An introduction to Jeonju, South Korea

Jeonju is a city of 650,000 people. It is provincial capital of Jeollabukdo in the west of the Korean peninsular. It is an important tourist center famous for Korean food, historic buildings, sports activities and innovative festivals. It has a bustling downtown area situated around Geaksa house, where a myriad of international brands can be found alongside local offerings. It also has an electric nightlife, situated in the most part around Cheonbuk university in the north of the city.
The western foreign community in the city currently numbers around 350, made up largely of Canadians and Americans with a good representation from the UK. There are approximately 2500 further foreign nationals registered with Jeonju Immigration, the majority of these Filipino or other other south east Asian roots.

Poker at Deepin
Sunday nights are Poker Nights at Deepin from 7.30ish. Texas Holdem. W10,000 and W30,000 games with one buy in . All welcome, friendly games. call Leon on 019-9646-1028 for more info

Book Club
 Join fellow literature enthusiasts for some great stories! Sat. June 23rd @ 5:15pm Coffee Myungga. Current novel: "The Giver" by Lois Lowry, Chapter 1. Please email Jasmine to order a book.

Cinema Times
Since mostCinemas in Korea have Korean-only websites, BookinBooks brings us "Cine in Korea," possibly the only website providing showtimes and online reservation for movies all in English. Click here.