On July 8, 1999, the South Korean government opened the Settlement Support Center for North Korean Refugees, often referred to as “Hanawon.” In the last two decades, more than 32,000 North Korean refugees have made it to South Korea.
* What have been their experiences?
* How has Hanawon changed over the past two decades?
* What advice would refugees give to newcomers?
Join Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR) as we mark the 20th anniversary of Hanawon’s founding, learning lessons and hearing directly from North Korean refugees about their Hanawon experiences.
We will also be inviting at least two government officials connected with Hanawon.
Location: Shin and Kim Law Office | 서울 종로구 종로3길 17 D Tower (23rd floor) | Seoul
Step-by-step video directions from the Gwanghwamun subway (line 5, exit 4) to the Shin and Kim Law Office. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b6-EM_plMc&t=0s&list=PL-6_xImxyTAJw3qeFJBXFv6fSCFEOb9eG&index=2
Option 1: PayPal https://www.paypal.me/loveTNKR
Option 2: Bank transfer
-Bank account: (Woori Bank) 1005-802-774890
-Name on account: 티엔케이알(TNKR)
Option 3: Matching Donation: https://give.lovetnkr.com/en/Casey
10,000 won for students with valid college ID presented in advance. ($5 at Eventbrite)
15,000 won for TNKR volunteers, bring one guest for free. ($10 at Eventbrite)
15,000 won general admission ($10 at Eventbrite)
20,000 won at the door.
Here’s the Eventbrite link, this is the default for announcements: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/north-korean-refugee-freedom-day-two-decades-of-hanawon-tickets-61928814752