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EVENTS CALENDAR FOR JULY

  • 7/3 - 7/13
  • KF-POSCO Global Bridge Program
  • Under the Global Bridge program, a public diplomacy initiative administered by the KF and POSCO E&C, more than 50 university students form Korea and Laos will conduct art and culture classes for the students of Laotian elementary and middle schools, in addition to presenting a joint cultural exchange festival.
    • Km 52 Village, Vientiane, Laos
    • Culture & Arts Department
      02-2151-6536 / jyyoon@kf.or.kr
  • 7/6–7/10
  • The 2nd Korea-UK Catalyst Session
  • The Korea-UK Catalyst, an information-sharing and cooperative network that links together start-up enterprises in an effort to bolster local communities and respond to global issues through creative thinking, was launched last year in Seoul. A second gathering of the project’s participants is being held in London this year.
    • London, U.K.
    • Global Networking Department
      02-2046-8534 / aysong@kf.or.kr
  • 7/6–7/10
  • Efforts to Enhance the Effectiveness of Visiting Professors
  • The KF is presenting a series of social science lectures and Korean-language courses for the 2015 KF visiting professors so that they can better adjust to life away from home and improve the quality of their Korea-related courses.
    • Kyung Hee University
    • Korean Studies Department
      02-2046-8520 / jylee@kf.or.kr
  • 7/10–7/13
  • Association for Korean Studies in Europe 2015 Conference
  • This bi-annual conference is a gathering for the scholars of Korean Studies in Europe so that they can share the fruits of their research efforts and discuss ways to improve Korean Studies programs throughout the European region.
    • Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
    • Korean Studies Department
      02-2046-8586 / snrhie@kf.or.kr
  • 7/12–7/17
  • USC-KAFE Summer Educators’ Workshop
  • The Korean Studies Institute of the University of Southern California will host a workshop for middle-school educators to provide an overview of Korea’s politics, economics, society, culture, and education.
    • University of Southern California, U.S.
    • Korean Studies Department
      02-2046-8537 / jychun@kf.or.kr
  • 7/13–7/17
  • Korean Studies Workshop for Non-Korean Educators in Colorado
  • A workshop to expand education on the modern and contemporary Korean history will be held at the University of Colorado at Boulder as the first-ever gathering of this kind.
    • University of Colorado at Boulder
    • Korean Studies Department
      02-2046-8537 / jychun@kf.or.kr
  • 7/16–7/17
  • The 14th Korea-Germany Forum
  • Influential figures from the government, legislative, business, media, and academic sectors of Korea and Germany will gather to discuss key issues related to bilateral and international relations at the Korea-Germany Forum, which serves as a non-governmental channel of two-way communication. This year’s session is being held in Rostock, Germany.
    • Rostock, Germany
    • Global Networking Department
      02-2046-8534 / aysong@kf.or.kr
  • 7/17–7/18
  • Summer Field Trip for Korean Language Training Fellows
  • Korean Language Training Fellows will join a field trip to visit such sites as Baekje Cultural Land and Jeonju Hanok Village to gain a better appreciation of Korea and its people.
    • Korean Studies Department
      02-2046-8641 / hjlee@kf.or.kr
  • 7/17–7/19
  • Korean Language Teaching and Research Association of China
  • This annual conference of Korean-language educators in China, the largest such gathering of its kind, provides timely opportunities for networking and discussion sessions in regard to this year’s theme of “Fostering Outstanding Korean-Language Educators in China.”
    • Changchun, Jilin province, China
    • Korean Studies Department
      02-2046-8556 / khlim@kf.or.kr
  • 7/20–7/22
  • Korean Studies Workshop for Non-Korean Educators in Vietnam
  • The Institute for Northeast Asian Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences will provide Korea-related lectures and cultural activities for participants seeking an opportunity to acquire a more in-depth understanding of Korea.
    • Institute for Northeast Asian Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
    • Korean Studies Department
      02-2046-8537 / jychun@kf.or.kr
  • 7/23–7/24
  • Second KF Korea Workshop Series
  • Organized for foreign diplomats and their families, the KF Korea Workshop Series will hold its second session at the Goseong DMZ. Participants will also attend the 12th Great Mountains Music Festival in conjunction with the workshop.
    • Goseong and Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do
    • KF Global Center
      02-2151-6533 / jihyekim@kf.or.kr
  • 7/29–10/12
  • Artist File 2015 Exhibition to Celebrate 50 Years of Korea-Japan Relations
  • The exhibition, which features the works by 12 up-and-coming contemporary artists from Korea and Japan, will be held in both countries to mark their 50 years of diplomatic relations.
    • 7/29–10/12 (Japan), 11/19–2016/2/14 (Korea)
    • The National Art Center, Tokyo; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon
    • Culture and Arts Department
      02-2151-6534 / hyojin@kf.or.kr
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