The Shop Till You Drop event is here! Join in at Daein Market on Nov. 22 from 2-5 P.M. for a day of shopping on GFN! Teams of 2 or 3 people get a 50,000 won voucher to shop for foods and goods and then race to the finish. GFN will also provide food and beverages ofter the event for participants. You can still register your teams today by emailing the registration form to email@example.com. For more information and to download the registration form, check out the GFN event webpage. The Facebook event page has a lot of tips, clues, and event descriptions to help you in your shopping trip. Helpful hint: look at the bottom of Gwangju Blog articles from this week for clues to help you with your shopping spree.
The GPP Cabaret and Dessert Night show is happening Nov. 22 at 7 P.M.! It’s a night of torch singing and Broadway musical numbers at Concert 57 downtown, served with some sweet desserts. Tickets are 20,000 won and all proceeds will go towards expenses for producing the upcoming GPP performances of the play “Proof.” The suggested age for the Cabaret show is over 18 please. To check on ticket availability, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please notify the staff of any dietary requirements when booking. For more information, check out the Facebook event page or website.
Speakeasy downtown is holding an 80’s Glam Night Nov. 22 at 10 P.M., with proceeds to benefit the Adopt a Child for Christmas – Gwangju program. A make-up artist will be on hand to help you finish off your 80’s glam look, with part of the 5,000 won fee going to the Adopt a Child for Christmas charity. The event includes a costume contest, drink specials, prizes, and DJing by the one and only DJ Tavvy G from GFN, so go bang your head for some orphans and have an excellent time.
Zumba for a Cause – Gwangju is hosting a workout class to benefit the Adopt a Child for Christmas – Gwangju! Program on Nov. 23 at 12:30 P.M. at the GIC Center Downtown. The fee is 10,000 won, and is held by Cailin Noble, a certified Zumba instructor from the United States. Wear comfortable clothes and sneakers with grip. All money will be donated to Adopt-a-Child for Christmas. For more information check out the Facebook event page.
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There will be a small bakesale called The Orphan’s Bake Table in the foyer of the First Alleyway Restaurant on Nov. 29 from 11 A.M.-4:30 P.M. benefitting the Adopt a Child for Christmas – Gwangju program. The tables will be stocked with donated baked goods from generous folks all over Gwangju. If you want to be one of these Christmas angels and help donate your home-baked goodness, check out the Facebook event page for more information, or the bakesale volunteer’s page to sign up to donate.
Alive Inside 6 will be held Nov. 29 at 7 P.M. at Club Nevermind near Daein Market. Here’s your chance to rock out to 6 different Korean heavy metal and punk rock bands, including Zen Alone, We Hate JH, BettyAss, Summer Never Comes, Sever the Ear, and Save Myself. There will be a merchandise booth so you can buy some cool band stuff, and a drink bar set up as well. Doors open at 6:30 P.M., and the cover charge is 10,000 presale and 15,000 at the door. The ticket reservation page is now open, so check out the Facebook event page, or go directly to the reservation page to buy your tickets. For more information you can contact the event organizer, Ji Hongbum at email@example.com or 010-9128-6363.
Tickets are now on sale for the four different performances of the Gwangju Performance Project’s production of “Proof” that happen at the Gwangju Art Hall downtown Dec. 6-13. The production is a drama, and suggested for ages 14 and up. Korean translation will also be provided (한국어 통역 제공). To inquire about reserving tickets, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about performance times and dates, a list of cast members, ticket pricing and special package deals, check out the GPP website.
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