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Busan Global Center runs on-site counselingBy Paul Kerry
Published : July 5, 2011 - 18:04
The service will be provided from 3-7 p.m. on the third Sunday of every month in front of the main entrance to Renecite, Sasang-gu.
The consultants of the Busan Global Center Call Center will be there to offer free advice and assistance in seven languages including Korean, English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Russian and Uzbek.
Counseling covers a wide range of areas including labor issues, law, overseas remittances and cellphone subscriptions. The service is provided for expats who do not have time to travel to Busan Global Center.
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