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Art studio to run Halloween slasher drawing session

Jankura Artspace will run a special early Halloween art session Friday.“Drawing Blood” will be a live drawing event based on the theme of a classic slasher movie. The event follows previous Halloween sessions at Jankura, a Zombie sketch night and the “DrawRing,” based on an Asian ghost...

Updated : 2014.10.21 20:44

Gwangju expats’ center offers Korean classes

Gwangju International Center will offer a new semester of Korean classes from Nov. 4.The seven-week courses range from beginner to advanced and take place on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, Wednesday and Friday evenings or on Saturdays. The courses cost 90,000 won for Saturday classes and 1...

Updated : 2014.10.21 20:44

Seoul players to mark Halloween with ‘Rocky Horror’ shadow cast

Seoul Players will be running its annual shadow cast production of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” for two nights this Halloween.The production is a screening of the movie musical, with a live cast ...

Updated : 2014.10.21 20:44

Indians in Korea kick off Diwali festivities

Indians in Korea kicked off Diwali celebrations Sunday with 450 people and hosted by Bollywood celebrity Dev Anand Jr.IIK vice president Rohidas Arote explained that the actor was the first Bollywood ...

Updated : 2014.10.21 20:43

Korea-Central Asia Youth Forum to run in Nov.

The Asia Exchange Foundation will be hosting the Korea-Central Asia Youth Forum in Goseong, South Gyeongsang Province, from Nov. 2-8.The forum, sponsored by the Korea Foundation, will discuss a multidimensional approach for Korea-Central Asia cooperation in areas including culture, the eco...

Updated : 2014.10.21 20:41

Daejeon to run charity bazaar to mark Together Day

Daejeon International Center will celebrate its Together Day Festival with the Daejeon International Charity Bazaar on Saturday.The festival, in its sixth year, will host booths selling second-hand items for charity, an international food court, and produce brought directly from local farm...

Updated : 2014.10.21 20:41

Royal Asiatic Society offers Gangwon Province excursions

The Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch is running two overnight excursions to Gangwon Province destinations in the coming weeks.A trip to Mount Seoraksan will run from Oct. 25-26. The tour will leave at 8 a.m. and begin with some afternoon hiking to Biryong ― or “Flying Dragon” ― water...

Updated : 2014.10.17 20:40

Gwangju to celebrate multicultural community with GIC Day

The Gwangju International Center will celebrate its 20th annual Gwangju International Community Day in front of the Asian Culture Complex in the city’s downtown area Sunday.The annual day run by the ...

Updated : 2014.10.14 21:21

Saemaul training offered to foreign students

A Korean NGO is inviting students from developing countries to attend a free training session to study Korea’s economic development.Saemaul Undong Central Training Institute, run as a member NGO of the United Nations Development Program to spread information about the development strategy...

Updated : 2014.10.14 21:20

Indian Ball arrives in time for Diwali

The Indian Chamber of Commerce in the Republic of Korea is hosting the 2014 Indian Ball in Seoul on Oct. 25.This is the first time the ICCK has hosted the ball, which has been run by different groups ...

Updated : 2014.10.14 21:20

Haebangchon readies for fall festival

The HBC Fall Festival returns to the Haebangchon and Gyeongnidan areas of Seoul this weekend with more than 100 live acts.But the busiest of them will likely be returning expat comedian Brian Aylward, who is trying to perform at all of the festival’s 21 venues.The festival has been run ea...

Updated : 2014.10.14 21:18

Tour to look around colonial Gunsan

The Royal Asiatic Society is running a tour to Gunsan, North Jeolla Province, to explore its development as a port during the Japanese colonial period. The once small fishing settlement grew as it became a main outlet for rice from the Jeolla provinces and Japanese settlers arrived to the ...

Updated : 2014.10.14 21:18

Busan Global Gathering to run Saturday

Busan will host its annual Global Gathering multicultural festival at Busan Citizens Park on Saturday.The annual festival, which was originally slated for May but delayed after the Sewol ferry disaster, will feature performances, cultural shows and booths representing 28 countries.The perf...

Updated : 2014.10.14 21:18

Seoulites invited to show off Celtic moves

Over the years people have become familiar with its St. Patrick’s Day festivities, but this month the Irish Association of Korea is going to add a little Scottish flavor with the “The Ceilidh.” In ...

Updated : 2014.10.07 20:43

Bra auction to give cancer charity a lift

Brassieres are usually expected to provide support, but the uniquely decorated bras at two uplifting events will boost more than just cleavage.The Bras for a Cause events to auction off novelty bras a...

Updated : 2014.10.07 20:42