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An online magazine about Korean culture, food and hallyu based in Toronto, Canada

Calendar of Korean Events in Toronto

Want to know what’s happening? Then you’ve come to the right place. We list all the Korean and Korean-Canadian events in Toronto we hear about here – whether it’s a festival, concert, film, party, book launch, or sports event. If it’s got a Korean connection, then we want you to know about it! Plus we’ll give you all the necessary info we can so you can attend the fun Korean events, including how much it costs (if it’s not free) and where to buy tickets. Check back regularly to stay in the know on Korean events in Toronto. You know we have you covered!



Phantom Detective (탐정 홍길동: 사라진 마을)

  • What: The tale of a a private detective with a 99% success rate.
  • Where: Cineplex Yonge Dundas
  • When: Opens Friday, May 20th **playing now**
  • Why: There’s not a lot of details yet but it sounds interesting.
  • How much: $7-14 depending on the day



The Wailing (곡성)

  • What: A stranger shows up at a village and a mysterious illness starts killing people. A cop and shaman team up to investigate.
  • Where: No details yet both probably one or both of Cineplex Empress Walk or Cineplex Yonge Dundas
  • When: Opens Friday, June 3rd
  • Why: The trailer is super creepy for this thriller.
  • How much: $7-14 depending on the day


Toronto Korean Film Festival (TKFF)

  • What: A film festival devoted to Korean film.
  • Where: Opening Night at Toronto Centre for the Arts (5040 Yonge St), the rest of the festival is at Innis Town Hall (2 Sussex Ave, Toronto)
  • When: Friday, June 17 – Friday, June 24, 2016
  • Why: Great Korean films of course! More details coming soon.
  • How much: Single tickets: $11.73; Festival pass: $78.13


Want your event listed? Please let us know!! Send an email to the editor at about any Korean-related event, concert, film, performance or festival and we’ll add it to the calendar. Invite us to cover your event and we’ll help promote it too! ^^

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