Korean contemporary architecture exhibition opens
Marking the 30th anniversary of Hungary-Korea relations, the Korean Cultural Center in cooperation with Mokcheon Architecture Archive in Budapest opens an exhibit titled “A Cosmopolitan Look at Korean Contemporary Architecture”, hungary.korean-culture.org reports.
The event will present 30 architectural projects from Korea’s past 30 years.
Each project tells a specific but universal story of the role of architecture in a changing Korean society. For details of the exhibition and to download the catalog of the event, visit the website of the Korean Cultural Center.
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