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Deadline: December 1, 2021

JOIN MAMA 2021 FOR BLOGGERS AND INFLUENCERS
JOIN MAMA 2021 FOR BLOGGERS AND INFLUENCERS (credit: Ig @funday.korea.networks)

[APPLICATION AVAILABLE] OH, MAMA! 2021 MAMA: GO ON A HALLYU ONE-DAY TRIP AND BECOME A GUEST AT THE 2021 MNET ASIAN MUSIC AWARDS

JOIN MAMA 2021!

WE ARE RECRUITING BLOGGERS AND INFLUENCERS (INSTAGRAM, YOUTUBE, TIKTOK) TO JOIN THE 2021 MNET ASIAN MUSIC AWARDS (MAMA) ADVENTURE.

GO ON ONE-DAY TRIPS TO PLACES CONNECTED WITH HALLYU (KOREAN WAVE), PERFORM SPECIAL MISSIONS, AND VISIT THE 2021 MNET ASIAN MUSIC AWARDS TO SEE YOUR FAVORITE ARTISTS (BTS, ATEEZ, STRAY KIDS, AESPA, AND OTHERS) WITH YOUR OWN EYES!

RECRUITMENT PERIOD

NOVEMBER 30TH, 2021 ~ DECEMBER 1ST, 2021, 17:00 (2 DAYS)

REQUIREMENTS

FOREIGN RESIDENTS LIVING IN SOUTH KOREA WHO WILL BE ABLE TO COME TO 2021 MAMA (15 PEOPLE)

INSTAGRAM YOUTUBE TIKTOK
MORE THAN 50,000 MORE THAN 50,000 ~ 100,000 MORE THAN 500,000

MISSION

  • GO ON A ONE-DAY TRIP TO CONNECT WITH K-POP, HALLYU, AND MAMA
  • POST CONTENTS ABOUT THE TRIP
  • PROMOTE 2021 MNET ASIAN MUSIC AWARDS IN YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA (BEFORE AND AFTER THE EVENT)
  • VISIT 2021 MNET ASIAN MUSIC AWARDS (DEC 11ST, 2021)

CONTENT

INSTAGRAM YOUTUBE TIKTOK
1. STORIES + POST/REELS ABOUT THE ONE-DAY TRIP - TO BE UPLOADED BEFORE MAMA 1. A SHORT VIDEO ABOUT THE ONE-DAY TRIP (5 MINS OR SHORTER) 1. TIKTOK ABOUT THE ONE-DAY TRIP - TO BE UPLOAD BEFORE MAMA
2. STORIES + POSTS/REELS ABOUT MAMA 2. A SHORT (30 SECONDS OR SHORTER) LINE ABOUT YOUR PARTICIPATION IN 2021 MAMA IN ONE OF YOUR VIDEOS (BEFORE MAMA) 2. TIKTOK ABOUT 2021 MAMA PARTICIPATION

BENEFITS

  1. 1-DAY TRIP TO A PLACE CONNECTED WITH KOREAN WAVE
  2. GUEST PARTICIPATION AT 2021 MNET ASIAN MUSIC AWARDS (MAMA)
  3. MONETARY REWARD - UP TO ₩1,200,000

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE AMOUNT OF MONETARY REWARD WILL DEPEND ON THE NUMBER OF FOLLOWERS/ ENGAGEMENT

RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT

PRELIMINARY ROUND RECOMMENDED PARTICIPANTS WILL BE CONTACTED ON DECEMBER 1ST (BY EMAIL) 

PLEASE NOTE THAT EVEN IF YOU WERE SELECTED IN THE PRELIMINARY ROUND, YOU WILL BE RECOMMENDED FOR THE FINAL PICK, BUT THE FINAL DECISION WILL BE MADE BY KTO AND YOU WILL RECEIVE THE FINAL RESULT ON DECEMBER 2ND

NOTICE

ALL THE PARTICIPANTS NEED TO PROVIDE A

  1. NEGATIVE PCR TEST BY DECEMBER 10TH, 2021
  2. THE PARTICIPANTS WILL NEED TO SUBMIT THEIR CONTENT FOR CONFIRMATION BY KTO BEFORE DECEMBER 13TH

APPLY NOW!

