Clik | Edition 17 | February 2022.


We are delighted to connect with you virtually at the click of a button! We invite you to join us, whenever you are ready, from wherever you are, on myriad creative journeys, where with valued partners in India and in Korea, we explore new pathways and experiences, re-visit the magic of past performances and exciting exhibitions or present those newly imagined from creation to reception and distribution on digital platforms. In this edition, through virtual presentations, we present evocative journeys and sensory experiences that are moored in local culture but travel the world to resonate with audiences worldwide!

We hope, with this e-digest, to stay meaningfully connected with you, to discover and engage with the unique, local characteristics as well as the shared, global dimensions of the dynamic, ongoing intercultural dialogue between India and Korea.

Creative Conversations

The Human Spirit: Propositions on Resilence in these Irregular Times, a virtual Indo-Korean Ceramic and Glass exhibition at Prism

Creative Conversations

Date: Saturday, 5 and 12 February 2022 | Time: 4.00 p.m. IST


Creative Conversations are interactive sessions, presented in association with academic institutions of national importance in Korea and India, complement The Human Spirit: Propositions on Resilience in these Irregular Times, an ongoing Indo-Korean virtual Ceramic and Glass exhibition at Prism, InKo Centre's virtual gallery. These conversations, periodically presented, aim to introduce and connect participating artists with students, fellow-practitioners and viewers.

Join us for the ongoing conversations titled The Human Spirit: Artistic Interpretations on 5 February and 12 February 2022 respectively, at 4.00 p.m. IST, to meet the Korean and Indian artists and our curators who discuss the curatorial, conceptual and making practices that culminated in the exhibition.

Saturday, 5 February 2022 at 4.00 p.m. IST: Interaction with students and faculty of the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad.

Saturday, 12 February 2020 at 4.00 p.m. IST: Interaction with students and faculty of Kala Bhawan, Shanti Niketan, Kolkata.

Online presentations for students and faculty of Hongik University and Ewha University, Korea, are scheduled over the month of February / March 2022.

View also, Creative Reels on Instagram, short films that showcase the artistic process and conceptual preoccupations of the 16 artists featured in the ongoing exhibition. To view the reels, visit

Click on to view this exhibition at Prism - InKo Centre's virtual gallery and to join the Creative Conversation series of complementary events.

The exhibition will be on view until Thursday, 31 March 2022.

Sleeping Beauty

by Second Nature Dance Company, Korea at The Attakkalari India Biennial 2021-22

Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty is presented in association with the Attakkalari India Biennial 2021-22
Sleeping Beauty is
produced by
Second Nature Dance Company
co-produced by
Yangcheon Foundation for Arts and Culture
sponsored by
Seoul Metropolitan Government
Seoul Metropolitan Government
Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture
Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture
Arts Council Korea
Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture

Date: Sunday, 20 February 2022 | Time: 4.00 p.m. IST


Second Nature Dance Company (SNDC)

The name of the company symbolizes the creative efforts of an inner self, which expresses artistic sensitivity when given a space called a stage. It also signifies an endless attempt to express oneself as a dancer and artist.

Second Nature Dance Company was selected as an artistic organization of excellence by Korea Arts Management Service in 2015 for its effective management and operations. In 2018, the Company won the ‘Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Award’ in recognition of its contribution, as one of the leading dance companies, to the development of contemporary dance in Korea.

Choreographer and founder, Kim Sung-han pursued his creation by intending to solve the questions arising from the experiences in life through communicating with the world.

In particular, SNDC rejects uniformity of body skills and ideas that are habitual and continuously challenges life with questions. Choreographers and dancers are reborn as second nature, which is indelibly expressed on stage as beings with distinct forms and feelings while searching for their individuality. The resultant production is that of a philosopher who investigates the meaning of human existence through dance.

Sleeping Beauty is a new interpretation of the fairy tale and showcases the unconventional choreographic methods of Second Nature Dance Company from Korea. The choreographer pursues a rather different communicative approach from his previous works and with Sleeping Beauty he tries to utilise all spaces of the venue and includes the audiences as part of the performance. The audience is invited to specific spaces - they can hear the music and the lights come on at the entrance, back stage and on the main stage. Everywhere the theatre welcomes the audience to join the party!

Sleeping Beauty will be presented online at the Attakkalari India Biennial on Sunday, 20 February at 4.00 pm IST. A panel discussion with the Artistic Director and team of Sleeping Beauty, follows the presentation.

To view the performance and to join the panel discussion thereafter, please click or on Sunday, 20 February 2022 at 4.00 p.m. IST.

The link to the performance will be accessible until, Saturday, 26 February 2022.

Annyeong Station - K-Lounge

Annyeong Station - K-pop

Annyeong Station, is a platform in our infotainment section, for conversation, interaction and exchange. With a focus on Korean popular culture, this online space will include three segments:

K-factor: with freewheeling discussions, fun facts, demos and personalised conversations, with invited guests and K-enthusiasts, on K-pop, food, drama and fashion.

K-lounge: with curated interactions with industry specialists and influencers.

K-learn: which offers specially crafted, short hobby courses to connect through interlocking examples of Hallyu or the Korean Wave, with representative words, phrases and sentences of the Korean language.


Hoon & Min: Korean Dosts!


Date: Thursday, 24 February 2022 | Time: 6.00 p.m. IST


Episode 3 of the K-lounge series on our Annyeong Station platform, promises a sparkling, fun conversation! Puja Talwar, Executive Editor, Lifestyle and Entertainment, Good Times chats with Korean Dosts, Hoon and Min, who provide a refreshingly candid Korean take on all that popular Indian culture has to offer.

The Korean duo, YouTubers, Hoon and Min run a channel called Korean Dosts on which they regularly upload their reaction to Indian content – movie trailers, music videos, food and even cover versions of Bollywood songs. They have a subscriber base of over 1.2 million that has garnered over 224 million views in 2 years and is growing by leaps and bounds with every upload! The duo's authentic, genuine, boyish charms are winning hearts globally and particularly across the Indian sub-continent.

To join this conversation, click on Thursday, 24 February 2022 at 6.00 p.m. IST.