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Accommodations

Spacious rooftop studio near Itaewon. Available in June. One million won key m ney and 450,000 won/month. Furniture for sale as well. Call after 12 p.m (017-769-1 50)

Announcements

Amnesty International Seoul Int'l group (human rights volunteer activism) meet ng will be held on Saturday June 24 at 4. p.m. We always welcome new members and visito s of all countries. (http://home.hanmir.com/~aiseoulgroup) (amnesty111[unknown characters]hotmail.co ) (011-325-2810)

Sappho: a group for women who prefer the company of women. Please write to Boxholder, Seodaemun P.O. Box 68, Seoul 120-600 or e-mail. (sapphorokyahoo.com)

Korea UNESCO Cultural Exchange Services invites you to a free lecture, ``Explo ing Contemporary Korean Society through Recent Korean Films'' by Kim Hong-joon. It s scheduled for June 24 (Sat), 2:00-4:00 p.m. and open to anyone interested. (02- 55- 4624) (kucesunesco.or.kr)

SIWA Working Women's Network meeting Monday June 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Seoul Club. Speaker: British environmentalist Nial Moores. All women are welcom . Fee of 10,000 won for members and W15,000 for non-members includes light meal. Reservations should be made by Friday June 10 by leaving an English message. (0 2- 991-1950) (siwaseoulhotmail.com)+

Korean Hand Acupuncture Certified Course - Level I only. Two day 16 hour course. Day one, June 11 and Day two, June 18. Doctor of Oriental Medicine and native English speaker teaches this last class of the year. Space is limited. (seoulsistahotmail.com) (019-499-6505) (02-960 6505)

The American 50th Anniversary of the Korea War Committee is putting together a database of American Korean War veterans to be used for official purposes in conjunction with the commemoration of the war. Please include your name, add ess, telephone number, the service and unit you served with in Korea, when and where you served, and your U.S. state of origin. Also please indicate if you would be wil ing to be interviewed by either military or civilian reporters. If you are an American Ko ean War veteran living in Korea and would like to be included, please contact Maj. Larry Murphy. (02-7195-5436) (DSN 02-725-5436) (murphylusfk.korea.army.mil) (PSC 303, Box 90, APO AP 96204)

FOCUS - Foreigner's Community Services; Just moved to Seoul? Feeling overwhelmed? Call FOCUS today. We are a non-profit, membership organization whose sole purpose is to assist foreigners living in Seoul.

We provide a 24-Hour Emergency Hot Line, offer info & referrals on all aspects of life in Seoul including medical and counseling. In partnership with MCHAM we publish the book-Focus on Living in Seoul, which you receive with your membe ship package. (02-797-8212, 02-798-7529) (Fax: 02-793-8370) (focusselshinbiro.com.)

Korean Red Cross will organize an annual Basic Training Course for Int'l Red C oss delegates from Oct. 8-14 for the people interested in international assistance rojects. Applicants should send CV's in Korean and English, a copy of language certifica e such as TOEIC, TOEFL or TEPS and ID to the headquarters of KRC no later than June 20. All the course will be proceeded in English without interpretation. (02-3705-3664) 02- 3705-3667) (ehchoredcross.or.kr) (www.redcross.or.kr)

For Sale

Are you tired of drinking the same old three Korean beers? Do you want some Guinness delivered directly to your doorstep? No problem. (http//www.koreanmarkets.com)

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Recreation

Seoul Mystery Walks. Guide: Steve Roney. Saturday, June 10. THE SEOUL OF SAINTS AND SCHOLARS. …

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