Book Exchange Event!


Saturday, June 6, 2009 - 14:00

Meeting up individually to exchange books can be tedious at times so we decided to have a group book exchange. Come give life to some of those old books just sitting on your shelf while picking up some new ones for yourself. 

Date: June 6th, 2009

Time: 2:00 ~4:00pm

Location: 용두산  공원 (Yongdusan Park- nampo-dong)


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Busan International Dance Festival


Sunday, May 31, 2009 - 14:25

5th Busan International Dance Festival

"Dance on the Sea"

○ Period : May 31 ~ June 4, 2009
○ Venue : Haeundae Beach, Busan Cultural Center, Haeundae Cultural Center
○ Participants : 60 performances, 45 teams from 10 countries
(Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan,
Korea and USA)


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Young family moving to Busan

Hoping I can get some info.  We are a young foreign family moving to Busan.  I was hoping for some help and advice on where is the best area to live - near shops etc.  What are peoples thoughts on the 2 schools - BFS or ISB?  And other families who I may contact as we arrive in July before school starts.  I have an 8 month old son and 6/7 year old daughter.  Any help is appreciated. P.S.  Does anyone know if I can get weetbix - my 6 year old daughter's favourite food.  Always have to get it imported wherever we are living!!  e.g Turkey, Spain, Austria etc! 

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who help each other stay sober one day at a time.  There are no leaders, rules, or fees in our fellowship.  Our sole purpose is to help those interested live a happy, sane, sober life by applying the twelve steps.   


The Way Down South in Busan Group is an OPEN Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, which means that anyone interested in our program and fellowship is welcome--whether they have a desire to stop drinking or not.


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BIWA (Busan International Women's Association)

The Busan International Women's Association is a charitable social and cultural organization open to women living in the Busan and Kyungsang Namdo area of South Korea. As a non-profit organization we raise money to help those in the local Korean community who are in need.

At BIWA we encourage friendship, support, and cultural exchange between our international and Korean members by organizing a wide variety of social and cultural activities.

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Does anybody know of a good fabric store and or tailor in Busan? I have seen a couple little shops but i want something extensive, i heard that they exist. Let me know.


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