South Korean Exhibition in Budapest

Now that I am on Easter break, I have some extra time and I wanted to spend it wisely. So I asked my good friend Google for some advice. After some research he found this exhibition "South Korea - Asia's Hidden Gems" at the Korean Arts Center in Budapest, located near the Shopping Mall Mom Park. Since I'm very fascinated in Asian cultures I had to check out this photo gallery. As a plus for culture freaks like me, I have good news: the entry is free! But it only lasts until the end of April, thus don't hesitate too long and hurry up!











I love the far east culture! I think I'm going go to move there one day, it's so fascinating, beautiful and inspiring. Something about this culture really gets me and I always find myself drawn to it. The gallery is not too big, but the displayed things are truly amazing. You can marvel at touching photographs of the daily life in South Korea, traditional gowns and ancient statues and boxes. It is genuinely worth to stop by. What do you think of the Asian culture? 

37 comments:

  1. Lovely! Thank you for sharing this to us. Hope you have an awesome Wednesday!

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  2. This exhibit just looks amazing. Thanks for posting this. I loved it.

    Kay of Pure & Complex
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    1. It is, I'm glad you liked it! xo

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  3. these are such pretty photos, love the designs :) x x

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    1. Thank you sweetie <3 I know, me too!

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  4. What a wonderful exhibit! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. Sounds like a great way to spend some extra time! Great post!

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    1. Yes, it fills me with so much motivation and energy, but also relaxes me :D Thank you dear! x

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  6. An interesting exhibition! I've been to Korea once but would love to visit again! Would be great if you had the chance to move there.

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    1. Really? Luck you! Where did you go? I would love to someday, do you have recommendations? xo

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  7. Nice!!!!

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  8. The culture is so fascinating! Lovely photos :)

    Rebecca Coco

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    1. I agree, I love it! Thank you! :*

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  9. Really a great place!
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  10. This looks like a really fascinating exhibit. You're so lucky to get to see it in person. Thanks for sharing!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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    1. Yes, I'm very thankful! I love admiring ancient foreign art!

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  11. love your blog babe <3

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  12. I'm not a really expert to oriental culture....I'm sorry. But I think this post is really beautiful! Have a nice day, kisses (and thank you for your visit),
    Eni

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    1. I'm not either, but I love to explore and expand my view! Thank you though!
      You too and thanks for stopping by, my dear xo

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  13. Great exhibit! I used to live in South Korea, so it definitely brought back great memories.

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    1. Wow, that's amazing! How come? Did you manage to pick up the language? :) xo

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  14. that national costume/outfit always fascinated me! wow! :D

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    1. It's so pretty! I was fantasizing me in it, haha :D You too! x

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  15. Wow what a coincidence! My family's south Korean :) this looks like fun and so cool that something like this is in Budapest! xx

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    1. Indeed, what a coincidence! Love your culture, do you go visit your family often?
      What places could you recommend? I'm planning on traveling there ;)

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  16. Wow, such an interesting post! I would be there too, I am so fashinated about it! Thank you for sharing :)
    xx Elisa
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    1. Thank you love <3 You should stop by!

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  17. Beautiful photos! I've never been to South Korea, but would love to visit one day. I love Korean food though ❤
    munchies&musings

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    1. Same here! I have a whole list of places I want to to visit, and Korea is on the top 5!
      Thanks dear <3

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  18. Looks like an interesting exhibition. Beautiful culture :)
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  19. What a wonderful way to spend your afternoon. I love visiting Asia, and my favorite photos are the ones I took while in southeast asia. So I'd be allll over that street photography. From the glimpses that you shared with us, it looks amazing.

    xo marlen
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