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Seoul to plan women-only subway lines

Photo credit: Asian Correspondent

With the success of the women-only parking spots, the men in the National Assembly have decided again that they know what women really need: their own subway lines.


Listen up ladies!

Ok fellow vagina holders of the world, here's the official word. Everything you have heard, everything you have read, all the stuff your friends told you, its all crap! When moving to Korea I probably packed 5 lbs of tampons strewn about my suitcase, more shampoo, conditioner and deodorant than is humanly possible to use in one year and enough birth control to ensure I never get pregnant, ever. Well, I am here to tell you, straight from an expat's loud mouth, UNNECESSARY! Complete and utter waste of luggage space (and I had to pay extra for my bags to get on the plane, ALOT extra) because you can get everything you need here in Seoul, its not hard to find and not even that much more expensive.

International Women married to Korean Men Meet-up!

Date: 
Saturday, November 20, 2010 - 14:00

The new group has started! The second meeting for International Women married (past/present/future) to Koreans is coming up this Saturday at 2pm in  Seomyon. 

The purpose of the group is to provide a supportive environment for women who are socially isolated to get in touch, share stories and make friends. The atmosphere is friendly and laid back,  so come join us! Childcare is taken care of, so your kids are welcome too.

Please contact the organiser, Monika Goforth, for details on the meeting place at: monikagoforth@gmail.com

 

(Can't make it this time- Contact me anyways, and I'll keep you updated for upcoming monthly meetings)

 

 


Women in Korea #7b - Korea's Low Birthrate & Adoption Considerations


32:52 minutes (15.04 MB)
Women in Korea#7 - Part 2
June 13, 2010
Topic: Korea's Low Birthrate  & Adoption Considerations
Participants: Jiang Fen, Ashley Summers Stubberman, Courtney Tait

Women in Korea#7b - Low Birthrate & Adoption

Women in Korea#7 - Part 2
June 13, 2010
Topic: Korea's low birth rate and adoption considerations
Participants: Jiang Fen, Ashley Summers Stubberman, Courtney Tait

Women in Korea #7a - World Cup Fever ( & Widows)

Women in Korea#7 - Part 1
June 13, 2010
Topic: World Cup Fever  & World Cup Widows
Participants: Jiang Fen, Ashley Summers Stubberman, Courtney Tait

Women in Korea #7a - World Cup Widows


30:24 minutes (13.92 MB)
Women in Korea#7 - Part 1
June 13, 2010
Topic: World Cup Fever  & World Cup Widows
Participants: Jiang Fen, Ashley Summers Stubberman, Courtney Tait

Women in Korea #2


50:46 minutes (23.24 MB)
Women in Korea #2
May 9, 2010

Participants: Alex Karpen, Mindy Sisco, & Valerie Schmitt
Topics: Discussing Sexuality in the Classroom & Korea's Aegyo (Cutie Pie) Syndrome

Post-show audio and video here


Chat Log Below

Women in Korea Webcast - (no show June 20)

Date: 
Repeats every week every Sunday until Sun Jun 27 2010 .
Sunday, May 30, 2010 - 18:30
The 'Women' are taking the night off on June 20, but will be back at their regular time (9pm) next week June 27. 


'Women in Korea' is a live, interactive discussion each week with a diverse group of women talking about Life in Korea from their various perspectives. Sundays @ 8pm Tune in to the video stream and text chat room at http://koreabridge.net/live Recordings of shows at: http://koreabridge.net/women


Women in Korea #1


41:47 minutes (19.12 MB)
Women in Korea #1
May 2, 2010
Participants: Anneth Bun-as, Alex Karpen, Mindy Sisco, & Claudine Williams
Topics: The word 'vagina', The Cheonan and NK Culpability, & Dating Korean Men

Next Webcast: May 9, 8pm

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