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Deadline: December 5, 2021

YumYum Korean Food Story Quiz Event (credit: Ig @king.sejong.institute)

Bon Appetit! YumYum Korean Food Story Quiz Event!

Visit Nuri-Sejong Academy, check out the webtoons to find the answer!

Event period

2021. 11. 29 (Mon) ~ 2021. 12. 05 (Sun)

How to participate

  1. Find the answer from the Nuri Sejong webtoon on the image.
  2. Screenshot the answer on the page and send an e-mail to (2021.ksi.event@gmail.com)!
  3. Push the Like Button, leave the comment 'Participated!'

Hint 

https://nuri.iksi.or.kr/front/main/main.do

Prize

Amazon Gift Card $20 (For 20 winners)

Winning tips

  1. If you tag your friends, your chance of winning increases!
  2. If you spread this announcement, the chance of winning increases!

Deadline: December 6, 2021

PT KRAKATAU POSCO is a JVCo. (Joint Venture Company) between PT Krakatau Steel (Persero) Tbk, Indonesia and POSCO Korea. The construction commenced in 2011 and took 36 months to complete the Integrated Steel Mill with the 1st Blast Furnace Technology in Indonesia. The commercial production has started in early 2014, ready to serve the Indonesian steel market and become a reliable and most competitive steelmaker in the regional steel market.

Apply in krakatauposco.co.id/careers

Civil Engineering & Architecture

Location: Cilegon

Deadline: 06 Dec 2021

We are looking for someone who has passionate to build a great & comfortable workplace and accuracy to keep the building alive forever. You will lead a team in maintaining the building and be creative to improve the facility to create the Great WorkPlace

Requirements 

  • Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering or Architecture
  • Familiar in sketch, drawing, and 3D maker
  • Have a good knowledge both in Civil engineering and Architecture
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office (Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft PowerPoint)
  • Minimum GPA 3,00
  • Fluent in English
  • Good in the Korean Language will be an advantage
  • Maximum age 26 years old
  • Willing to work in Cilegon

Internal Auditor

Location: Cilegon

Deadline: 06 Dec 2021

Performs audit, collect all data related documents and analyze the data suitable and provide assistance in effectively performing daily Audit Office operation based on Audit procedure & technique

Requirements 

  • Bachelor degree in Accounting or Finance Management
  • Minimum GPA 3,00
  • Has to experience in the internal Audit field at minimum 3 years
  • Understand regarding procurement, purchasing, outsourcing management, information technology & company finance field
  • Fluent in English, both oral and written
  • Good in the Korean Language will be an advantage
  • Has auditor certificate such as Certified Internal Auditor, QIA and etc.
  • Maximum age 28 years old
  • Willing to work in Cilegon
  • Submit your CV in our career website: https://www.jobstreet.co.id/id/job/3696057

Environmental Engineer

Location: Cilegon

Deadline: 06 Dec 2021

In this role, you will manage all work related to GBFS sales, sludge & dust transportation & utilization, environmental permit, and research for internal recycling

Requirements 

  • Bachelor degree in Environment Engineering
  • Min. GPA 3,00
  • Fluent in English
  • Fluent in Korean will be preferable
  • Has to experience in Waste management
  • Maximum age 26 years old
  • Willing to work in Cilegon

Korean Interpreter

Location: Cilegon

Deadline: 06 Dec 2021

in this role, you are an important part of our support system because your role to maintain the chain of coordination and communication will help Krakatau Posco's success. You will support the team in interpreting, translating, and administration work needs

Requirements 

  • Candidate must possess at least Diploma in any field
  • Majoring in Engineering will be an advantage
  • Fluent in Korean Speaking & Writing
  • Fluent in English
  • Able to interpret Korean to Indonesian/English vice versa
  • Has experience as Interpreter or living in South Korea will be preferable
  • Certified at minimum TOPIK Level 5
  • Maximum age 28 years old
  • Willing to work in Cilegon

Metallurgical Engineer

Location: Cilegon

Deadline: 06 Dec 2021

The art of good product is craftmanship at the highest level with creativity, in this role you are the chef who helps Krakatau Posco produce the best steel product in the world. Be part of our team to mark the success story.

