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Concurso de Fotografia para Extranjeros 2012

Ichon Global Village Center presenta su concurso de fotografía 2012 de Extranjeros y ICV se aceptaran las presentaciones de la siguiente manera. -Plazo de inscripcion: 2012, 4/2 - 4/27 (22~27 de abril 2012) -Tema: Seúl, donde yo vivo (a elegir uno de los siguientes temas) 1) Mi vida en Seúl: muestrate a ti mismo explorando en Seúl 2) Atracciones de Seúl: muestranos lugares de interés en Seúl. * Su imagen puede ser en cualquier lugar en Seúl. -Calificaciones: Dirigido a todos los extranjeros residentes en Corea, que pueden asistir a la ceremonia de premiación el 18 de Mayo -Detalles:Ajuntar como max. 3 fotos por participante. Las imágenes deben estar en formato JPG y un archivo inédito (más de 3000x4000 píxeles) -Cómo participar: Por e-mail: ichongvc@gmail.com * Por favor rellene el formulario y adjunte sus fotos. Las entradas sin el formulario no serán aceptadas. Premios: 1º premio - 1 persona (300.000 won en efectivo) 2 º premio - 3 personas (200.000 won en efectivo) 3 º premio - 5 personas (100.000 won en efectivo) -Anuncio de los Premios: Los ganadores serán publicados oficialmente o contactados de manera personal. -Nota: 1. Las fotos de los ganadores para los premios y cerca de 40 fotografías seleccionadas de otros se mostrarán en "Art Hall" en Yongsan Distric Office, a partir de Mayo del 18~24. 2. Yongsan-gu se reserva el derecho a utilizar las fotos premiadas y seleccionadas sin ninguna restricción. Por favor, sepan que todos los fotógrafos son legalmente responsables de cualquier y cualquiera que aparezca en las fotografias. Contacto: Ichon Global Village Center Tel. 02-2199-8881 / 02-796-2018 E-mail: ichongvc@gmail.com Formulario: http://global.seoul.go.kr/village/ichon/community/?Mode=read&CatNum=2&SubNum=0&programType=5&Language=en&nowPage=0&num=14496
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