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To celebrate 100 years of Korean comics (or manhwa) the Korean Cultural Centre in London is running an exhibition of Korean sequential art through the ages. Taking place from the 21st of May to the 24th of June this promises to be a fascinating exploration of the evolution of manhwa through the ages, from the original political cartoons through to the modern incarnation involving digital media, with each era reflecting the nation’s turbulent social history. The ongoing event also involves screenings of some excellent animated films, as well as opportunities to meet celebrated Korean manhwa artist Chul-Ho Park.
For more information click on the images below, or visit the Korean Cultural Centre’s homepage.
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