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S. Korea's MOFAT Helps Poor, Elderly
Offcials Bring "Briquets of Love" to Needy Households
South Korean MOFAT's Vice Minister Kim Sung-Han in "Briquet's of Love" community service in Seoul on April 28, 2012.

Officials of the South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MOFAT) offered the "Briquet's of Love" community service to the elderly and poor living in Junggye-dong, Seoul on April 28, 2012.

This event was aimed to give back to the public through hard working community services by ministry officials.

The event, attended by Vice Minister Kim Sung-Han and 50 other ministry officials, aided the poor and elderly with officials personally donating a total of 3,000 briquet's-that were purchased from the social welfare agency "Seoul Briquet Bank" to homes using pushcarts and coolie racks.

MOFAT officials in "Briquet's of Love" community service

MOFAT is focused on continuing to be a frontrunner for providing community services such as free briquet delivery, free English lessons, assistance to agricultural communities, and helping to rebuild communities struck by disasters, in order to help build a society that can grow together.






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