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GIC runs daytime ‘homestay’ cultural exchangeBy Korea Herald
Published : Nov. 11, 2015 - 18:38
Participants are paired up with a Korean family for lunch and other activities arranged by the household.
The program, which is free and sponsored by the Gwangju Metropolitan Government, runs on Nov. 28.
Those who wish to take part should sign up via gic.or.kr. For more information, call Kim Min-jae at (062) 226-2732.
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