Every Wednesday from 12.10pm to 12.50pm until June 28th, you might want to take a lunch stroll to the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History (especially for those of you who work near Gwanghwamun). On the outside stage of the museum, musical performances of a wide genre will take place. From A cappella to folk bands and jazz to pop-opera, it will be the perfect opportunity to bring out a sandwich, sit on the beautiful gardens under the spring sun, and watch some artistic performances.
Missed some of the music festivals in April? Don't worry, we've got Beautiful Mint Life coming up in May. 10 bands including The ADE, MeloMance, Sam Kim and Urban Zakapa will go up on stage on the 13th, while the second day will present some of the biggest names in Korean indie including Monni, Broccoli, you too, Rooftop Moonlight and Rooftop Moonlight.
Without a doubt, Jeon In-kwon has long been offering comfort to their many generations of fans with his emotionally-charged melodies (on stage and at the recent protests). At his concert coming up in May, you will be able to hear Jeon's intensely uplifting and sentimental tracks like This Wonderful Scenery and That Is My World and From Now On Again, along with the timeless classics from his Deulgukhwa years.