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KANGKANGEE Arts Village Festival (Oct. 26 - 28)

2017-10-25 98  Views
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2016-2017 Public Art Projects 

KANGKANGEE Arts Village Festival takes place from October 26 to 28, 2017 around KANGKANGEE Arts Village, located in Daepyeong-dong, Yeongdo-gu to promote various works of the KANGKANGEE Arts Village project to local residents, artists and visitors. 

The festival will provide an opening ceremony, Kangkangee book concert, dance performance, film screening, Yang Dabang Round Table and Kangkangee arts village tour program. 

 

KANGKANGEE Arts Village Festival

When: October 26 – October 28, 2017

Where: KANGKANGEE Arts Village in Daepyeong-dong, Yeongdo-gu  

Website: http://kangkangee.com/index.php/englishpage_about/ 

 

How to get to the KANGKANGEE Arts Village

Take Metro Line 1 to Nampo Station (Exit 6) transfer to bus number 6 at Yeongdo Bridge bus stop and get off at Yeongdo Telephone Office bus stop → walk about 7 minutes to the festival venue

Or

Take local bus numbers 7,9,71,508 to Namhang-dong bus stop → walk about 7 minutes to the festival venue

 

For more information, call at (051)418–1863  

 

KANGKANGEE Arts Village
KANGKANGEE Arts Village
KANGKANGEE Arts Village, which is a sock-shaped village, is at the opposite side of Jagalchi Market, Yeongdo Bridge, and Namhang Bridge. There is a lighters wharf, which is full of ships, and there are nearly 10 shipyards where ships are actively arriving and departing. Hence, it shows the uniqueness of Busan, as a capital of marine culture, which originated and flourished because of its harbor. Daepyeong-dong is the birthplace of the modern shipbuilding industry, in which “Tanaka Shipyard”, the first modern shipyard in the late 19th century, was founded. Since then, it has been widely known for shipbuilding and ship-repairing, so much so that people have said, “There is no ship that cannot be repaired in Daepyeong-dong.” Still, dozens of ship repair yards and nearly 200 small industrial companies and vessel part companies occupy most of the space in the village, embodying the history of the shipbuilding industry.

 

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https://www.britishcouncil.kr/en/uk-korea-2017-18/events/inter-city-arts-project