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Ichon Global Village Center holds photo contestBy Paul Kerry
Published : April 7, 2011 - 19:39
Submissions on the theme of “Seoul, Where I’m Living” will be accepted until April 22. The photo should show an interesting experience or aspect of Seoul.
Five winners will receive gift vouchers worth 100,000 won to 500,000 won ($92-$460).
The winning photos and around 30 others will be displayed in a gallery at the Yongsan District Office from May 20 to 27.
Entries should be sent to email@example.com with your name, contact number and an explanation of the subject of the photo. Submissions should be in JPEG format and at least 3000 by 4500 pixels in size. There is a maximum of three entries per person, and entrants must be available for the award ceremony on May 20.
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