UK/Korea 2017–18 is programmed in association with a host of partners:

Korean Cultural Centre

The role of the Korean Cultural Centre in London is to enhance friendship, amity and understanding between Korea and the UK through cultural and educational activities.

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Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) is the Korean government agency responsible for the areas of culture, art, sports, tourism, religion, media and promotional advertising.


Platform-L is an art center where the public may engage with art experiences developed by diverse contemporary artists

Seoul Design Foundation

Seoul Design Foundation envisions change and innovation through design. It aims to resolve, through design, various issues the city faces, and carries out a variety of projects to promote Seoul’s design industry with its monumental multipurpose complex DDP (Dongdaemun Design Plaza).

Seoul Pride Film Festival

Seoul Pride Film Festival provides opportunities to raise awareness and recognise the rights of the LGBTQ community in South Korea by helping to produce LGBTQ films and making them available to be seen by the general public.

Tongyeong International Music Festival

Tongyeong International Music Festival (TIMF) has been established in 2002 as one of the most promising festivals in Asia. At the birthplace of Isang Yun, TIMF aims to be a musical and artistic highlight of the highest calibre, paying hommage to Yun and presenting world class artists, but also fostering young talent, especially young composers and musicians from Asia. 

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Wales Arts International

Wales Arts International facilitates international work in the arts through collaborations, projects, networks and communication.