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Hockey players frozen out of cheaper rink fees

Hockey players in Jeonju, North Jeolla Province, have been frustrated by what they see as unfair fees for using the city’s ice rink, although a recent decision by the Korea Ice Hockey Association mig...

Updated : 2016.09.01 17:39

Youth soccer group lets kids take initiative

Expat-run youth soccer development organization International Football Education is launching a new student-led weekend training program for kids aged 6-13 from this Sunday. The program will organiz...

Updated : 2016.08.31 19:07

KOTESOL gears up for international English teaching conference

English education association KOTESOL has opened registration for its 24th international conference this year, focusing on “Shaping the Future with 21st Century Skills.” The two-day Korea TESOL In...

Updated : 2016.08.09 17:22

Applications open for October TOPIK exam

Applications opened Monday for those wanting to take the Test of Proficiency in Korean on Oct. 16. Test-takers can choose to sit for the lower-level TOPIK I in the morning or the higher level TOPIK ...

Updated : 2016.08.09 17:21

Seoul Players auditioning for actors for 10 minute play fest

Seoul Players will hold auditions on Aug. 27-28 for its sixth 10-Minute Play Festival and Competition. The festival runs across two weekends each fall and features 15 scripts from Korea and overseas...

Updated : 2016.08.09 17:21

Seoul book club hosts panel with three illustrators

Seoul Book and Culture Club will be hosting a panel session with three up-and-coming illustrators on Saturday. The group will be joined by Salgoo, Aeppol and Tokki -- three popular Naver Grafolio il...

Updated : 2016.08.09 17:19

Punk stalwarts return from U.S. tour with new record

Fresh from a tour of the U.S., Seoul-based melodic punk band ... Whatever That Means is gearing up for the Korean launch of its new record. The split 7-inch “Blowing Minds and Melting Faces” was r...

Updated : 2016.08.09 14:52

Part Time Cooks heat up the Korean hip-hop scene

Part Time Cooks might not be a household name, but the hip-hop duo are making their mark on the Korean hip-hop scene with the release of their first studio album, “7:30,” and a tour of Japan to sta...

Updated : 2016.07.26 17:22

Brazilian culture center runs photography exhibition in Seoul

The Brasil Cultural Center in Korea will be holding a photography exhibition in Seoul to mark the upcoming Rio Olympics. About 60 photographic works will be on show, chosen through a contest run by ...

Updated : 2016.07.26 17:20

Thai teen artists visit Seoul for art project

Eight teenage artists from Thailand will be exhibiting their work in Seoul Wednesday as part of a two week project. Creative Matters, an art academy in Bangkok, teamed up with Jankura Artspace in Se...

Updated : 2016.07.26 17:19

Multinational choir seeks singers for ‘Pops’ concert

Camarata Chorale, a multinational choir of amateur singers, is looking for new members in time for its “Pops” concert in September. The concert will involve songs from a wide range of modern backgro...

Updated : 2016.07.26 17:19

North Korean refugees to share their stories at joint panel event

North Korean refugees will share their stories at a panel event with scholars, activists and volunteers. The mini-conference, hosted by Teach North Korean Refugees and Seoul University of Foreign St...

Updated : 2016.07.26 17:19

WinK to host lawyers Q&A for expats

South Korean attorneys will offer their pro-bono services at a question and answer session in Seoul on Saturday. The lawyers will meet with up to 12 attendees for two hours to answer questions about...

Updated : 2016.07.21 12:36

Couple seeks to end bear bile trade in Korea, build sanctuaries

When Gina Moon witnessed Korea’s bear bile farming practices, she was left with a troubling question: “How could we do this to our mother?” She was reminded of the myth here about Tangun -- the l...

Updated : 2016.07.12 18:55

Expat artists team up to extend murals around Mi Cook Oppa

Expat artists will descend on a street in Itaewon to add some color to the concrete. Lawrence Blackman of art group Look But Don’t Touch, said he met James Beckwith, the owner of Mi Cook Oppa in It...

Updated : 2016.07.12 18:46