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Flea Market & Cooking Class (Seoul)

Hello all,

I found some events in Oct. some people might like to attend:

Protected content Foreigners' Flea Market

The Seoul Global Center presents The Foreigners’ Flea Market for expanding exchanges between the foreign residents and Seoul citizens. We invite you to come and join us in this spirit of sharing and to encourage the recycling of used goods. Vendors must be foreigners. Korean citizens may participate as vendors when accompanied by foreigners. Please register first. It’s totally free of charge.

When? Where?

ØDate &Time: Saturday, October 27 / 13:00~17:00The schedule is subject to change and the event will be cancelled in case of rain.

ØVenue : Seoul Folk Flea Market(Please refer to the map)

ØDonation: Voluntary donations from the profits will be accepted and will be given to charity organizations.


Public Transportation

ØSubway : Exit no. 6, 9, Protected content Sta. of line no.1 or 2)

ØBUS : NO. Protected content , Protected content off at Cheonggye 8-ga Sta. no. 3)

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NO. Protected content , 721, Protected content off at Dongdaemu Post Office Sta.)

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How to Register

ØTel: Protected content / Fax: Protected content

ØE-mail: Protected content

ØParking: Every Saturday is designated as a ‘NO-CAR’ day in the Seoul Folk Flea Market and its adjacent area. Please make sure you do not bring your car to the event venue.

※ Seoul Folk Flea Market: You can enjoy traditional things, everyday goods, tour products, folk products, and folklore foods all together at the same spot.

Korean Cooking Class

DATE: Friday 26 October Protected content
TIME: 10:00 AM
COST: W13,000 participation fee

VENUE: Rinnai building near Hong-ik University subway station

DESCRIPTION: The class is hosted by the Itaewon Global Village Center. Participants will learn to make two Korean dishes: Sam-gye-tang & Sam-saek-jeon
Sam-gye-tang is a very popular dish in Korea that traditionally eaten on the hottest summer days. Sam-gye-tang, particularly its ginseng proponent, is revered as a medicinal dish that induces sweating, which “detoxifies” you, and ultimately rejuvenates. Sam-saek-jeon means three different colors of pan cakes. Jeon is a kind of “Korean pancake” like Kimchijeon or Haemoolpajeon. This time we will make three kinds of jeon, made with fish, green pumpkin, and mushrooms.

REGISTRATION required. Email: Protected content Tel: Protected content . Please provide your name and contact details.

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