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SSFL offers chance to play soccer at all levels

This is a series introducing associations and clubs for expats. This week, Expat Living spoke to SSFL chair Daniel Behrendt ― Ed. ― Name of Club: Seoul Sunday Football League ― Location(s): Thro...

Updated : 2011.01.16 18:24

O’ngo teaches classic Korean cuisine

O’ngo teaches classic Korean cuisine O’ngo Culinary School is offering cooking classes for Korean cuisine on Saturdays in January and February. Classes cover Korean classics such as “Bibimbap,” “Ja...

Updated : 2011.01.13 18:41

Supercolorsuper rings changes in music scene

Concert promoter seeks to make gig-going cheaper, add style to Korean indie shows Expats often complain about the lack of bands that tour Korea, but one Californian has stepped up to change that. T...

Updated : 2011.01.12 10:48

Free Korean classes, sign up now

Free Korean classes, sign up now The Yongsan District Office will be offering Korean language classes, with signup underway for an absolute beginner class that will begin on Feb. 8 and run for 10 we...

Updated : 2011.01.11 20:01

Volunteer at St. Mary’s Hospital

Volunteer at St. Mary’s Hospital Volunteers with Yeoksam Global Village Center are planning a visit to sick children in southern Seoul on Jan. 15. The volunteer group will visit St. Mary’s Hospital...

Updated : 2011.01.11 20:01

Yeoksam GVC offers tteokguk cookery class

Yeoksam GVC offers tteokguk cookery class If you want the traditional bowl of tteok soup on New Year’s Day but don’t know how to make it, Yeoksam Global Village Center offers a chance to learn how a...

Updated : 2011.01.11 20:01

Polar bear swim on Saturday

A polar bear swim to raise money for the Asian Community School in Busan will take place Saturday at Haeundae Beach from 2-5 p.m. Participants should meet at the Wolfhound Irish Pub in Haeundae. The...

Updated : 2011.01.11 17:44

Concert for Haiti Saturday

A benefit concert for Haiti will take place Saturday night at Club Spot across from Hongdae Park in Seoul. Taking place from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., One Hundred for Haiti Seoul will feature performances b...

Updated : 2011.01.11 17:44

Contractors vow fight for control of Ansan Foreign Workers Center

The 24 migrant workers evicted last week from a shelter at the Ansan Foreign Workers’ Center (AFC) have all been re-housed, but the center’s operators are vowing to fight the closure, claiming it w...

Updated : 2011.01.11 10:27

Want a different type of expat mag? Just say ‘Neh’

Just a couple of nights before Halloween in Bucheon, expatriates and Koreans, both in costume and out, start to stream into the Pub in the Park in Bucheon. Nearly all of them are there for the relea...

Updated : 2011.01.04 18:32

Basic KLPT test applications close Friday

Applications for the Basic Korean Language Proficiency Test on Jan. 30 will close Friday. The Basic KLPT is designed for beginner Korean-language learners who have taken between 150 and 200 hours of...

Updated : 2011.01.04 17:32

Club of the week

Name: AFEK (The Association for F-Class Expatriates within Korea) Location(s): Nationwide Number of members: 453, growing daily Started: 2009 This is a series introducing associations and clubs f...

Updated : 2011.01.04 17:29

Dying for health care: Refugees, illegal workers face few options

Following is a weekly series that will explore healthcare issues for foreigners in Korea. - Ed. Andy, a refugee, fled to Korea in 2002, running from an oppressive regime, in the hopes of finding norm...

Updated : 1970.01.01 09:00
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