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2003.12.09 EventCalender

Dec 08,2003
SOCIAL CALENDAR

JOIN KNTO, WIN PRIZES

All of December: Those who enroll as a Korea National Tourism Organization member this month can not only access a dependable information source, but may win gifts such as business card holders, cushions, clocks and umbrellas. Winners will be announced on Jan. 5.
http://english.tour2korea.com


WOMEN’S GROUP GATHERS

Tomorrow: The Seoul International Women’s Association or SIWA, holds its monthly coffee social and discussion session. It is open to women of all ages and backgrounds. This month’s theme will be the Christmas holidays; the SIWA choir will also perform. The gathering starts at 9:30 a.m. For members, the fee is 7,000 won ($6); for non-members it is 8,000 won.
The Shilla Hotel, Ruby Hall
Central Seoul
Take Subway line No. 3 to Dongguk University Station
www.siwapage.com

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

PROTESTANT

YOUNG NAK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Chungmuro, (02) 2273-6301
International worship services in English on Sunday at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. and Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. Located next to the Jungbu police station. Take subway line No. 2 to Euljiro 3-ga, use exit 12.
Reach Rev. Bill Majors at (011) 613-5896.
iwe.youngnak.net


ROMAN CATHOLIC

CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL PARISH OF SEOUL
Hannam-dong, (02) 793-2070
English Mass is said on Sunday at 9 and 11 a.m., German Mass at 10 a.m., Italian Mass at 11:30 a.m., French Mass on Saturday at 6 p.m. Located at the Franciscan Chapel.

EXHIBITIONS

GALERIE BHAK

To Dec. 11: “Small Scuptures.” Oh Kwang-seop is holding his first personal exhibition in Korea since 1995. Mr. Oh expresses humanism through bronze sculptures. Using his imagination and creativity, he seeks to understand nature and harmonize it with human life through his lyrical and detailed artwork. About 30 works are on display.
Chungdam-dong, southern Seoul
(02) 544-8481


GALLERY HANTY

To Dec. 31: “Space Bar.” “Their place,” an organization that aids in finding long-term spaces and producing exhibitions, presents the works of 16 artists. This project expands cultural space into daily space through the consideration of space itself. The outside, inside and borders of space are depicted through sculpture.
Western Seoul, near Hongik University station, line No. 2
(02) 3142-6002

PERFORMANCE

JAMSIL SPORTS COMPLEX’S BIG TOP THEATER

Ongoing:The longest-running Broadway musical, “Cats,” is back again. Following provincial tours in Gwangju and Daegu, the Really Useful Company’s latest production has begun an open-ended run in Seoul. The performance by the Australian company was a mega-hit in Korea at its first Seoul production in 1994. Tickets range from 30,000 won ($25) to 120,000 won.
Jamsil, southeastern Seoul
Sports Complex Station, line No. 2, exit 6 or 7.
8 p.m. weekdays; 3 and 8 p.m. Saturdays; 2 and 7 p.m. Sundays
1588-7890; www.ticketlink.co.kr


NATIONAL THEATER OF KOREA

To Sat.: Trust Dance Company presents “Dekalog 1” for pre-modern dance lovers. The title is taken from the Greek word for the Ten Commandments and uses the sixth, “Thou Shall Not Kill,” as a way to investigate how both the physical act of murder and the deterioration of the soul have alienated human beings while denying their freedom. TDC is one of the few independent modern dance companies in Korea.
Tickets are 15,000 won.
8 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Saturday in Byeroreum Hall. Take subway line No. 3 to Dongkuk University Station, exit 2. A free shuttle bus departs from the exit 20 and 40 minutes before the performance.
www.dancero.com.ne.kr



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