Event posting guidelines

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Once a month (the 1st day at 12:01am), I publish a post about what’s going on in Seoul and / or Korea. While not meant to be comprehensive, I receive quite a few requests asking me to post about their events. I’m flattered, but not always able to get to those requests in time. In order to offer you some publicity, I suggest you leave a comment telling readers about your event. Think of monthly event posts as an open forum for events 🙂

Remember to include a few things in your post for your maximum benefit:

  • Who, What, When, Where, Why, and/or How
  • Directions to the place (even around a place like Itaewon)
  • Admission fee / cost of the event

While 99.9% of you won’t be affected, I reserve the right to delete a comment for the following reasons:

Once a month (the 1st day at 12:01am), I publish a post about what’s going on in Seoul and / or Korea. While not meant to be comprehensive, I receive quite a few requests asking me to post about their events. I’m flattered, but not always able to get to those requests in time. In order to offer you some publicity, I suggest you leave a comment telling readers about your event. Think of monthly event posts as an open forum for events 🙂

Remember to include a few things in your post for your maximum benefit:

  • Who, What, When, Where, Why, and/or How
  • Directions to the place (even around a place like Itaewon)
  • Admission fee / cost of the event

While 99.9% of you won’t be affected, I reserve the right to delete a comment for the following reasons:

  • Excessively long (look at how I’ve written event posts in the past for a guideline)
  • Off-topic (e.g. not an event posting)
  • Not for this month (if your event is the first few days of the next month that’s fine – after, say, the 7th? Save it for that month)
  • Not in South Korea
  • Not in English (using some Korean is fine, but the majority of readers wouldn’t be able to understand if the entire thing was in Korean)
  • Contains expletives or hateful, racist, sexist, or other such colorful speech (do I really need to explain this one?)

Any questions – e-mail me at chrisinsouthkorea AT gmail DOT com.

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