Since 2010, Art & Seoul has brought the most unique coverage of the bourgeoning art scene in Seoul. The blog started as a public-facing diary of sorts, as proof that something fresh was happening in Seoul. When we came on the scene, we were the only ones covering art gallery openings and underground dance parties. Since then, other magazines have sprung up and gone away. All the while Art & Seoul maintained a sui generis voice that appealed to a growing audience of people in love with Korean culture. However, I’m no longer in Seoul and it’s time for the blog to come to an end. Although this blog will no longer be updated, I will keep it up for archive purposes.
To our readers: thank you.
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