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Jankura Artspace is Seoul's first foreign owned and operated artist share studio and art class space for adults with the expat community in mind. Classes and workshops are all taught in English by experienced artists. If you're interested in art...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
3, Usadan-ro, Yongsan-gu | 4f, Seoul 04406, South Korea
I loved visiting Jankura weekly to do figure drawings on Saturdays. The creative energy was really inspiring for me as a novice student of art. The classes that are offered for different skills and mediums are also really fun. One of my favorites was visiting...More
I’ve attended many events at Jankura, and enjoyed every one of them. Theme nights are diverse, giving the opportunity to draw models (male and female) in different contexts, in addition to providing more traditional life drawing sessions on a weekly basis. Jankura also hosts a...More
Have you ever wanted to try some drawing? Or you just want to draw or get tips to get your lines better?
I have been regularly going to Jankura Art Space since living in Seoul and I can recommend this place to anyone interested in...More
I’m a ceramics major, but had always wanted to try my hand at stain glass.
Jankura Artspace gave me the small class size I needed to feel comfortable trying new things.
Everyone helping was professional and very nice. Not only were the knowledgable in their...More
I rented a space in this studio for about a year. It well priced and in a really accessible location. Being able to have the influence of other artists around me was super, everyone was friendly and supportive. I took several of the classes that...More
Jankura is truly a great place to learn and grow as an artist. It is a place that the expert and the novice are welcome. It's safe to say that I have never drawn in my life before going to Jankura. I was intimidated to...More
Whether you are novice or advanced artist, this studio is welcoming and offers a variety of classes and many mediums for all age levels. The lessons are in English but non English speakers are welcome too.
They offer many things from private drawing sessions, silkscreening...More
I've taken several classes at Jankura, and it is run in a laidback, relaxed manner. The owner / operator is knowledgeable and talented and readily shares information. Classes are not expensive, and the studio teams with other people in the local art community to teach...More
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Mike S, Owner at Jankura Artspace, responded to this reviewResponded 29 December 2016
Wow Thanks Pam! I juts happened across this listing today.
See you back at the studio soon. Happy Holidays!
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Neighboring the immense Yongsan American Garrison, Itaewon was once shunned by locals as a seedy, red light district. But within the past few years, Itaewon and its surrounding neighborhoods such as Kyunglidan and Haebangchong have undergone a major revival to quickly become one of Seoul’s hottest areas. Here, trendy international restaurants dot the area alongside hip lounge bars and some of Seoul’s hottest
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