Made in North Korea:
Graphics from Everyday
Life in the DPRK

Koryo Tours co-curated 'Made in North Korea' arrives to South Korea

The Koryo Tours co-curated exhibition 'Made in North Korea: Graphics from Everyday Life in the DPRK' (메이드인조선) is now on in Seoul at the Hongik University Daehangno Arts Center.

'Made in North Korea' displays everyday graphics of consumer products, posters, and ephemera from the collection of Koryo Tours' founder Nicholas Bonner. The exhibition was originally held in London at the House of Illustrations and based on a recent book, also titled Made in North Korea (Phaidon Press, 2018), written by Bonner.

The exhibit will continue until 7 April 2019 (that's the same date as the Pyongyang Marathon!) and is open every day except Mondays from 10:00 to 18:00.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults (ages 19+) : 13,000 won
Youth (ages 13-18) : 10,000 won
Children (ages 5-12) : 8,000 won

See Naver Maps for directions to the exhibit (in Korean).

See below for a news segment from Arirang News on the exhibition.

Contact Koryo Tours to learn more about cultural projects in North Korea in the arts, film, sports, travel, and more!

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