Requirements 

  • Bachelor degree in Material or Metallurgy
  • Minimum GPA 3,00
  • Fluent in English
  • Good in the Korean Language will be preferable
  • Maximum age 26 years old
  • Willing to work in Cilegon

Accounting Staff

Location: Cilegon

Deadline: 06 Dec 2021

In this role you will be part of a team that analyzes the manufacturing cost & profitability, providing a report for the related team and monthly actual cost closing

Requirements

  • Bachelor degree in Accounting or Finance Management
  • Minimum GPA 3,00
  • Has experience in related field will be preferable
  • Understand and able to work with ERP System
  • Fluent in English, both oral and written
  • Good in the Korean Language will be an advantage
  • Maximum age 26 years old
  • Willing to work in Cilegon

Deadline: December 1, 2021

Simply K-Pop CON-TOUR (credit: Ig @kcc_uae)

The next Simply CON-TOUR stop is the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Countour the world with Simply K-Pop! This is SIMPLY CON-TOUR ~ Join our episode online! We're seeking eager K-Pop fans to join us on our journey.

Please fill out the form below for your chance to interact with your favorite artists! Please write your messages ONLY in English.

Application Period: 

Friday, November 26th, 2021 to Wednesday, December 1st, 2021

Acceptance Announcement: 

Wednesday, December 1st, 2021

Mandatory Audience Rehearsal:

Monday, December 6th, 2021 / Standby at 16:45 KST, Begins at 17:00 KST

LIVE Broadcast time: 

Monday, December 6th

19:00 ~ 21:00 KST

LINE-UP: 

EVERGLOW, NADA, cignature, GHOST9, T1419, Ahn Yeeun, W.O.W, 2Z, Park Koon, Shin Seung Tae, KISU

Note:

  • Please note that select performances may be pre-recorded or subject to change without prior notice.
  • Audience members may be removed and unable to return if the room information and password are shared.
  • If you have any questions, please email simplykpop2021@gmail.com.

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The Simply K-POP CON-TOUR is organized by ArirangTV in Korea in partnership with KCCUAE

Deadline: December 5, 2021

Seoul Lantern Festival’s AR Exhibition Event (credit: Ig @visitseoul_official)

The Seoul Lantern Festival is Seoul’s premier lantern festival representing Seoul. This year, it is scheduled to run from Friday, November 26, to Sunday, December 5, both online and offline.

Visit the Seoul Lantern Festival’s AR Exhibition Hall to get a chance to win an Amazon e-gift card from the Festival’s organizers

The 2021 Seoul Lantern Festival is scheduled to run from Friday, November 26, to Sunday, December 5, 2021, along the Cheonggyecheon Stream between the section of Cheonggye Falls and Jangtonggyo Bridge.

Visit and sign up the Seoul Lantern Festival’s AR Exhibition Hall to enjoy some beautiful hanji lanterns in AR!  Take a selfie or video of yourself with the AR hanji lanterns, then upload it to your Instagram account to get a chance to win an Amazon gift card from the Festival’s organizers!

For further event details, please visit the AR Exhibition Hall stolantern-ar.com!

Event period

Friday, November 26 ~ Sunday, December 5, 2021

Prize

10 winners Amazon Gift Card value at KRW 100,00

Participating in the Event

  1. Enter the AR Exhibition Hall prepared for the Seoul Lantern Festival (stolantern-ar.com)
  2. Select any HR hanji lantern you want
  3. Upload your selfie or video with the AR hanji lantern you have selected onto your Instagram account with the following hashtags: #seoullanternfestival #seoullanternfestival2021
    • You must follow the official Instagram account of the Seoul Lantern Festival @seoullanternfestival to participate in the event!
    • Tip: You will have a better chance of winning if you take your selfie or video somewhere famous!

