The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines launched a new ceramics exhibit entitled “Living Ceramics: The Modern Touch of Korean Heritage” last July 13. This was just in time for its first year anniversary.
Among the guest of honors were the Minister and Consul General of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Min Kyong-Ho; the President of the Korea Ceramic Foundation, Song Young-Kun; and the Chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Felipe de Leon, Jr.
This is definitely something that is quite interesting because it showcases a wide usage of ceramics in Korean culture – from pottery and everyday life to fashion and arts. The said exhibit will run until Oct. 13 and is open to everyone interested in learning more about Korean culture. Just bring a valid identification card when you visit the center.
Thanks to the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines for the photo.