BKWS

As many readers might know, I recently gave a talk at the British Korean Women’s Society on a pretty risky topic: I was asked to give a Western male’s perspective on Korean women.  I decided to play it relatively safe, and discuss the topic through the lens of Korean novels, films and artworks that are accessible […]

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BKWS October meeting – “Korean women: on screen and between the covers”

by Events Editor 20 September 2015
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I’ve been putting off this talk for over a year now, but I’ve finally been nailed down. Korean women – on screen and between the covers A talk by Philip Gowman 6 October, 7pm, In & Out Club British Korean Women’s Society monthly meeting Philip will be known to many BKWS members as the person […]

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Event notice: BKWS dinner with Anne Wightman

by Events Editor 27 August 2015
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Notice of the monthly dinner of the British Korean Women’s Society: My Seoul Adventure A talk by Anne Wightman (wife of the British Ambassador to South Korea 2011 to 2015) Tuesday 1 September 2015, 7.00pm In and Out Club | 4 St James’s Square | LONDON SW1AY 4JU After postings in Beijing, Paris and Rome, […]

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Event notice: BKWS visit to Clarence House, 16 August

by Events Editor 26 July 2015
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An interesting social event coming up for the British Korean Womens Society. You can find out more about the society here, or visit their website, www.bkws.org.uk. Visit to Clarence House St James’s Palace, London SW11BA (nearest underground Green Park) Sunday 16 August 2015, 11.30 am Clarence House was built between 1825 and 1827 to the designs […]

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The BKWS Seollal dinner

by Events Editor 7 February 2015
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Those who are members of both the British Korean Society (formerly known as the Anglo-Korean Society) and the British Korean Women’s Society are spoiled for dining choice this month. The BKS will be meeting on 18 February, while the BKWS will be celebrating Seollal with tteokguk on 19 February. The British Korean Women’s Society Invites […]

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BKWS monthly meeting: a tour of the V&A

by Events Editor 10 September 2013
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Something different for the British Korean Women’s Society this month: Tour of the Victoria & Albert Museum Friday 20th September 2013 6.45pm MAIN ENTRANCE FOYER THE VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM South Kensington London SW7 2RL The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) was founded in 1852 with the aim of giving British artists and manufacturers the […]

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August meeting of the British Korean Women’s Society

by Events Editor 14 August 2013
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Notice of the next meeting of the BKWS: British Korean Women’s Society Monthly Meeting Tuesday 20 August 2013 6.30pm at In and Out Club 4 St James’s Square LONDON SW1Y 4JU The British Korean Women’s Society is a recently formed organisation. It grew out of a series of requests for help and advice from Korean […]

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July meeting of the British Korean Women’s Society

by Events Editor 13 July 2013
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Notice of the next meeting of the BKWS: British Korean Women’s Society Monthly Meeting Tuesday 16 July 2013 6.30pm at In and Out Club 4 St James’s Square LONDON SW1AY 4JU The British Korean Women’s Society is a recently formed organisation. It grew out of a series of requests for help and advice from Korean […]

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Baroness Perry to address March meeting of British Korean Women’s Society

by Events Editor 2 March 2013
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News of the enxt meeting of the BKWS. Contact Sylvia Park to register. British Korean Women’s Society Networking Event Thursday 21 March 2013 6.30pm In and Out Club | 4 St James’s Square | LONDON | SW1AY 4JU Baroness Perry our guest speaker will give talk on “A comparison of women’s education in Britain & […]

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British Korean Womens Society – inaugural event

by Events Editor 7 November 2012
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The BKWS has had a number of invitation-only events over the past year or so. Now they are having their first public event. All welcome (including men, Korean or otherwise). An RSVP is required (and contribution to cover the catering costs): BKWS committee would like to invite you and your friends to an inaugural event […]

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June meeting of the British Korean Women’s Society

by Events Editor 1 June 2012
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Notice of the next meeting of the British Korean Women’s Society: Tuesday 12 June 2012 In and Out Club, 4 St James’s Square, London, SW1Y 4JU. The British Korean Women’s Society is a recently formed organisation. It grew out of a series of requests for help and advice from Korean women in the UK, which […]

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February meeting of the British Korean Women’s Society

by Events Editor 3 February 2012
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Notice of the first informal meeting of the British Korean Women’s Society this year: Monday 13 February 2012 In and Out Club, 4 St James’s Square, London, SW1Y 4JU. The British Korean Women’s Society is a recently formed organisation. It grew out of a series of requests for help and advice from Korean women in […]

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British Korean Women’s Society’s December meeting

by Events Editor 3 December 2011
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The British Korean Women’s Society is a recently formed organisation. It grew out of a series of requests for help and advice from Korean women in the UK, which were originally received by the ROK embassy and forwarded on to people who the embassy thought might be able to help. The principle objectives of the […]

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