|▲ Supporters and contingent workers are posed on April 24 in front of a four-story building in Singil-dong, Seoul that will go through a three-month remodeling work to open a shelter for the contingent workers and labor activists in their struggle.(Korea Daily Labor News/Jeong Ki-hoon)|
The Contingent Workers' House, named as Gguljam(sound sleep) in Korean, will be open in July to provide the shelter for contingent workers and labor activists in their fight.
Funds for the shelter have been raised through the story-funding for the seed money in the beginning and then followed by the donations from various groups and people over the years. Most of the remodeling work will be done by pro bono talent donations. The tariff for the use of the shelter will be free of charge.
reported by Je Jeong-nam
translated by Kim Sung-jin
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