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Applications open for April TOPIK

Applications have opened for the Test of Proficiency in Korean, to take place on April 16. Test takers can choose to sit for the lower-level TOPIK I in the morning or the higher level TOPIK II in th...

Updated : 2017.02.08 09:55

National Gugak Center offers traditional music classes

The National Gugak Center is offering traditional music classes for expats at its headquarters in Southern Seoul. Classes are available for the gayageum, a 12-stringed zither, janggu, an hourglass-s...

Updated : 2017.02.08 09:54

Itaewon center to host labor law seminar for E-2, E-7 holders

The Itaewon Global Village Center will be hosting a labor law seminar for people on teaching and miscellaneous professional visas on Friday. Song Jae-ho, a certified public labor attorney at YIO Lab...

Updated : 2017.02.08 09:54

Seoul Book Club to host Q&A with Jo Jung-rae

Seoul Book Club is hosting an event with Jo Jung-rae, one of Korea’s top-selling writers, on Saturday. Jo is one of Korea’s best-known living writers, having sold 16 million books. His 1970s shor...

Updated : 2017.01.03 17:13

Estonians I Wear* Experiment to play in Seoul, Busan

Just months after their first visit, Estonian electro trio I Wear* Experiment is returning to Seoul for shows in Seoul and Busan this weekend. The group is set to release its debut album, “Patience...

Updated : 2017.01.03 16:56

RASKB hosts talk on Korean War, visit to ‘comfort women’ residence

The Royal Asiatic Society will host a talk Tuesday on the Korean War, its outcome and legacy. Titled “The Korean War: Who Won? Who Lost? Who Cares?” the talk will be given by Andrew Salmon, a local ...

Updated : 2017.01.03 16:54

Yeoksam Global Village Center offers free tax advice

Yeoksam Global Village Center will offer free advice sessions on Jan. 17 for expats with tax issues. It is a key month for tax affairs as individual income tax returns are drawn up at the beginning ...

Updated : 2017.01.03 16:54

Jeju Furey answers letters to Santa at orphanages

Jeju Island expats are collaborating to ensure that Santa pays a midnight visit to disadvantaged children this Christmas, in a gift drive covering all of the island’s orphanages. Jeju Furey will be...

Updated : 2016.12.19 11:49

Winter camp to help teens get serious about soccer

Expat soccer school International Football Education will be holding a weeklong children's soccer camp in Seoul next month, with tips on taking the sport further for the older players. There will be...

Updated : 2016.12.19 11:49

Daejeon Writing Group to launch first anthology

Daejeon Writing Group will release its first anthology Saturday, with a book launch event that will also raise money for a local animal welfare charity. The group will introduce work from the book, ...

Updated : 2016.12.16 17:10

Daejeon Arts Collective to host group show

Daejeon Arts Collective will be hosting its 10th group show this week, titled “X.” The exhibition will include painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, screen printing, and multimedia pieces. M...

Updated : 2016.12.07 12:01

Expats run gift drive for local orphanages

Expats in Gwangju are running a gift donation drive to brighten up Christmas for children at local orphanages. The “Adopt-a-Child for Christmas” campaign is now in its seventh year, and the commun...

Updated : 2016.12.06 18:37

Gwangju center bids ‘Adios’ to 2016

wangju International Center will be holding its annual end of year celebration on Dec. 17. The “Adios 2016” event is an afternoon to look back on the centers activities over the year. The center wi...

Updated : 2016.12.06 18:34

Camarata to sing ‘Messiah’ Christmas concert

Camarata Music Company Chorale and Orchestra performs “Messiah” at Chungdong First Methodist Church, Seoul, on Dec. 12, 2015. Camarata Music Company Chorale and Orchestra will be performing its an...

Updated : 2016.12.06 18:34

GPP goes big with ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

The Gwangju Performance Project is set to put on Howard Ashman's “Little Shop of Horrors” this weekend. The show is the GPP’s most ambitious project yet, bringing together a live band and the GPP...

Updated : 2016.12.06 17:09