Would You Like to Be Featured in a Radio Documentary?
Do you have a personal story of loss and triumph that people should hear? A message that will change how we view ourselves or the world around us?
ABOUT TBS eFM: TBS eFM is Korea’s No. 1 Foreign Language Radio station. We cover areas such as news, current affairs, music, culture, sports, as well as living tips in Korea. But we strive to do more than just inform—we want to celebrate the diversity of culture and people who define and shape the essence of the city of Seoul.
THE PROJECT: TBS eFM is looking for a Seoul-resident expat who would like to be part of a human interest documentary.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS: Our ideal candidate is someone who has an interesting or emotional story: -It could be about a person (themselves or others), people, group/organization, or place. -An atypical reason for coming and staying in Korea (in other words, a reason besides teaching). -A story of a problem or concern that was overcome (emotional/physical/mental/financial, etc.) while in Korea. -A personal story of multiculturism in the family or in the community
CONTACT: If you’re interested, send an email with the Subject “TBS Documentary” to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the information below. 1. Contact Information (phone number) 2. Name 3. Age 4. Country of origin 5. How long you have lived in Korea 6. A short summary of the personal, human interest story you’d like to share.
*Further details regarding the documentary and payment will be discussed with confirmed participants.
National Gugak Center
Do you want to learn Korean traditional musical instruments like gayageum (12-string zither), haegeum (2-string fiddle) and janggu (hourglass-shaped drum)?
The National Gugak Center (국립국악원) is offering music classes for foreigners living in Korea from March 5, every Saturday, in English.
Please visit our website for more information and application: www.gugak.go.kr/eng