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True stories to help migrants

Sid Kim tells his story at the Axis storytellers event at the Berlin Café & Lounge near Itaewon, Seoul in February.(Rob York/The Korea Herald)
Sid Kim tells his story at the Axis storytellers event at the Berlin Café & Lounge near Itaewon, Seoul in February.(Rob York/The Korea Herald)
A Seoul storytelling event is to raise cash to help migrant workers.

The Axis Seoul group is hosting a night true stories, with all proceeds going to support a new program providing medical care for foreign workers here.

The initiative is being run in association with the Soonchunhyang University Hospital International Clinic.

All stories will be told live on the theme of “Outrageous Fortune” at the event being held at Pier 8 bar near Itaewon’s Cheil Building

Previous Axis events have raised cash for a local orphanage, or donated to U.N. Refugee Agency famine relief work in Somalia.

For more information e-mail axisstories@gmail.com.
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