Connector Monthly Event by Jobfindr
If there is an event in Seoul that you need to attend next Tuesday, November 20, then it’s Jobfindr’s Connector. The program will come off at WeWork, Yeoksam II from 6 – 8:50 pm.
‘Connector’ is a non-profit FREE event that brings information, opportunities, and networking for local & international students/graduates and local & international companies here in Seoul.
Moreover, the city is attracting talented individuals from across the world. Many come to study and stay to put their knowledge to use. Furthermore, the city is producing cutting-edge startups that bring important ideas to life. Therefore, innovation is being supported by both government organizations and private venture firms. These global citizens want opportunities and those ideas deserve a global audience. Therefore,
Connector aims to build a community between talented students and graduates and companies with global aspirations through informative lectures, highlighted opportunities, and a great networking environment.
The event always features guests who share their entrepreneurial journeys and business insights, in order to inspire prospective startup entrepreneurs living in Seoul.
Connector – November Agenda
The ‘Korean Wave’ and North Korean belligerence have secured Korea’s position as a point of interest for an ever-increasing global audience, but that doesn’t even begin to touch upon the surface of what it is to understand Korea.
This month’s edition will put a spotlight on Korea Exposé, an online English News magazine on contemporary Korea. It is not your everyday mainstream media company.
Korea Expose is unconventional, blunt and defies the usual narrative to bring readers the stories that are not covered. They are deep, documentarian, and innovational.
How does Korea Expose survive in a conservative and contemporary Korea, but commit to diversifying the narratives about the Korean Peninsula?.
Se-Woong Koo, co-founder of Korea Expose will tell it all at Connector November event.
About The Speaker
Se-Woong earned his Ph.D. from Stanford University and taught at Asian University for Women, Ewha Women’s University and Yale University. He has written for the New York Times, Foreign Policy and Al Jazeera and more.
18:00 – 19:00 | Registration, Pizza, Beer
19:00- 20:00 | Fireside Chat
20:00 – 20:50 | Networking
Interested participants can sign up for the event here: Connector November.
Are you an aspiring journalist, media enthusiast, content creator, writer, entrepreneur, a student, a freelancer or a digital nomad looking to gain insight into running a media startup, be at the event.