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Phone +82-2-2071-9507
Yongsan-gu Hannam-dong 729-74, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
3 min walk from Exit #3 of Hangangjin Station, Subway Line 6



Join and network with the next generation of international women married to Koreans.
Whether you are newly married or raising bicultural kids, come and take a break
from the ordinary and usual routines.

Saturday, February 18 at 12:00pm
Location: Coex Mall--Cafe Mix n Bake
Contact: 010-9276-8580

Subway line 2, Samseong Station, Exits 5 & 6 (use entrance to COEX Mall.) Look for "Cafe Mix N Bake " on the map. This place offers lunch (pasta or pizza) and coffee/tea/smoothies


Saturday, January 14, 2012

6:00pm until 8:00pm

 CoCo Ichibanya (Curry restaurant)  
Description Let's try dinner this time:) Let's have the husbands come if they're willing and able! I'm not even sure I could get mine there but I'll ask.

To get there, get off at Jonggak Station on subway line 1. Walk straight ahead from exit 4 and turn right into the alleyway next to Dunkin Donuts. At the first intersection take a left, walk past a few stores and you will find Coco Ichi Banya's yellow-and-gray facade on your left, facing a Family Mart convenience store.

Time Saturday, October 29 · 10:30am - 12:30pm
Location Passion 5 Bakery/Cafe--Hannam
Created By Hillary Brinson

For ISKA - The Multicultural Family Network in Korea
More Info I've had a few requests to meet at Passion 5 for this month's meet-up, so let's try it. Here is a link that describes the location and directions:

Passion 5

Also, let's try a morning time because a few members mentioned that this is better for them.
I'm looking forward to it!

Date/Time: Saturday, September 24 · 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Location: Gangnam (°­³²): The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
For ISKA - The Multicultural Family Network in Korea

Our past 2 meet-ups have all been in Jung-gu, downtown Seoul, so let's try another area! To get to the Gangnam location, take Subway Line 2; get off at Gangnam Station and take Exit 7. Walk straight ahead & Coffee Bean should be on the right.
We can meet here for next month (after Chuseok) and if anyone has any creative ideas about where to meet for the month after, we can discuss. 
Also please bring thoughts and ideas for what you would like to get out of ISKA as we'd like to see it become more active and available to all members.

Contact: Hillary Brinson


Coffee Break

Date: Jan. 29, Saturday
Time: 4 pm
Place: Seoul Finance Center,
1B SFC Mall, Sejong Ave., Jongno-gu, Seoul

Rowena 010-8327-2939
Rona 018-243-4725

Busan International Married Women Group Meeting, Nov. 20

Here's an opportunity for international, intercultural women to make friends and network in Busan. Let's take a break from our mundane preoccupation of daily life. Let's talk over a cup of coffee on the things that really matter.
Event: Busan International Married Women Group Meeting
Date: November 20th, 2010 at 2 pm
Venue: Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Seomyon Station (Exit 7)
Contact: Monika Goforth
Email: monikagoforth@gmail.com
Phone: 010.4224.7110
All women are welcome!

ISKA Meeting in Seoul, 13 Nov 2010

To ISKA members in Seoul:

Warm greetings! We hope that you and your family are doing well this season.

It's been a while since the last time ISKA Family got together, so we are organizing a meeting in Seoul. This is not only for those who are in Seoul, but also those who live in nearby areas and for anyone who can travel to Seoul and meet up with like-minded women. We hope that this is an opportunity for us to know each other. We would love to meet both old-timers and newcomers!

Date: November 13, 2010 at 2:30 pm
Place: Johanna's Roof Garden
What to bring: Snacks, finger foods, husbands, children
How to get there: Please contact ISKA's new Seoul outreach coordinator.

To event organizers, please submit your events to ISKA Online.

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