What’s On In Seoul 2023

12 January – 11 February 2023  Choulgue Jung, Later, later, later, GALLERY2, Seoul

12 – 14 January 2023                   Korea Educational Technology & Contents Fair 2023


28 September                         Hanseong Baekje Cultural Festival

29 September                         K-HOSPITAL FAIR Seoul

30 September – 2 October   Korea Blues Camp 2022 : New Era

13 – 25 October                      Seoul International Music Competition 2022

Thu 20 Oct – Sun 23 Oct    Kimchi Festival

21 October                              Nailexpo at Seoul

26 – 29 October                     Seoul International Stationery & Office Fair

27 – 29 October                     International Conference on Advances in Energy Research and Applications

Thu 10 Nov – Sun 13 Nov   Seoul Coffee Festival

13- 15 January 2023             Seoul Office Furniture & Office Fair


Victoria & Albert Museum

London has an amazing collection of Museums for you to enjoy. So if you are a fashionista and love design then the V & A, or Victoria & Albert Museum, is not to be missed.

The good news is that entry to the V & A is free!

The Victoria & Albert Museum

This stunning museum is named after Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert. It is affectionately known as the V & A. Housing a huge array of treasures from all over the world from ancient China to contemmporary Britain. Displays are arranged over 7 floors in charming galleries. Amazingly, the museum has 7 miles of galleries! There are more than 3,000 objects on display in the British Galleries illustrating the best of British art and design since 1500.

Although access to the Victoria & Albert Museum is free,  there is sometimes a charge for special exhibitions.

Advanced booking is required as the museum are operating a Free Timed Entry system.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser

Exploring its origins, adaptations and reinventions over 157 years this immersive and theatrical show charted the evolution of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland from manuscript to a global phenomenon beloved by all ages.

Getting there

The V & A is in Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL. The nearest underground station is South Kensington. Visit the TfL website to plan your route.

Accommodation nearby

If you are coming to London to visit the Museum and wish to stay overnight you might like to consider…..

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    Ashburn Gardens

    Gloucester Road

    Apartments for families visiting London wishing to have all home comforts beyond your own front door! As well as the independence of preparing your own meals, if as and when you choose.

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    Cheval Harrington Court

    Museum District

    Super air-conditioned apartments close to London’s main museums. Available for weekend stays. WiFi included.

  • Studio Gloucester Road

    Gloucester Road

    These apartments are ideal for corporate guests looking for accommodation in the capital.
    Economy apartments with public transport and all amenities nearby.

  • Collingham Kensington


    Beautiful period building overlooking Collingham Gardens.

Click for apartments and hotels near the Victoria & Albert Museum >



London’s major attractions offer something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you are looking for culture, art, history, architecture or entertainment there are dozens of treats in store! The London Underground is a great way to get about the city easily and fast.

Winter Wonderland

During the winter, the Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park is great fun for visitors of all ages. With its thrilling rides it is a great place to take your children. There is a Bavarian village with wooden chalets housing bars serving beer from traditional German steins.

The Museum Quarter

And if you are bringing children, then the three main London museums are great to visit. These are the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum.  Apartments located in the South Kensington are, known as the Museum Quarter are ideal for families as you have lots to do on your doorstep.

Public Transport

London’s public transport system is excellent. Whether you wish to travel by underground, bus or ferry you can get around with ease. The Thames Riverboats are an attraction in themselves. You can embark at Westminster and travel as far as Greenwich in the East. The ferries offer you a unique view of London from a different angle. You can use your Oyster card for these journeys.

Once at Greenwich you can take the cable car across the River for yet another view!

Trafalgar Square is a must see for all visitors to London. The nearest underground station is Charing Cross. it is a lovely place to stroll. Sometimes there is street theatre to watch. Whilst there you can wander in to the National Gallery and see many famous works of art. Across the Square at St Martin in the Fields you can take in a music concert, either in the evening or at lunchtime. Walk through Admiralty Arch will lead you to The Mall. At the end of The Mall you will see Buckingham Palace in all its splendour!

Enjoy London’s major attractions throughout the year…..


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