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[Closed] Free Movie Showing on the 28th!

Event date: 2011-07-28

You and your friends are invited to a free showing of the 1974 "어제 내린 비" - "It Rained Yesterday"  The film is about the dramatic lives of three young adults living in Korea during the 1970's and involves a complex love triangle between a couple and their friend.   

The movie will be shown on July 28th at 1pm near the World Cup Stadium. (see link below for directions)

The director of the film will be present at the movie showing because he intends to create a new film based on the real life of the main character in 어제 내린 비.  Part of the new film will include a recording of the people watching 어제 내린 비 on July 28th, so if you come to the movie showing you will be included in the director's new film!  Therefore, for regulatory reasons we need a complete list of the people who will come, so please let us know by email or facebook if you will come, thanks!

Hope to see you all there!!

Link to movie summary (in Korean only) http://movie.naver.com/movie/bi/mi/basic.nhn?code=22093

Directions to the Korean Film Archive building http://koreafilm.org/kofa/visitingus.asp


Holt Seminar

Event date: 2011-07-21

Tomorrow there will be a seminar hosted by Holt for overseas adoptees currently in Korea.  The seminar will include several presentations by guest speakers as well as discussion and Q&A time later.  The event will focus on providing informational resources to adoptees living in Korea, either short-term or long-term, by sharing the experiences of several adoptees who have been successful in living and working in Korea.  

Anyone is invited to attend the seminar, the date is: July 21st from 1:30pm - 5pm on the 2nd floor of the SeoGyo Hotel (near Honkik University).  Please see attached document for detailed directions.

Hope to see you all there!


Jeong-no Summer Camp

Event date: 2011-08-05

InKAS & Jeong-no District will be holding a 3-day culture camp in Seoul during the first week of August.

When: starting time: 1pm Friday August 5th, ending time: 5pm Sunday August 7th. 

Who: Korean college students and adoptees (similar age groups) (20+20 total 40 participants)

There will be about 20 Koreans, 10 adoptees, and 10 foreigners

Purpose: to promote the rich culture of Seoul through group activities and culture exchange

Detail: Jeong-no District has recently developed a new Smart-phone application for tourism. In efforts to promote this new smart-phone application, InKAS and Jeong-no district will hold a 3-day culture camp introducing the historical beauty of Jeong-no.

ex. Kyung-buk Palace, Insadong, Kwang-Hwa Gate, etc.

Fee: None

We will stay overnight Friday and Saturday:

1st Night: “북촌 한옥마을” [Traditional Hanok (Korean House) Experience]

2nd Night: “Fraiser Suite Insadong”


 

InKAS - International Korean Adoptee Service Inc
camp-summer@inkas.org | Phone: +82-2-3148-0258 | Fax: +82-2-3148-0259
(03698) 18-8, Yeonhui-ro 27da-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul