Lastly updated in 2018
Are you curious about our group but worried you don’t speak Korean?
Are you ready to do some fun actions in solidarity with Palestine but don’t know where to begin?
No need to worry anymore!
We are having an English speaker meeting at 5pm on Saturdays starting from February 2018.
We also have people who speak Arabic as well.
We have this meeting once a month or twice on Saturdays.
Especially this year marks 70 years since the Nakba. We would like you to join us to plan events to raise awareness in Korea and build a stronger solidarity with the Palestinian people.
If you would like to join or have any inquiries please send an email to nablus3 at gmail.com.
Address: #301-B, Hyungjin Bld, 129, Donggyo-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul
서울 마포구 동교로 129 형진빌딩 301-B호
Other than the English speaker meeting, we still conduct a bilingual meeting when someone who doesn’t speak Korean wants to join the regular meeting on Thursdays.
For those interested in getting involved with Palestine Peace & Solidarity in South Korea, there are many ways that you can get involved!
We meet weekly on Thursdays at our office in Hapjeong at 7:30pm. Our meetings are conducted bilingually in Korean and English and of course we welcome speakers of other languages and will do our best to accommodate you 😉 *As we sometimes shift our meeting place or host or attend other events in place of our regular meetings, please make sure you email us nablus3 at gmail.com if you wish to attend a meeting for the first time.*
We also organize several actions each year in line with our campaign objectives which include taking part in the global Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against companies and institutions complicit in or profiting from the occupation of Palestinian land as well as to mark important events celebrated or commemorated by Palestinians around the world.
Aside from raising awareness locally here in South Korea, we also regularly send our activists over to the occupied Palestinian territories to take part in nonviolent solidarity actions.
If you have other ideas for getting involved such as contributing to the blog or helping us with translation work, please do get in touch. We hope to continue to build our movement with your support.
Please email us for more information. We welcome you to join us!