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New Immersive Exhibition Coming To Dubai!
Updated on 14 November 2022

Get ready for a unique immersive content exhibition titled 'Korea: Cubically Imagined'.

The exhibition will run from 16 to 30 November and will be held at the Art Centre at the Mall of the Emirates.

Set to highlight Korean culture, from traditions, K-pop, society and K-films, over 20 different types of content will be displayed.

Enjoy watching portions of the K-pop boyband, BTS Permission to Dance On Stage during their Las Vegas show, with three-sided screens, stereoscopic sound and lighting.

The award-winning Korean film 'Parasite' will be re-actualised for movie lovers to experience it in VR.

The exhibition will run during the week from Monday to Friday from 2pm to 10pm and from 10am to 10pm over the weekend.

For more information, visit the Cubically Imagined website or the Korean Cultural Center website.

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