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Talk To Me doll program promotes kids’ multicultural awareness

Migrant women’s group Talk To Me has launched its annual program to make and give multicultural dolls to kindergartners. Volunteers make the rag dolls, called “Monica” -- a play on the woman’s n...

Updated : 2017.04.18 16:45

Seoul center runs Changdeokgung tour

The Seoul Global Cultural Center is running a free walking tour of Changdeokgung on Friday. The 15th-century palace is famous for its UNESCO-listed garden, which combines naturalistic landscaping wi...

Updated : 2017.04.18 16:45

Seoul center to run trade academy

Seoul Global Center is recruiting applicants for its weeklong Trade Academy next month. The course is designed for foreign residents who wish to set up trading businesses and will cover trade and im...

Updated : 2017.04.04 14:49

Seoul holds job fair for foreign spouses

The Seoul metropolitan government held its Marriage Migrants Employment Exhibition on Friday at City Hall. About 400 job seekers attended. As well as information on employment, the exhibition provid...

Updated : 2017.04.04 14:37

HBC Fest seeks live performers

HBC Fest is roaring back for another event in May and is inviting musicians to apply to perform. Local venues make space for musicians to play at the festival, which is free of charge. It will run ...

Updated : 2017.04.04 14:28

Salon-style open exhibition to open in Seoul

A salon culture-inspired exhibition in Seoul is inviting artists for an uncurated exhibition free-for-all. It is part of a series of guerilla-style exhibitions by art groups Crazy Multiply and Miss ...

Updated : 2017.04.04 14:28

Camarata to remember Sewol with requiem

Camarata Music Company will perform Durufle’s Requiem for its upcoming concert, choosing the modern remembrance piece in recognition of the victims of the Sewol ferry disaster. Conductor Ryan Goess...

Updated : 2017.04.04 14:26

Seoul Police seeks to reassure undocumented residents

Seoul Police have moved to reassure foreign nationals who are in Korea illegally that they can report crimes without being reported to immigration. In a letter from Seoul Metropolitan Police Commiss...

Updated : 2017.04.04 13:46

Migrant groups mark anti-discrimination day

Foreign workers and residents groups marked International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with a rally in central Seoul on Sunday. Gathering in front of the Bosingak Bell near Jonga...

Updated : 2017.03.21 18:57

V-Day Seoul to stage monologues in aid of rape crisis center

The V-Day Seoul 2017 Project will present a bilingual Korean and English reading of “The Vagina Monologues” on Saturday and Sunday in aid of the Korean Sexual Violence Relief Center. The reading i...

Updated : 2017.03.21 18:56

Gwangju center to hold protest song concert

Gwangju International Center will be holding a concert of protest songs Saturday. Soprano Park Su-yeon and baritone Kim Dae-su will be accompanied by pianist Chun Hyeon-joo in performing a mixture o...

Updated : 2017.03.21 18:54

Seoul Shakespeare Company to stage ‘Winter’s Tale’

Seoul Shakespeare Company will perform the tragicomedy “The Winter’s Tale” next month. A story ultimately of reconciliation and forgiveness, the play follows a chain of events that start with a fit ...

Updated : 2017.03.21 18:53

V-Day fundraiser to be held Sunday

The organizers of V-Day Seoul will be holding an early-bird fundraiser ahead of its main show, at the Hidden Cellar in Haebangchon on Sunday. The event will have live performances from acoustic musi...

Updated : 2017.03.18 15:26

IAK St. Patrick’s Day fest invites Seoulites to ‘be Irish for a day’

The Irish Association of Korea will be filling the amphitheater in Seoul’s D-Cube City plaza with Celtic sounds to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 18. It’s an opportunity for Seoulites to he...

Updated : 2017.03.07 18:43

Holi to bring the color back to Korea

With spring about to bring some color back to the Korean landscape, Holi celebrations in Seoul and Busan this year are set to beat nature to it. Two separate groups -- through both are called Indian...

Updated : 2017.03.07 18:43