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Meet the Parents for Filipinas in Daegu by buhay sa korea on Jun 18, 2012If you’re a Filipina married to a Korean AND you live in Daegu or Gyeongbuk area, here’s a chance to invite your parents to come to Korea for free. Please read carefully, if you have any question don’t hesitate to post it. MEET THE...



Love in Asia special for Parents’ Day by buhay sa korea on May 7, 2012Longtime friend Razel Kim was featured on the Parents’ Day special of Love in Asia. It showed her special relationship with her mother-in-law (her FIL passed away a few years ago) and her husband’s with his parents-in-law in the Philippin...



KBS Nanum+ Festival by buhay sa korea on Apr 25, 2012Last April 13 to 15, Korea Broadcasting System or KBS held the “Nanum + Festival” at Yeouido Park. “Nanum” (Hangeul: 나눔) means sharing in Korean. The theme of the festival is about a harmonious South Korea with the childre...



Training Class for Married Immigrants in Bucheon by buhay sa korea on Apr 20, 2012To those who are interested, the Bucheon Women’s Center will conduct a FREE training class for married immigrants called “다문화 플레이 코칭강사” or Multicultural Play Coaching Trainer. The main requirement is ability to s...



Philippine Airlines’ Multicultural Family airfare by buhay sa korea on Apr 1, 2012HT to Ate Ning of Jeonju! Philippine Airlines is offering special fares for the multicultural families for the month of April. The departure date is from April 5th to April 30th and the tickets are good for one year. One-way airfare are only 190,000...



International Women’s Day Celebration 2012 by buhay sa korea on Mar 9, 2012To all the Filipinas who would like to join in celebrating the International Women’s Day (March 8th actually)… International Women’s Day, originally called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated in many countries around...



시댁: Korean husband’s family by buhay sa korea on Feb 14, 2012I will have a test this afternoon for a Korean language class. It’s a level test covering speaking, reading and writing. I hope to be in the intermediate class since it would be a shame if they put me back in the basic class. I am cramming with...



Korean government subsidy for childcare by buhay sa korea on Feb 12, 2012If you are married to a Korean and you have a child who is 만5세 (born January 1, 2006-December 31,2006) OR YOUNGER (even if your child is only a month old), you can get the Korean subsidy for childcare. It means that you can send your child to the...



Free Korean Language Classes by buhay sa korea on Jan 25, 2012My son would be entering elementary school next year. Because of this, I’ll be seriously taking Korean language lessons. In my almost nine years, I’ve attended Korean classes for less than six months and I don’t even study at home.



Financial support for multicultural families in need by buhay sa korea on Nov 5, 2011Posting this from Jasmine Lee’s FB wall. It’s for those who are in need of financial support. Please don’t waste Jasmine’s time to apply if you’re only in need of money to buy a pool heat pump or the latest gadget ;p a c...