural trip is 10,000 KRW (About 8 Euro).

Course 1 Traditional Culture & Art site : Seongbuk-dong

Seongbuk-dong, a site of living for the working classes from the past, is a culture & arts village where many writers and artists draw inspiration from and create work. This course discovers the traces of history, culture, and arts hidden in the back alleys of Seongbuk-dong. You can get a sense of the history and culture of our ancestors – CHOI Sunu, HAN Yong-un, LEE Tae-jun. In addition, you can also listen to the stories of history, religion, and architectural style in the examples of Seonjamdanji, Gilsangsa Temple, Seoul Fortress Wall, and Suyeonsanbang.

Course 2 Finding art in everyday life: Cheongun/Hyoja-dong, Seochon Village

Take a walk around Seochon Villiage to find the traces of arts and culture hidden in this old town of Seoul.
Participants will walk through Seochon Village while listening to the stories of the town. By walking around one of the oldest town in Seoul, you will be able to visit the past and future of the city. The course offers an opportunity to discover arts and culture that exist in Korean daily lives.

Course 3 Cultural policies of Korea today: cel Stage & K-Live

Cel Venture Complex: The cel Venture Complex is a base for cultural venture enterprises in Korea and landmark of Hallyu (K-wave) tourism that builds a self-sustainable, creative ecosystem to create premium convergence contents based on a system that encompasses the entire cycle from planning, producing, and consuming to commercializing of a new kind of cultural contents.
K-Style Hub (2F-5F): From tour information to K-food experience, K-Style Hub offers visitors a chance to see, feel, and learn about Korea and raise visitors' interest in Korean culture.
K-live: At this next-generation, cultural space, various fields such entertainment (K-pop), education, and arts, are reinterpreted into cutting-edge hologram contents in a bid to create a new kind of experience for visitors. (270-degree panoramic screen, 14.2-channel surround sound system, interactive attractions, etc.)

** Each program and schedule are subject to change depending on circumstances, and detail information will be updated on the website.
* English guide will be are presented for all courses.