2014.1.27 EVENT CALENDARINTERNATIONAL FORUM KHIFIC
Feb. 10-12: Kyung Hee International Forum for Identifying Changes in the World (KHIFIC) hosts its International Forum at Kyung Hee University’s Orbis Hall, titled “The Symbiotic Touch: Empathy Towards Humanity.”
For more information about topics and registration, visit khific.org.
LUNAR NEW YEAR EVENT
Seoul Global Center, Seoul Foreign Workers Centers
As Lunar New Year’s Day (Jan. 31) draws near, the Seoul Global Center and three Foreign Workers Centers will host free events for expats in Seoul.
Geumcheon Foreign Workers Center
Jan. 28: Geumcheon Foreign Workers Center in northern Seoul will hold a Lunar New Year event at Geumcheon Senior Welfare Center.
For more information, call 02-868-5208 or visit www.gmwc.or.kr.
Global Village Center
Jan. 28: The Seoul Global Center will host a free event for expats in Seoul to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
For more information, call 02-2075-4180 or visit global.seoul.go.kr.
FREE 3-D PRINTER EXPERIENCE
Goethe Institute Korea
Every Saturday: Goethe Institut Korea provides an opportunity for people to use a 3-D printer for free from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday. For more information, call 02-2021-2804 or visit www.goethe.de/ins/kr/seo/.
Embassy of Mexico
Until March 16: The Embassy of Mexico in Korea and the Museum of Art at Seoul National University hosts “Outside-In: Mexican Contemporary Art,” featuring work by artists credited with leading 20th century Mexican art.
For more information, call 02-798-1694 or visit www.snumoa.org/
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