Multicultural Families in Korea Visit Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea over Weekend 2012/07/14, Source,
At Yongsan Station in Seoul, 17 families with multicultural backgrounds are excited about a weekend trip to the southern port city of Yeosu, to visit the Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea. The spouses come from five countries, including China, Mongolia and Vietnam. Current lawmaker Jasmine Lee, Korea's first naturalized citizen to be elected to the National Assembly, visited the station platform to see them off. [Interview : Jasmine Lee, Lawmaker Saenuri Party] "Well, actually the very main reason that I am actually where I am right now is to be the voice of all the multicultural families here in Korea",...More
Now playing, films on multiculturalism 2012/07/14, Source,
As of 2011, over 1.4 million non-Koreans have come to call Korea their home. On June 27, the fourth annual Multicultural Film Festival, organized since 2009 to spotlight the themes of multiculturalism and diversity that have emerged in Korean society in recent years, kicked off at CGV Daehangro. Sponsored by CJ CGV and Movie Collage, the first theater dedicated to indie films in Korea, the 15-day festival will screen 15 movies at CGV Guro and Incheon in addition to the Daehangro branch,...More
Philippine envoy celebrates multiculturalism in Korea 2012/06/16, Source,
Philippine Ambassador Luis Cruz, right, poses for a photo with Rep. Jasmine Lee of the ruling Saenuri Party during a festival in Seoul on June 3. / Courtesy of Philippine Embassy
By Kim Se-jeong Filipinos celebrated multiculturalism and the success of migrant workers in Korea last Sunday, at an outdoor festival in Hangang Park, Yeouido, Seoul for their country's independence day which is June 12. Ambassador to Korea Luis Cruz, welcomed the families and friends of Filipinos and the Philippines saying how proud he was of Filipinos contribution to Korean society and how South Korea is well on its way to becoming a truly multicultural societ,...More
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