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Community Groups and Clubs, Outside Seoul


Community Groups and Clubs...

There is an active expat community with many clubs and associations in communities outside Seoul. K4E is currently working on developing a more complete list of these.  

Busan International Women's Association (BIWA) is an Association that exists to extend friendship and support to international women living in the Busan Kyungsang Namdo area. The groups meets at Starbucks,  2nd floor at Pale d'Cz building (located next to Paradise Hotel) from 9.30 - 11.30 am. Members and non-members are welcome. For more information regarding BIWA activities, contact  biwakorea@gmail.com.

International Spouses of Koreans Association (ISKA) is a network of  foreign women (mainly) and men with Korean spouses. Members are from over 30 countries. E-mail: contact.iska@gmail.com

Daegu International Women's Association (DIWA) is a private, nonprofit organisation of foreign and Korean women living in the Daegu area. DIWA is also a charitable organization and donates funds to needy institutions in the Daegu area. In adddition to its regular luncheon every 4th Thursday (10:30 to 1:30), DIWA also organizes various classes and other activities for its members. 

KOTESOL: The organisation provides workshops and professional information for teacher of English in a number of areas around Korea. KOTESOL stands for Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. There are ten chapters around the country, each providing a range of services for its members: Busan-Gyaongnam, Daegu-Gyeongbuk, Daejeon-Chungcheong, Gangwon, Gwangju-Jeonnam, Jeju, Jeonju-North Jeolla, Seoul, Suwon-Gyeonggi, and Yongin-Gyeonggi.

TOASTMASTER is a public speaking and social networking club that has group in many areas around Korea. Both Koreans and Non-Koreans come together to practice public speaking, improve their English or to meet other interesting professional people here in Korea. To find a group in your area, visit the Korea Toastmaster website and click on 'Find a Club'.  There is also an English-speaking club in Seoul from which you can obtain additional current information: vppr.khtoastmaster@gmail.com.


K4E Editor: We try to make the information on Korea4Expats.com as complete and accurate as possible, so if you notice any errors or omissions in the content above, please let us know at info@korea4expats.com. 

Last Updated on 2020-06-10


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