SIWA Members enjoy Enrichment

What is the Enrichment Program? SIWA Enrichment Program promotes cultural exchanges, sharing of skills and multicultural friendships between members, It opens doors to unique hobbies and truly…

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Enrichment: SIWA Member’s Experience

- By Courtney Snede, Proud SIWA member and Student, Korean Cooking Class Introducing Foreigners to Korean Cooking, Spring 2016 Semester One of…

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Performance Artists Make a Splash in Jongno

By Lois Allore The Painters: HERO is a nonverbal ensemble of four or five men in black hats and paint-splattered vests who draw portraits live to music, interjecting comedy and dance on stage.…

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Pretty in Pink at the International Peace Marathon Festival

By Mhyla Borkowski, VP Operations Go, Team SIWA, go!!! In 2016, more than 50 SIWA members, families and friends, including 11 children, registered to be part of the SIWA Team at the 14th…

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Charity Provides a Second Home for Busan’s Needy Children

By Neeti Virmani, Welfare Chair They say that children are a gift from God to mankind. Well, that’s exactly the feeling that came to mind when I performed my first site visit, as part of SIWA’s…

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A look back at the 2016 SIWA & Diplomatic Community Bazaar

The annual SIWA & Diplomatic Community Bazaar brings embassies, organizations, charities, sponsors and volunteers together to raise needed funds for deserving charities in Korea. The 54th Annual…

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SIWA Year in Review 2016-17

By Anne Choe, SIWA President Seoul International Women’s Association experienced a stellar year of friendship, enrichment and charity during 2016-2017 fiscal year. Since its inception in 1962, SIWA…

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House of Ebenezer: A Home Full of Love

By Anne Choe, SIWA President Ebenezer is a Biblical name which means “Thus far God has helped us.” Doo Ho Kim, founder and director of the Ebenezer charity, finds the name to be most appropriate…

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At Trick Eye: Becoming Part of the Art

By Monica Williams, Discovery Editor At the Trick Eye Museum, visitors can ride atop a dolphin, walk the red carpet at the Oscars, be part of a witch’s brew or get eaten by a fire-breathing dragon.…

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Where kids can “work” at their adult dream job

By Arcadia Kim, SIWA Sponsorship Chair 2017-18 Have you ever returned from the Disney theme parks, and wonder where all your money went? After fulfilling all your, err, your children’s, Mickey Mouse…

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