Running Man event series: event #1 Archery Competition

Running Man event series: event #1 Archery Competition

Running Man event series: event #1 Archery Competition

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We have been relatively silent over the past two weeks, both because of vacation time and as we were thinking about exciting events to organize for you.

But now we are back and can reveal more about the Running Man events we are planning. Let’s start with our first event and further posts will detail the other ones.

Saturday September 6 at 11:00am, we will kick off our Running Man event series with an archery course and competition at Caxton House with Experience Archery London.

Located near Archway, it is an indoor venue. We need a minimum of 8 people to attend, so please share this with your friends and colleagues.

This event will allow you to gather points towards the Running Man competition and will also help select teams. Teams are not definitely set and might change, like in the TV show.

As for the content of the event, it will be a 1h30mn session (could be 2 hours if there is high demand), which will include all equipment, individual as well as group coaching, tea/coffee throughout the session, and a fun competition with medals for the top three archers on the day.

If you are interested, please book your place on our MeetUp event page. All attendees will get a 2-week free pass to watch Running Man for FREE on DramaFever!

NB: For those who wish, we will then be attending the K-pop contest held at the KCCUK in the afternoon from 2:00-6:00pm, and before that might stop by a Korean restaurant!

 

Directions:

Caxton House: 129 St John’s Way, London N19 3RQ

6 mins walk from Archway tube station, and 12 mins walk from Crouch Hill overground station. Buses 41, and 210 also run along St Johns Way.

Caxton House map

 

 

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Created in April 2014, Daehan Drama aims to promote Korean TV dramas towards the UK audience, as well as facilitate dialogue between the British and Korean creative industries.

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