Busan Foundation of International Activities (BFIA) is holding the 2015 Korean Speech Contest in order to motivate foreign residents in Busan to learn Korean and to promote their improvement in Korean language.
We are looking forward to your attention and participation.
Date/Time: Nov. 06, 2015(Fri.) 15:00- 17:00
Location: Lotte Culture Hall (10th floor of Lotte Mall in Gwang-bok)
Content: Free topic speech (individual), skit (group), induction ceremony, prize draw, etc.
Time for Application: Sept. 09(Wed.) – Oct. 23(Fri.), 2015
Speech (individual) : Free topic speech (within 5 minutes)
Skit (group): 2-5 people/ Free topic skit-like presentation
Participant: Long-term residents of Busan such as foreign students, marriage-based immigrants, and etc.
Qualification: Those who have been recommended by foreigner support organizations (e.g. Universities, schools for foreigners, etc.)
Those who have won the first place from previous contests organized by the BFIA (’06-’14) can not apply.
How to apply
Corresponding organizations must directly apply to BFIA (individual application is not acceptable.)
Please refer to the attached file (http://www.bfia.or.kr/english/contents/d1.asp?pmode=view&num=7387&q=&qa=&pageno=1) and fill out the application form.
Source: Busan eFM News
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