Squid Game Celebrates Korean Popular Culture With New Exhibition

From bright pink guard costumes in the hit Netflix series Squid Game (2021) to a large statue of rapper G-Dragon. London’s V&A Museum of South Korean popular culture and more, starting this week. Celebrating global prominence in a new exhibition.

Korean wave k-pop costume k-drama props

Among the items appearing recently! The Korean wave K-pop costume, along with K-drama props, is a replica of a bathroom set in the Oscar-winning film Parasite 2019. The exhibition divided into different sections including K-pop and its fans, television drama and cinema, fashion and beauty.

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Curator Rosalie Kim said in a preview on Wednesday?

“This exhibition is truly celebrating the vibrant and colorful popular culture of South Korea. From its inception to its place on the global stage,” curator Rosalie Kim said in a preview on Wednesday. It refers to this meteoric rise of popular culture in South Korea. Which has taken the world by storm in the last few decades.

Greeting Visitors Pink Jacket Singer Sai

Greeting visitors is the pink jacket singer Psy wore in the music video for her 2012 mega-hit Gangnam Style. Other outfits on display include ensembles by singer G-Dragon and K-pop groups Atiz and Vespa, as well as colorful designer creations. In the world of television, there are historical dramas as well as recognizable pink boiler suits and green tracksuits from squid games.

poster record cover and k-pop fan banner

The Parasite bathroom replica set from the basement flat of the protagonist Kim family has recreated for the first time. The museum is working closely with the film’s production designer Lee Ha-Joon. Other items on display include photographs, posters, record covers, and K-pop fan banners. Visitors can also take part in an interactive K-pop dance challenge.

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