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Rotary Club of Seoul
Seoul Foreign Correspondent's Club, Floor 18, Korea Press Center Building
Taepyeongno 1(il)-ga, 25 프레스센터


Ever wanted to speak directly with the journalists who write about the topics that shape your future? Rotary gives you personal access to the people who work with major global topics.

The Rotary of Seoul International Volunteers (SIV) invite you to a conversation about the future direction of Korea. International journalists, Don Kirk and Alastair Gale, will present contrasting views of the political and economic future of Korea. As we think global, we will embrace service our local community.

Join the dialog:

  • Tuesday, November 1, 2016 starting at 7:30 pm
  • Seoul Foreign Correspondents Club in the Korea Press Center Building (behind Seoul City Hall)
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  • An informal pay-as-you go dinner and/or drinks is available at the event

Service Above Self

SIV is working together with our Young Leaders Club (YLC) to start a "Diaper Drive" at this event. After the international journalists present, SIV will kick off the collection of new, disposable diapers and baby wipes to be used at the shelters for unwed mothers. The Diaper Drive supports the Young Leaders Club current community service projects.

Discussion Leaders

Alastair Gale

Bureau Chief for The Wall Street Journal in Seoul, South Korea since January 2011. He has previously worked in Singapore and Tokyo for the company. 

Donald Kirk

Correspondent for CBS Radio and the Christian Science Monitor, writing the “Global View” column for Future Korea Weekly and filing for the Asia Times.