Meet the Parents for Filipinas in Daegu

If you’re a Filipina married to a Korean AND you live in Daegu or Gyeongbuk area, here’s a chance to invite your parents to come to Korea for free. Please read carefully, if you have any question don’t hesitate to post it.

MEET THE PARENTS

-Inviting Parents of Women Migrants from the Philippines

1. Background and Objectives

There are a large number of migrant women residing in South Korea who are striving for a better life and yet suffering from linguistic and cultural adaptation, discrimination and social isolation. The goal of this program is to support them emotionally by inviting their parents from the Philippines so that multi-cultural families could settle in the nation more successfully based on mutual trust and respect.

This program aims at:
– supporting multi-cultural families by inviting the parents of migrant women from the Philippines
– helping Korean families to recognize migrant women as beloved daughters of their families
– giving a support to start equivalent relationships between families of the Philippines and South Korea
– deepening understanding and love between parents-in-laws

2. Overview

Date: July 6(Fri), 2012 – July 9(Mon), 2012
Location: Daegu, Youngju, Seoul
Number of Participants: 200 people
– Parents from the Philippines: 50people(25 families of women migrants)
– Families in South Korea: 100 people
– Volunteers: 20 people
– Guests: 30 people

Support Details
– Round-trip flight (Incheon – Manila)
– Passport and visa fee
– 4days 3snights accommodation & food in Daegu city
– Souvenirs

3. Organization and Partners
Honorary President: Jung-ho Seo (CEO, AJIN Industrial Co., LTD.)
President: Jae-heung Han (President ,Daegu-Kyungbuk Asian Bridge)
Organizers: Daegu-Kyungbuk Asian Bridge and Mission Center for Migrants in Daegu
Sponsor: AJIN Industrial Co., LTD.
Cooperation: Korea Immigration Service in Daegu (Ministry of Justice)

4. Qualification for Application
An applicant should be a woman migrant from the Philippines who meets the following requirements:
– A resident of Daegu city or Gyeongbuk province area
– A family which has not visited nor invited within 2 years
– A residence visa holder

5. Tentative Schedule

July 6th(Fri.), 2012
Time Program Contents
05:00
06:00-13:00 Arrival
Seoul – Arrival at Incheon airport
– City tour in Seoul
17:30-18:00 Daegu – Reunions of Families
18:00-19:00 Reception
(Hotel Inter-Burgo Daegu) – Greetings by President
– Congratulatory Addresses by V.I.P.
(Former Prime Minister Lee Susung, Governor Kim Kwanyong, Hon. Ambassdor, Congressman etc.)
– Introduction of Guests
– Documentary Video of Multi-cultural
Family
19:00-20:00 Dinner – Buffet Dinner
20:00-21:00 Recreation – Recreation

July 7th(Sat), 2012
Time Program Contents
09:00-10:30 Family picture – Picture taking of family
11:00-17:00 Daegu City Tour – Amusement Park
19:00- Free Time

July 8th(Sun), 2012
Time Program Contents
09:00-10:00 Transportation – Daegu City to Youngju City
10:00-12:00 Sightseeing – Historical Monument (Goeun Temple)
13:00-18:00 Culture Training Center – Experience of Korean Traditional Culture
19:00~20:00 Culture Training Center – Family Karaoke Night

July 9th(Mon), 2012
Time program Contents
09:00-09:30 Closing – Closing ceremony
09:30-11:30 Transportation

Go to individual family – Yeongju City to Daegu City

Get in touch with the organizer – hyeoksu sunglee – sungleehs@gmail.com

Don’t forget to send in your application ASAP! You could have the chance to bond with your parents and tour in Seoul, Yeongju and Daegu. Have your pictures taken in famous tourist sites and pose under cheap pergolas with flowers in full bloom.

5 thoughts on “Meet the Parents for Filipinas in Daegu

  • June 20, 2012 at 1:22 pm
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    hala! wow, very nice…

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    • June 20, 2012 at 8:42 pm
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      Nice !!pero late na po yata e2 or dis tym q lang nabasa ^^~~tapos na po rehistro last May pa po…pero sana 2loy~2loy po itong program nila…a big help for all..thanks

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  • September 4, 2012 at 12:00 am
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    I’m from Daegu. Malaking pasalamat ko sa program kasi yung friend ko matagal na sila hindi nagkikita ng parents nya..pero dahil sa progam nagkita sila..nalaman ng parents nya anong buhay meron sya sa Korea..nakakaiyak pero masaya! Super saya! Sana magkaron ng kasunod!

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    • September 5, 2012 at 9:49 am
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      Hi Vivian! Sana nga may ganitong program uli. Meron din dito sa Seoul, kaso hindi na kami nag-apply kasi meron naman na mas kailangan yan.

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