Deadline: December 3, 2021

Webinar on Gender in Crisis Management and Peacekeeping (credit: Twitter @SwedeninKR)

Join us for a webinar and hear from important contributors to international crisis management and peacekeeping operations over the past decades. 

High-level seminar on Gender perspectives in crisis management and peacekeeping – lessons learned for future engagements

About this event

In advance of the 2021 Seoul UN Peacekeeping Ministerial, the Nordic Embassies in Seoul, and Yonsei University Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), are delighted to invite you to a high-level panel discussion on the role of women in crisis management and peacekeeping operations.

In 2000, the UN Security Council agreed to Resolution 1325, which calls for mainstreaming gender perspectives into peacekeeping operations and urged member states to include women in all levels of processes to end armed conflicts. Twenty years on, only a small proportion of decision-makers and participants in crisis management and peacekeeping operations are women. Meanwhile, women are hit the hardest when conflicts arise.

At the seminar, we will hear from important female contributors to international crisis management and peacekeeping operations over the past decades. They will provide their reflections on what the past twenty years of crisis management and conflict prevention have taught us in terms of the importance of the inclusion of women in order to pursue a successful crisis management mission and facilitate peace processes that lead to lasting peace.

Keynote speakers:

  1. Kang Kyung-wha, former Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea
  2. Margot Wallström, Former Foreign Minister of Sweden and former UN Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict

Panelists:

  1. Colonel Christine Heggli, Alternate Member of the Swiss Delegation to Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission, NNSC
  2. Kang Hyokyung, Retired Army Major, Professor at PKO Center, Korea National Defence University

Moderator:

  1. John Delury, Professor of Chinese Studies and Chair of International Studies, Yonsei University GSIS
  2. The Korean Conflict and Nordic Peace Mediation in 2020

Date and time

Fri, December 3, 2021

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM CST

Registration: 

bit.ly/3CPqjiI

Program

Time Program
16.00 Welcoming remarks by H.E. Frode Solberg, Ambassador of Norway to the Republic of Korea
16.03 - Remarks by H.E. Kang Kyung-wha (approximately 10 minutes)
- Remarks by H.E. Margit Wallstrém (approximately 10 minutes)

Followed by a discussion moderated by Professor John Delury, followed by questions from the audience
16.45 Short presentations and discussion led by Professor John Delury, followed by Q&A
Participants:
- Colonel Christine Heggli, Alternate Member of the Swiss Delegation to Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission, NNSC
- Kang Hyokyung, Retired Army Major, Professor at PKO Center, Korea National Defense University
Deadline: November 27, 2021

Event 3. YouTube Comment Event ‘2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop (credit: Fb @akcsns)
Event 3!

‘2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop’ will be held as an online workshop on 11:00am 29 November 2021.

The workshop is co-hosted by the ASEAN-Korea Centre, Ministry of Tourism of Kingdom of Cambodia, and Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism of Lao PDR. 

Watch the workshop Youtube, please leave your comments with an e-mail address during the workshop on the day.

[How to participate] 

  1. Watch the workshop on YouTube.
  2. Leave your comments with an e-mail address.
    • If you participate in both Events 1 and 2, your chance of winning increases!
    • For Instagram: Please leave your Instagram account along with your viewing impressions and email address to confirm your participation in Instagram event post!! 

[Youtube streaming URL]

youtu.be/8VPJ11Ylh2k

[Event period]

2021.11.29 (Mon) 11:00 ~ 16:30

[Winners]

  • Facebook: 40 people (Random draw) for each session 
  • Instagram: 30 draws for each session

[Prize]

  • Facebook: Amazon gift card 10$
  • Instagram: Starbucks gift card 10,000 won

[The date of the announcement]

December 1, 2021 (Wednesday)

Deadline: December 31, 2021

25th World Scout Jamboree Supporters (credit: Ig @2023wsjkorea_dream)

Recruitment of 25th World Scout Jamboree Supporters

Who can apply

Anyone interested in wishing a successful hosting of and promoting the 25th World Scout Jamboree.

