On November 9, 2015, the International Women's Organization in Seoul (SIWA) held its annual charity event in collaboration with the diplomatic community and the embassies of various countries in Korea. The event took place at the prestigious "LOTTE" hotel in Seoul and featured a large bazaar that operated from morning to afternoon. The SIWA charity bazaar is one of the largest charity events in Seoul and is guided by the motto, "Share culture, share love, share life".

Established in 1962, the SIWA charity bazaar has been held for the 53rd time this year. Every year, the event is organized in collaboration with organizations that cater to the needs of underprivileged individuals in Korean society. To date, the bazaar has raised approximately 20 billion won, which has been donated to orphanages, visually impaired individuals, the homeless, the elderly, women, and children in need.

This year's event saw the participation of approximately 40 representatives from all over the world, including embassies, women's organizations, companies, charities, and volunteers. The various booths at the bazaar sold unique products and foods from different countries, such as wine, handicrafts, cheeses, chocolates, and more.

KOISRA, a company specializing in Korean market entry and expansion, voluntarily assisted in the operational and administrative aspects of the Israeli booth, in collaboration with the Israeli Embassy in Seoul. As part of their contribution to the community, KOISRA financed and provided various products that were sold to visitors. The funds collected were donated to charity.

The SIWA charity bazaar was a huge success, thanks to the contributions of all participants and volunteers. The event not only provided visitors with an opportunity to purchase unique products from various countries but also helped raise funds for a worthy cause. It is heartening to see individuals and organizations coming together to make a positive impact on society.