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[Korea] Yongsan Photo Contest Opens Till April 30

Photo Credit: Ichon Global Village Center

A photo exhibition featuring Seoul and Yongsan as seen through the eyes of foreign residents will take place from May 20-24 at Yongsan District Office’s Art Hall. Ichon Global Village Center is hosting the photo contest for the exhibition, which runs through April 30. The global center is accepting photos of Seoul landscapes and pictures that capture the international charm of Yongsan under two themes: “Diversity of Seoul” and “Attractive Yongsan.”

The contest is open to all foreign residents in Korea. The global center will select six photos and award cash prizes on May 21. A total of 40 photos, including the six winning photos, will be on display at the Art Hall photo exhibition.

All interested individuals may download and fill out the application from the Ichon Global Village Center homepage (http://global.seoul.go.kr/ichon/) and submit the completed application via e-mail (ichongvc@gmail.com).

More Info

<Photo Contest for Foreign Residents 2013>
Application period: Through April 30, 2013
Theme:
1. Diversity of Seoul (ex. Interesting and enjoyable experiences in Seoul, etc)
2. Charm of Yongsan (ex. International Yongsan, etc)
Eligibility: Foreign residents in Korea (those who can participate in the award ceremony on May 20, 2013)
Entry limit: Limit of three entries per person. Photos must be unpublished. Photos must be in JPG format. (recommended resolution 3000*4000pixel)
Homepage: http://global.seoul.go.kr/ichon/ (Korean, English, Japanese)
Application: by E-mail (ichongvc@gmail.com) with the application attached.
*(The location where the photo is taken must be identified on the application. Entries submitted without an application will not be accepted)
Winners Announcement: Publicly announced (winners will also be contacted individually)
Inquiries: Ichon Global Village Center +82-2-796-2018, 2199-8882 (Korean, English, Japanese)
1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Courtesy of Ichon Global Village Center

Date
04/23/2013
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