Founded in 2002, the Korea International Art Fair is the biggest art fair in the country and is one of the top art festivals in Asia. It gives art lovers and buyers a chance to interact with local artists who might otherwise be limited to displaying their works on the walls of a gallery. With this year’s spotlight being on Japanese installation artist Chiharu Shiota (also the main artist of the Venice Biennale), big names in the international scene are sure to show up as well. Seoul art lovers already know that Fernando Botero’s work is currently on display at the Hangaram Art Museum and Hyundai Department Store, but you can also check out his work at the Art of the World Gallery, too. Whether you’re coming to buy art or an observer, don’t miss out on art’s biggest even of the season. Coex Hall A&B.