Recruitment dates

November 11, 2021 - December 31, 2021

Summary of activities

Introducing the World Scout Jamboree and making a variety of Jamboree-related content on Social Media.

How to apply

Online [ forms.gle/3yGugUpLtuBbryw36 ]

Results

After the applications are closed, you will be contacted individually.

Deadline: November 30, 2021

VisitSeoul TV Youtube Channel Content Satisfaction Survey (credit: Ig @visitseoul_official)

Greetings,

We are conducting a survey on the perception and satisfaction of the Online Trip to Seoul content among subscribers and visitors of the Seoul Tourism Organization's "VisitSeoul TV" YouTube channel.

This survey aims at determining the satisfaction level with Online Trip to Seoul content and areas for improvement to increase the satisfaction level with Online Trip to Seoul. We will then do our best to incorporate the results in our content operations to better provide our users with optimized service.

The content of the survey you fill out is strictly protected in accordance with Article 33 of the Statistics Act, Protection of Secrets.

We would appreciate your taking the time to complete this survey.

About

If you participate in the Survey, prizes will be awarded by lucky draw.

Duration

2021.11.22 ~ 2021.11.30.

Prizes

Participants in Korea 

Starbucks Americano (Tall) (100 Participants)

Overseas Participants

$10 Amazon Gift Cards2 (00 Participants)

Participate in the Survey and get the prize!

ko.research.net/r/VisitSeoulTV

Deadline: December 12, 2021

360º Virtual Gallery Review Event with 2021 Seoul International Photojournalism Exhibition! (credit: Ig @iseoulu)

360º Virtual Gallery Review Event with 2021 Seoul International Photojournalism Exhibition!

Enjoy a 360º virtual gallery and post your review to win prizes!

Event period

November 26, 2021 – December 12, 2021

Eligibility

Anyone living overseas (Sorry, those residing in Korea!)

How to participate:

  1. Follow Instagram channels of Seoul City (@iseoulu) & 2021 Seoul International Photojournalism Exhibition (@sipe2021_)! 
    • TIPS! Follow both channels to get more chances to win!
  2. Enjoy 360º Virtual Gallery! english.seoul.go.kr/SIPE2021/gallery_en.html
  3. Capture the virtual gallery & post it with your review on your Instagram or Facebook channel with all 5 hashtags as below: #SIPE2021 #NewNormalLife #Seoul #SeoulPhotojournalism #Welkeeps

*Please, capture not a photo itself, but capture it with backgrounds.

Winner announcement

December 15, 2021

Prizes

  1. Prize 1 (2 winners): Haechi Doll + Haechi Figures + Haechi Pens + 50 KF94 Masks 
  2. Prize 2 (3 winners): Haechi Figures + Haechi Pens + 25 KF94 Masks
  3. Prize 3 (20 winners): $10 worth of Amazon Gift Card
*KF94 Masks are provided by Welkeeps, Korea's no. 1 mask brand.

What is Haechi? 

Haechi, the symbol of Seoul, is an ancient mythical animal that is a guardian of justice and safety and a bringer of happiness and good fortune!

Haechi was selected as a symbol of Seoul in 2008.

You can find gallant statues of Haechi in Seoul’s travel spots, such as Gwanghwamun or Gyeongbokgung Palace. Also, you will be able to find more Haechi in Seoul this winter!

Enjoy the 2021 Seoul International Photojournalism Exhibition and participate to win prizes including cute Haechi goods and Welkeeps masks!

We will be looking forward to your participation!

Notice

This event is held both on social media channels of Seoul City and the 2021 Seoul International Photojournalism Exhibition.

Seoul City

SIPE 2021

Please Note!

If you upload postings on more than one channel, your postings are counted as one.

Deadline: November 30, 2021

Be the first user of ADDEE app (credit: Ig @funday.korea.networks)

Have you ever thought about new ways to connect with your friends?

Here is your opportunity! ADDEE is unique social networking where you can create stories by simply adding your pictures. ADDEE is a story-creation platform where the users connect photos to engage in conversation. Let's find out whose content gets most photo-connected. The photo stories can be made by yourself or you can even personalize other existing stories from other users and connect with people! Share your creativity and create meaningful picture chain stories!!

