The much awaited SIWA and Diplomatic Community Bazaar (the “Bazaar”), hosted by Seoul International Women’s Association (SIWA) is almost here and you wouldn’t want to miss it. The Bazaar, themed ‘Share Culture, Share Love, Share Life’, is sure to be a memorable one.
When: Monday, November 13 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Where:Lotte Hotel Seoul,30 Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
A 5-star luxury hotel conveniently located in the heart of Seoul’s central business district. Price: ₩5,000 (includes 1 entry in grand prize raffle)
The Bazaar is one of the largest international fundraising events in Seoul. Six of the seven continents were represented at last year’s Bazaar through their respective constituent countries’ ethnic cuisines, unique products, ranging from exquisite Persian rugs to deeply discounted imported wines, and various cultural artifacts. Visitors can enter a chance to win fantastic Raffle prizes from many different stores, restaurants and spas.
The admission is 5,000 won which will a include a free raffle ticket for a chance to win one of the amazing prizes. It is expected to attract approximately 5,000 visitors, including residents of Korea, both Korean nationals and expats, as well as tourists.
All proceeds generated by SIWA from the event will be donated to over 20 Korean charities, enabling them to serve the Korean community better, be it orphan children, homeless or disabled individuals or senior citizens.
About The Seoul International Women’s Association
Seoul International Women’s Association (SIWA) is the largest and longest-running international women’s organization in Korea! Since 1962, SIWA has been a place where women from around the world could meet, forge friendships, learn about Korea and other cultures, contribute their talents and ideas, and help improve the lives of those in need. As many ideas so often are, SIWA was formed.
Seoul International Women’s Association around a kitchen table by individuals who were looking to connect to their community and make a difference as they did. That spirit is as vibrant today as it was more than five decades ago.
With nearly 400 women from over 40 nations, including Korea, our members know that there is always something exciting happening at SIWA and a way for them to get involved – whether it is by connecting with fellow members through our weekly or monthly tours, interest group activities, Coffee Mornings, and enrichment classes, or by contributing their skills – and building new ones – to help run the organization and plan fundraising events.