Start your Valentine’s holiday right with Hallyu Cosmetics! Hallyu Club at the University of Houston* and Hallyu Cosmetics are collaborating in order to spread the love that everyone deserves! This Valentine’s weekend starting from February 10 through the 13, 20% of your total purchase will be donated to Liberty in North Korea (LiNK)** in order to help fund rescues of North Korean refugees hiding in China to escape the dictatorship of the North Korean regime.For in-store purchases during operational hours, please mention Hallyu Club or show a flyer with the barcode in order to apply to your transaction. For online purchases, use the code LINK HALLYU. The code expires on January 13 at 11:59pm. Cannot be combined with other coupons or used on prior purchases, refunds, or exchanges. Offers are subject to change without notice. This event only applies from February 10 through the 13. Join us in all things Hallyu! *Hallyu Club at the University of Houston was founded in 2012, formally known as Hallyu Wave. Hallyu means “wave” or the fast-growing popularity of Korean entertainment and culture that caught international attention like waves. Hallyu Club’s mission is to promote and raise awareness of the Korean culture through popular entertainment(s), but not limited to music, dance cinema, and media productions. Their goal is to unite students who are interested in the Hallyu/Korean culture, provide students opportunities to be involved in the Hallyu Community at the University of Houston and the Korean Community, and preserve the Korean Entertainment industry and educate students. Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) is a non-profit organization dedicated to working with the North Korean people in achieving their liberty. North Koreans experience several hardships. They are denied the basic rights of freedom of speech, movement, and information. Any misstep could result in brutal punishments, even extending to friends and family. To make matters worse, international media and attention focuses on nuclear weapons and the Kim family rather than the people of North Korea. As a result, “thousands of North Koreans risk their lives to escape political and economic oppression.” On-site rescuers help seek out North Korean refugees hiding in China and relocate them to either the U.S or Seoul, South Korea to embark on their new lives. The 3,000 mile journey includes basic needs, transportation, shelter, education, medical needs, food, and refugee resettlement programs. To find out more information on how to get involved, donate, or read stories about the North Korean refugee journeys, go to www.libertyinnorthkorea.org.