Be the first user!! Download ADDEE app and win a day of stay in Paradise City.

Make your ADDEE experience more fun, share your photos and start new conversations!

Check this out!

To win a staycation opportunity in Paradise city Hotel, follow the following steps.

  1. Search ADDEE at Google Play and download ADDEE app (This app is available only for Android mobiles)
  2. Log in with your Google account and add your photo stories to the already existing chains and get engaged in conversations!
  3. Share your own memories with other people and enjoy new ADDEE experiences.
    • Ask your friends to download the app and add stories to YOUR chain to increase your winning chances!
    • Funday Korea is only responsible for the app promotion and we are not the host of the online event

By the end of November 30th, 2021, the participant with the most photo connected wins a da stay at Paradise City.

Thank you for using ADDEE app and please contact info@tris.world for more information!

Deadline: Not listed

Who has been to SKI RESORT in KOREA??

There are so many winter sports activities to try for sure ~

Well, chingudeul who has experience visiting a ski resort or has an interest in winter sports, let's spill to the admin about chingudeul's opinion through the following survey forms.gle/XEAoEafeZGb1xiDL7

️ After submitting the survey, screenshot the final session of the google form and post it in the comments column facebook @Koreatourismorganizationindonesiaoffice, chingu, the admin will randomly select 10 respondents to get souvenirs!

About Survey

Hello. We are from the Korea Sports Tourism Marketing Association.

This survey was conducted to conduct research on “how to revitalize winter sports tourism.”

All answers in this survey will only be used for research purposes, and there are no right or wrong answers, so you are welcome to answer according to your opinion.

Thank you for taking your valuable time out of your busy schedule to participate in this survey.

Thank you.

Deadline: November 29, 2021

Festival de Cine Coreano (credit: Ig @embcorea.chile)

Attention Los Lagos Region!

The Korean Embassy in Chile @embcorea.chile, in collaboration with the Korea Foundation @koreafoundation and the Universidad San Sebastián - Headquarters of Patagonia @usspatagonia, invite you to participate in the "Festival de Cine Coreano" that will take place in the city of Puerto Montt on November 29 and 30.

This film series will be held in the Aula Magna of the USS Headquarters of the Patagonis, located in Lake Panguipulli 1390 Population Pichi Pelluco, Puerto Montt.

The purpose of this activity is to bring Korean culture closer to the regions of Chile🇨🇱, and to strengthen ties between both countries on the eve of the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Chile and Korea next year 2022.

The films to be shown are in the original Korean language with Spanish subtitles:

Monday 29

12:00 Assassination

16:00: Little Forest

Tuesday 30

12:00 Assassination

16:00 Juror 8

*IMPORTANT: The mobility pass will be required for all attendees *

It is recommended to take into account the following age restrictions:

  • Assassination: Over 15 years old
  • Little Forest: All public
  • Juror 8: Over 12 years old

To register, they must do so through the following link: bit.ly/inscripcion-cine-coreano.

You can also find the link in the link to our Instagram biography (@embcorea.chile).

We hope you can participate in our Korean Film Festival!

Deadline: As soon as possible

Kelas Online Bahasa Korea Gratis! (credit: Twitter @KTOJakarta)

Annyeong, Chingudeul ~,

Come and learn Korean interactively!!

because there will be lots of fun games during class. There are lots of exciting prizes and gadgets with a total prize of millions of rupiah!!

What are you waiting for, hurry up and register yourself at bit.ly/serunyasiswakorea

Topic

Learn Korean through Muslim Friendly Tour

Description

Let's take a free class to learn Korean through Muslim-friendly tours. Of course, this class will be held online and interactively, and there will be many exciting games and prizes that you can get through this class.

This class is open to the public and free, so anyone can take part in this class. Including beginners who are learning Korean for the first time. Come on, hurry up and register yourself now.

