[COMING EVENTS] SOKKURAM: TWO-PENNY TOUR etc."BLOOM WHERE YOU ARE PLANTED" SEMINAR Nov. 1, 9:30 a.m.
Seoul International Women's Association (SIWA) and the Focus Counseling and Medical Teams will offer seminars on cultural differences and awareness, medical issues, and general information on housing, schools, shopping and social interests. 7,000 won for SIWA and FOCUS members, 10,000 won for non-members. Free babysitting available. Pre-registration may be required. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. At the Seoul Club.. Tel. (02) 797-8212, 798-7529.
PARTNERS FOR THE FUTURE JOB FAIR Nov. 4-5
The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea and the Federation of Korean Industries in association with MBC and the JoongAng Ilbo are organizing a job fair at the Convention Center (COEX) in Kangnam. Participating organizations include the Australian Trade Commission, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Italian-Korean Business Association, the Italian Trade Commission, and the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Tel. (02) 3444-8034, ext. 103.
SOKKURAM: TWO-PENNY TOUR Nov. 5, 2 p.m.
At Pomunsa, Seoul's largest Buddhist temple, a full-size replica of Sokkuram is on display. Better yet, the affordable Seoul Mystery trip, takes you through the temple to see its hidden mysteries. Meet by exit one of the Shinsol-dong subway station on the No. 1 line. Suggested donation 5,000 won. For more information email Steve Roney at email@example.com.
SAMSON & DELILAH Nov. 10-11, 7:30 p.m.
Cho Seung-mi Ballet Company celebrates its 20th anniversary with Samson & Delilah. Featuring Kang Jin-hee, hearing-impaired ballerina. The National Theater of Korea. Tel. (02) 2292-7385.
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