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Korea's largest and longest fair for early childhood education kicked off the show!

SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 15, 1012 /PRNewswire/ -- The domestic largest and longest fair for early childhood education, 'The 27th Seoul International EDU-CARE for children' opened today on November 15th at COEX, Korea. It's held from November 15th to 18th for four days with 'The 7th KIDS FAIR 2012' together.

Ever-changing Education trends and a lot of information muddle parents, at this point 'The 27th Seoul International EDU-CARE for children' can be a much more important exhibition for the parents. Visitors can meet 250 companies of 950 booth scale at one place.

This exhibition covers various kinds of children related goods including information and products for food, clothes, sports goods, medicine and medical supplies, furniture interior and others as well as pregnancy, birth and education.

In addition, there are 9 seminars including Edu-Talk mother class for November 16th and 17th to provide parents with various information and opportunity of experience.

Above these, visitors can enjoy their time at the lobby placed next to the exhibition hall, at the lobby 'Christmas which can meet in November (children can make a x-mas card)' and 'Origami class for Children'.

For more information is available at official homepage (www.educare.co.kr). People can visit the Exhibition for free, if they become a member of the homepage. The price of ticket is 5,000 (KRW) and preschool children are free.

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