CHANGWON CITY, SOUTH KOREA

Established through the unification in 2010 of three neighboring cities - Masan, Changwan and Jinhoe - with a population of more than one million.

Located on the southeast coast of Korea on the delta of the Nak Dong River, approximately 400 miles from the capital of Seoul.

One of the largest free trade zone enterprises in the world, and a manufacturing and distribution center for many major companies.

DATE OF TWINNING: May 30, 1983

For the report on the most recent Changwon City visit, click here

BOARD OFFICERS

 

Brenda Frinks

President


Bob Doering

Executive Vice President

Bettie Hudson

Treasurer

Vacant

Secretary


Vacant 

Comptroller 

 

Tina Daniels

Board Emeritus

BOARD MEMBERS

Cynthia Robinson (Social Media, PR & Marketing)

Donna Rash-Sawyer (Fundraising)

Felice Franklin (VP Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, South Africa)

Frank Brewer

Geraldine Green (Membership Chair)

Kiara Wessling

Leslie White (JSCA NM Youth Ambassadors)

Nongongoma Mojova-Seane (VP San Juan, Puerto Rico Committee)

Polina Ladyzhenskaya (VP Murmansk, Russia Committee)

Richard Danford

Sheila Kloc (VP Nantes, France Committee)

Shung Kim (VP Changwon, South Korea Committee)

Wen Raiti (VP Yingkou, China Committee)

CONTACT INFO

City Hall, Suite 275

117 West Duval Street

Jacksonville, Florida 32202

USA

+1 (904) 255-5445

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