The Jeju People’s Artist Federation will hold its 20th annual event commemorating the April 3rd Massacre from April 1 to May 11. The federation has led Jeju’s progressive art movement since it was established on Feb. 26, 2004.

Programs include:

  • April 1 to 10 at the Jeju April 3rd Peace Park (430 Myeonglim-ro, Jeju City)
    April 3rd Massacre expert photographer Kang Jeong Hyo’s exhibition on Jeju people who fled the island during the massacre.
  • April 2, 5 p.m. around Jeju City Hall
    April 3rd Massacre eve event consisting of street “gut” (Korean traditional shaman ritual) performance and some other activities.
  • April 3, 7 p.m. at the  Jeju Culture and Arts Center (69 Donggwang-ro, Jeju City).
    Ceremony and concert celebrating 20th anniversary of establishing the federation and the event.
    (Jeju singer Yang Jeong Won and actors from the film Jiseul will perform songs from the movie.)
  • April 3 to 7 at the Jeju Culture and Arts Center (69 Donggwang-ro, Jeju City)
    Photo exhibition looking back on the federation’s 20-year mission to reveal the truth of the April 3rd Massacre
  • April 5, 6:30 p.m. at the Jeju Culture and Arts Center (69 Donggwang-ro, Jeju City)
    Talk with writer Kim Kyeong Hoon about the literal art representing the April 3rd Massacre.
  • April 11 to April 24 at the Jeju April 3rd Peace Park (430 Myeonglim-ro, Jeju City)
    Photo exhibition on April 3rd Massacre.
  • April 13, 10 a.m. in Mudeungiwat in Donggwang-ri, Seogwipo City
    Memorial ceremony in Mudeungiwat, one of the villages destroyed during the April 3rd Massacre.
  • April 25 to May 31 at the Jeju April 3rd Peace Park (430 Myeonglim-ro, Jeju City)
    April 3rd Massacre Fine Art Exhibition.
  • May 11, 10 a.m. at Haean village in Nohyeong-dong, Jeju City
    Visiting historical sites of April 3rd Massacre in pictures: Haean village in Nohyeong-dong and other relevant historical sites.