Chicago Sister Cities International and Kendall College Chicago’s Sister City relationship with Busan, Republic of Korea (South Korea) unfolds on Monday, September 9, 2013 when the renowned husband and wife chef team Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark prepare a five-course Korean feast in the dining room at Kendall College on 900 N. North Branch Street.
The event begins with a wine reception at 6 p.m. and follows with dinner at 7 p.m.—from amuse (pacific kushi oyster, korean melon and soju granita) to the last course (cured egg yolk, chrysanthemum pavlova, citrus curd, white peaches).
Tickets to the event are $100 and are available for purchase at www.ChicagoSisterCities.com. Proceeds benefit the cultural initiatives of the Busan Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International.
Chicago Sister Cities International Chicago Sister Cities International, a division of World Business Chicago, provides leadership to develop, manage and coordinate comprehensive programs and projects with Chicago’s sister cities. It aims to increase international trade, promote economic development and support exchanges in the fields of arts and culture, education, health, social services, environment and technology with its sister cities for the benefit of the City of Chicago, its residents and businesses.
Chicago’s 28 sister cities include: Accra, Ghana (1989); Amman, Jordan (2004); Athens, Greece (1997); Belgrade, Serbia (2005); Birmingham, United Kingdom (1993); Bogota, Colombia (2009); Busan, Republic of Korea (2007); Casablanca, Morocco (1982); Delhi, India (2001); Durban, South Africa (1997); Galway, Ireland (1997); Gothenburg, Sweden (1987); Hamburg, Germany (1994); Kyiv, Ukraine (1991); Lahore, Pakistan (2007); Lucerne, Switzerland (1998); Mexico City, Mexico (1991); Milan, Italy (1973); Moscow, Russia (1997); Osaka, Japan (1973); Paris, France (1996); Petach Tikva, Israel (1994); Prague, Czech Republic (1990); Shanghai, China (1985); Shenyang, China (1985); Toronto, Canada (1991); Vilnius, Lithuania (1993); and Warsaw, Poland (1960).