The protection of animals is the beginning of respect for all lives.
The Haeundae-gu Office is pleased to announce that on December 6th, 2018, they will be hosting, "A Night of Animal Movies" at the Haeundae Cultural Center's Goeun Hall from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
This event is being organized by the Haeundae-gu Office and the Busan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The movie to be screened that night is called, "A Street Cat Named Bob," which is based on a true story from England.
The movie was released in 2017, and tells the story of a lonely street singer who meets a street cat while he is out trying to make a living as a busker. Over time, the two become inseparable, and the cat becomes an incredibly important part of the man's life and career. It is a story of triumph, and of the beauty that a person can find in a relationship with an animal.
Please come and participate in the event and help raise awareness for animal rights. There will be other activities as well, including a cat photo exhibition and pet related arts and crafts.
Admission is free!
For more information about the event, or to confirm your attendance, please contact the Animal Protection Division at (051)749-5681 or the Business Promotion Division at (051)749-5683.
Haeundae Cultural Center
Address: 97, Yangun-ro, Haeundae-gu
Directions: Metro Line 2 Jangsan Station (Exit 12) → Walk about 3 minutes to the Haeundae Cultural Center (next to Haeundae Post Office)
Website: http://hcc.haeundae.go.kr/ (Korean)
Source of News: Haeundae-gu Office