The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) of the Philippines shall feature Korean royal palaces in its third art exhibition on September 1, 2016.
The exhibit entitled “Opulence: The Art of Korean Royal Palace” is part of the KCC’s “efforts to introduce the culture of Korea to the Philippines” and “aims to present the Korean cultural heritage through the palaces of Joseon dynasty, Korean peninsula’s last dynasty.” It shall showcase 19 pieces of royal paintings, historical artifacts, and garments of the Joseon dynasty. Artworks to be displayed were created by traditional artists from the Korea National University of Cultural Heritage (NUCH) which also co-organized the said exhibition.
The exhibit is of free admission and shall run from September 1, 2016 to November 18, 2016 at the KCC Exhibition Hall. For more information, you may go to KCC Philippines’ official Facebook page or visit their website at http://phil.korean-culture.org/.