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Published : May 29, 2018 - 17:08
The event pitches teams against one another to complete photo and video tasks across the city.
Teams must have five people, and fancy dress costumes are mandatory. There will be a prize for the team with the best costumes.
Half of the 25,000 won team entry fee is going to the Korea Unwed Mothers and Families Association.
The hunt begins at Wolfhound in Haeundae at 1 p.m. The hunt finishes at HQ Gwangan, where there will be live music and the winners will be announced.
Visit the HQ Bar event page for details on how to sign up.
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