Korean Cultural Center
Housed in a building constructed in 1972 as a collaboration between architects Jacques Wybauw and André Van Meulecom, the Korean Cultural Center is organising the 9th Belgian-Korean Comics Exhibition. The event will showcase five comics, two from Belgium and three from Korea: Living in FranDisco by Thierry Van Hasselt and Marcel Schmitz, Paysage après la bataille (Landscape After the Battle) by Eric Lambé and Philippe de Pierpont, Transparent Man by Daesup Shim, Things I Want to Draw by Gaheezy, and Jaein by Kyutae Lee.
The unique worlds of these artists will be brought to life in various ways, with original strips, models, videos, sketches and more. Visitors will also have a rare chance to see artist Thierry Van Hasselt at work in the artist’s studio set up on site especially for the occasion.
This is a great opportunity to explore two different but interconnected worlds within the comic book universe.
During the visit to the exhibition, various Korean cultural activities will be offered. Information: https://brussels.korean-culture.org/fr
Sat. & Sun., 10:00 to 20:00
Rue de la Régence/Regentschapsstraat 4, Brussels
Advance booking required.
Accessible with assistance