February Monthly Meeting – 5 pm, Saturday 27th

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We meet monthly to share information on important human rights situations around the world and to write letters to important officials. (It works, trust us). We also discuss other ways of getting involved, working with local groups to improve human rights situations wherever we can. The topics are serious but the atmosphere is casual.
This time we will watch a classic film which could explains conflicts between leftists and rightists after independence from Japan. The history still has a legacy in present conflict structures of Korean politics. Of course, we’ll have a time writing letters for conscientious prisoners in the world. 

We meet monthly to share information on important human rights situations around the world and to write letters to important officials. (It works, trust us). We also discuss other ways of getting involved, working with local groups to improve human rights situations wherever we can. The topics are serious but the atmosphere is casual.
This time we will watch a classic film which could explains conflicts between leftists and rightists after independence from Japan. The history still has a legacy in present conflict structures of Korean politics. Of course, we’ll have a time writing letters for conscientious prisoners in the world. 
If you are interested in Korean culture history, or human rights, don’t hesitate to join us. We always welcome new comers. Feel free and bring a friend!
We hope you can have a happy and meaningful time.
Meeting place: 5 pm, Saturday 27th, Tenz at Norazo design Academy building at Seomyeon (Please, get out of Exit 2 of the subway station)
Agenda: Watching a film “Taebaek Mountains” & writing letters
Cost: 6000 won (3000 place rent, 3000 Postage)
Bring: a pen for writing letters, snacks to share
Contact: Jason (English) 010-75953343, [email protected]/ Thomas Moon
(Korean) 010-8008-0928 (text msg only), [email protected]



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