BASS COFFEE MORNING - I'VE GOT SEOUL BUT I'M NOT A SOLDIER

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Date: 
Tuesday, 22 March, 2016 - 10:00 - 12:00
Venue: 
Aston Hall, British Embassy
Cost: 
Members KRW 5000, Non-members KRW 10000

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This month we will be joined by presenters from Adaptable Human Solutions for a relaxed discussion over coffee about adapting to, and thriving in Korea.  From Confucianism to Kibun, Nunchi and Kimchi.  We aim to unpack a bit more about why things happen the way they happen here, and discover how this insight might change the way you approach things.  

Come curious....

Some more about our speakers:

Jiayinig Lim is a Registered Psychologist (Australia & Singapore) who enjoys working with clients to help them set priorities and overcome hindering issues. She enjoys her own process of cultural self-discovery, having lived in multicultural settings all her life (Australia and Singapore) and also having attended international and local schools in different countries. She enjoys Korean Calligraphy and tried and failed spectacularly at Janggu (Korean drum).

Luke Ramsey is Director of Corporate Services for AHS. Originally from South Africa he's lived and worked around the world for the last decade.  He favors tough assignments and his favorite placement was Lagos Nigeria! He has 2 young daughters who teach him humility everyday and a wife who inspires him. He relaxes by dressing in spandex and cycling far and fast and loves the outdoors.

Refreshments from the Eastern Welfare Society can be purchased on the day.

Please sign-up for this event below.  Because of security at the Embassy, only those who have signed-up will be able to gain entry and please remember to bring identification with you.  We hope you will join us for what promises to be an interesting and engaging morning!