Korea New Zealand Business Council Newsletter:




The Korea New Zealand Business Council is a professional association of New Zealand companies, organisations and government agencies involved in promoting increased business between South Korea and New Zealand. The KNZBC provides information, useful networking opportunities for members and a forum for information and discussion of issues relevant to the commercial relationship between the two countries.


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Korean Film Festival 2018

Korean Film Festival is coming back to Auckland and Hamilton this spring!!
Korean Gayageum Concerto by Auckland Symphony Orchestra

Auckland Symphony Orchestra with support from Korea Foundation, Korean Consulate in Auckland, and Milford Business Association presents Myths and Legends

Special Korean Film Screening “Take-Off 2”

Date: Thursday 18 October 2018

Pre-screening reception time: 17:15PM

Film Screening: 18:10PM

Venue: Roxy Cinema, 5 Park Road, Miramar, Wellington
Member Spotlight: English Language Academy
The ELA is part of the University of Auckland, which is ranked in the world’s top 100 universities and the highest-ranked university in New Zealand. We provide a wide range of English language programmes, including direct university pathways, Academic English, General English, customised group programmes, and teacher-training courses.

South Korea bans coffee in all schools

South Korea is to ban the sale of coffee in every school in an effort to promote healthier lifestyles among children.

Teachers will also be stopped from buying coffee products at work as part of a wider government campaign to reduce the consumption of food and drink high in caffeine and calories.
Dog saves dementia patient lost on mountain
A service dog has saved the life of a dementia patient, 93, lost on a mountain in Chungju.

According to the National 119 Rescue Headquarters Sunday, the dog, a malinois named "Wang Geon," 4, found the woman on a mountain on Oct. 2 after a seven-hour search.