Seoul's Itaewon-Hannam Global Village Center was established to help foreigners living in Seoul with any difficulties they may face and to facilitate cultural understanding between foreigners and Koreans. This month, they will be holding a Living in Seoul Orientation for anyone interested in learning more about the city and some tips for living there. Though this is not an ATEK function, it may be beneficial to our members living in the area. Below is a description of the event from the Global Village Center, as well as information on how to RSVP.
On Friday February 25th at 10:30am the Itaewon-Hannam Global Village Center in Seoul will be having a Living in Seoul Orientation Session. At this session you will be able to learn about the services and opportunities that are out there for foreigners living in this city. Seoul is an exciting place with lots of great things to see and do. Whether you are new to Seoul or even if you have lived here for years, you will be able to get some useful tips and learn more about what Seoul has to offer.
The session will consist of an informative presentation, a Q&A session, and finally refreshments and a chance to mingle with the other guests at the end. All those who attend will also receive a package of brochures, maps, and guides that will help make your life in Seoul a lot easier and more enjoyable. This event is free of charge and anyone is welcome to attend.
Please RSVP by phone or email:
Email: itaewon at sba.seoul.kr
For more information and to find directions to the center please visit the website:
Thursday, 17 February 2011
Itaewon Hannam Seoul Global Center Living in Korea Info Session
Just got this e-mail from ATEK, and thought I'd share it with you: