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SEOUL – African photographs by Czech Liba Taylor on an exhibition at KOICA


Selection of photographs of children made on African continent by Czech photographer Liba Taylor in the last decade is now on show at Global Village of Korea International Coopertion Agency. more ►

YONGIN – exhibition on history of Czech-Korean contacts at HUFS


A photographic exhibition covering the history of Czech-Korean contacts since the first Czech-born traveller set foot on Korean soil in the 1880s until today was opened at Yongin campus of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, the only Korean… more ►

SEOUL – most famous Czech animation character Krtek arrived to Korea


An exhibition on the most famous Czech animation character – Krtek, or Little Mole – by Zdeněk Miler is on show at National Library of Children and Young Adults in Seoul. Two dozens large size illustrations from the most famous Miler´s books and… more ►

PRAGUE – official statement on attack at Yeonpyeong Island

On November 24, 2010, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic has issued a following statement on attack at Yeonpyeong Island which happened the previous day. more ►

SEOUL – Czech becomes a winner of Korea Times´ economic essay contest


Czech student of economics Ivana Tománková was announced the winner of the Sixth English Economic Essay Contest organized by the The Korea Times and sponsored by Woori Bank. more ►

BUSAN – two Czech choirs at an international competition


Famous Czech children choir Severáček and a vocal ensemble Gentlemen Singers represent the high quality Czech music at an international choral competition at Busan from Nov. 10-13, 2010. more ►

SEOUL – Czech film competing at short film festival


Short film Did Michael Knight End the Cold War? by young Czech director Štěpán Altrichter became part of the official selection of international competition at the 8th Asiana International Short Film Festival held in Seoul Nov. 4-9, 2010. more ►

SEOUL – „Fantastic, Czech!“ section at family film festival


Only a mere two weeks after the closing of the Pusan International Film Festival with its „Czech Film Now: Cinema of Liberalism“ section, another film festival in the Republic of Korea – 4th Seoul International Family Film Festival - presents a… more ►

PAJU – Čapek´s novel War with the Newts now in Korean


Acclaimed Korean publishing house Open Books based in Paju „book-city“ close to Seoul, has recently published its first book by a Czech writer – War with the Newts by Karel Čapek, the most famous Czech writer of the pre-Kundera period. After… more ►

BUSAN – special Czech film section at Pusan International Film Festival


The 15th Pusan International Film Festival, Asia’s biggest and most influential film festival held in Busan, Korea’s second biggest city, hosted a special section of contemporary Czech cinema comprising of some of the best recent releases from… more ►