brits talk korea 07
Friday 24 July 2015 -
19:00 to 20:00
Gwanghwamun Centre

The British Council Korea presents Brits Talk Korea, a series of presentation by British authors, journalists and public figures who live in Korea or visit Korea for a special occasion.  

The seventh presenter is Nick Danziger who is an award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker and he is visiting Seoul to participate in a series of events in connection with the ’NK Project’ at SeMA, which includes his ‘Above the Line’ exhibit, a collection of photographs documenting everyday life in North Korea. 

We are delighted to welcome Nick to the British Council Korea to deliver a 30-45 minute talk on his experiences in North Korea and beyond. There will be the opportunity to talk to Nick through a question and answer session following the talk. 

Brits Talk Korea 07 - An Evening with Nick Danziger

  • Time / Date: 19:00, 24 July 2015
  • Venue: Gwanghwamun Centre of the British Council Korea
  • Presenter: Nick Danziger, a photographer and documentary filmmaker
  • Theme: His experiences in North Korea and his life as a documentary photographer 
  • Admission fee: free
  • Registration: online reservation

Nick Danziger 

Nick Danziger is an award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker. He has worked in regions as diverse as Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Colombia, the Balkans, Israel and the Palestinian Territories, his work often focusing on young people with difficult lives. 

He has also undertaken many diverse projects such as his 30-day study of Tony Blair during the Iraq War, a picture from which won a prestigious World Press Photo Award in 2004. In 2007, he was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal Photographic Society and holds Royal Geographical Society’s Ness Award which recognises the raising of public understanding of contemporary social, political and environmental issues through documentary films and photography.


The British Council presents 'Brits Talk Korea', a new series of presentations by British authors, journalists and public figures who live in Korea. You are invited to attend a talk at our centre in Gwanghwamun by speakers who will share their unique insight into their special topic.