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Group to host healthy-living eventBy Kirsty Taylor
Published : June 22, 2011 - 19:00
Ssam is a Korean dish where rice and condiments are wrapped in lettuce, cabbage, sesame leaves, or other greens.
The greens are organically grown by members of Environment Justice. The non-profit organization is holding the event on Monday, July 4 in Seoul’s Mapo-gu area. The event ― to be held on the second floor of Seongsan 1 dong 249-10 from 7p.m.- 9p.m. ― will also give attendees the chance to discuss environmental issues.
The event is free for members of the organization and costs 5,000 won for non-members. Those interested in attending this or other monthly Environment Justice events should contact Yang Seon-Hye on 02-743-4747 or email@example.com and wire 5,000 won to Shinhan Bank 140-002-631767.
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