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Seoul Global Center offers online shopping startup courseBy Korea Herald
Published : Oct. 26, 2016 - 09:42
The course will cover understanding and analyzing international markets, selecting sale items, and industry features, strategies and success cases.
Classes will take place Monday to Friday for two weeks from Nov. 14, with each session running form 6-9:30 p.m.
The course, which is free, is open to all foreign residents in Seoul and takes place at the Dongdaemun Global Center. Tuition is in Korean and requires a TOPIK level of at least 4.
More information is available at global.seoul.go.kr, and the deadline for applications is Oct. 31.
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