SIWA- Diplomatic Community Bazaar, Mon 18 Nov 2019, Jung-gu, Seoul
DATE: Monday 18 November 2019
TIME: 10AM - 2PM
COST: Entrance fee W5,000 (cash only) per person
VENUE: Lotte Hotel (Downtown, Sogong-Dong), 2F Crystal Ballroom, 180-6, Myeong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul
DESCRIPTION: The 57th Annual SIWA & Diplomatic Community Bazaar (the “Bazaar”) is again expected to attract thousands of visitors, including residents of Korea, both Korean nationals and expats, as well as tourists. Over 40 embassies, several clubs, local businesses, sponsors, welfare organizations and volunteers joined the 2018 Bazaar. Embassies imported goods from their own countries; restaurants, charities, local clubs and businesses displayed their food and goods; and donated prizes for raffles–both small and great. The Bazaar has become one of the largest international fund-raising events in Seoul, donating to over 20 Korean charities each year.
REGISTRATION: You can register online and pay at the venue.
DIRECTIONS: Near Euljiro 1(il)-ga Station (을지로입구역) Line 2, Stop 202, Exit 7
Walking directions: 1 minute walk from Euljiro 1(il)-ga Station.
Korean address for taxis:서울특별시 중구 을지로 30, 롯데호텔서울
Seoul International Women’s Association (SIWA) is the largest and longest-running international women’s organization in Korea! Since 1962, SIWA has been a place where women from around the world could meet, forge friendships, learn about Korea and other cultures, contribute their talents and ideas, and help improve the lives of those in need. As many ideas so often are, SIWA was formed
around a kitchen table by individuals who were looking to connect to their community and make a difference as they did. That spirit is as vibrant today as it was more than five decades ago.
With over 300 women from over 40 nations, including Korea, our members know that there is always something exciting happening at SIWA and a way for them to get involved – whether it is by connecting with fellow members through our weekly or monthly tours, interest group activities, Coffee Mornings, and enrichment classes, or by contributing their skills – and building new ones – to help run
the organization and plan fundraising events.
Side note: The founder of Korea4Expats.com was President of SIWA in 1999-2000.
Please visit: http://www.siwakorea.com
EnglishClass101 - An online English learning system
Business and Networking Associations
Australia Chamber of Commerce in Korea, AustCham, Seoul
Dental Clinics incl. Dentists, Orthodontists
A Plus Dental Clinic, English Dental Services, Bundang, Gyeonggi Province
Shopping, Food, Clothing, New and Used Stuff, etc.
Goodwill Store Seoul - Used Items Donations and Purchases
Schools Nursery to University
Dulwich College Seoul, Nursery to Year 13, Ages 3-18, Seocho-gu, Seoul
Meditation and Yoga
Mu Sang Sa, International Zen Center, Chungnam Province, Korea
Korean Language and Culture (translation, orientations, classes, etc)
Diane's Easy Korean Customized Language Culture Training, Around Korea + Long Distance Learning
Accounting, Tax Filing Services
TieTax, US Taxes and Financial Planning, Korea