Time

Dec 3, 2021, 02:00 PM in Jakarta

Notes

  1. Classes are limited to a maximum of 500 participants
  2. Due to the limited quota of participants, all participants are advised to enter the class (zoom event) early
  3. Access to the class (zoom event) will be closed if the number of participants in the class has reached 500 participants
  4. This online class is free and free of charge
Deadline: November 27, 2021

2021 Asia Dance Community Choreo-Lab Showcase (credit: acc.go.kr)

Launched in 2019, the Asia Dance Community Choreographer LAB is an ambitious initiative to support experimental projects and help choreographers unleash their creativity. This year, five choreographers were selected as participants through an international call. A two-month residency that followed included research, mentorship, and collaborations, and their creative outputs are presented in this showcase.

Date: 2021.11.27 (Sat)

Time: 15:00

Place: Theater 2

Age Limit: For ages 8 and old

Person: 255

Price: Free

Ticket: ACC Website/ Call Center/ Ticket Booth

Contact: +82-1899-5566

About

Launched in 2019, the Asia Dance Community Choreographer LAB is an ambitious initiative to support experimental projects and help choreographers unleash their creativity. This year, five choreographers were selected as participants through an international call. A two-month residency that followed included research, mentorship, and collaborations, and their creative outputs are presented in this showcase.

Schedule

* Each choreographer’s showcase runs for around 20 minutes. The order of the showcases is subject to change.

Program

Match

A fight is a word representing a situation, and a scene is a word representing a play. Right now, I am thinking of the similarities and differences between a situation and a play. I feel that a situation has a more dramatic element and that situations exist within a play. To make the image more accurate, let’s take a performer somewhere. Anywhere is fine. And then, take out your phone. Now, let’s take a video of the situation. How about we capture the play next?

Choreography/Director: Park Yura

Dramaturg: Kim Eunhan

Producer: Yang Jiwool

Advisor: Bae Jinho

WANT

“WANT” focuses on the physical manifestation of emotions and the indexical that the body holds. An index is one of the three semiotic types: a symbol, icon, or index. They are comparable with a “trace,” and the work approaches to dance and movement as an index or trace of emotions. Objects of materialized sentiments such as calligraphy and talismans have been researched and applied to the choreographic process.

In Korean art, the Korean “Han” is always mentioned. “Han” is often argued to be restrained yet sublime, contributing to the unique Korean beauty. The choreographer questions if this aesthetic has become a mechanism that forces perseverance in our bodies. Furthermore, the artist “wants” the ability to release personal pain instead of enduring and the sympathy to deal with such a case to be transmitted from body to body.

Choreography: Lee Seiseung

Music: Kim Yeji

Video: Yun Daewon

Costume: Noh Hwayeon

Performers: Lee Seiseung, Kim Yeji

Unleash mind and movement

Finding the independence of the body, Unleash your mind and movements. Koreans are individual and Gwangju is a city of high democracy. I am interested in the freedom of movement to look for my individuality. Pungmul performance reflects the thought and freedom movement of Korean folk culture. So I used these raw materials to create in my performance.

Choreography/performance: Padung Jumpan

Video: Padung Jumpan

Janggu: Lee Sun-mi

Pungmul group: Gul-lim, Ul-lim

Research on the Dramaturgy of Skin and Space-Scene 1

The “Dramaturgy of Skin and Space-Scene” is one hypothesis to finding a choreographic method that will continue from now on. Based on a reawakened awareness of the body and space, the relation between all “bodies” in a theater is looked at organically. Based on the workflow attempting to create a time where the movements of different scales coexist inside and outside of the body and space, the work focuses on the body that wishes to meet the world by passing through all sorts of senses, signs, states, and roles, while also focusing on the dynamic of the sense itself. Composed as the first step of this process through the residency, this scene assumes a fictional theatrical space that could exist somewhere, sometime. Where is this theater constructed from? Can the movements inside and outside the skin and in small and large bodies resonate or describe each other? That is to dream about.

Choreography/Performance: Hur Yunkyung

Music: Kim Hyunsoo

Lighting Design: Seo Gayeong

Ballet for all

Recently, the Korean ballerina Park Sae-eun has garnered considerable attention as she became the etoile (star) of the Paris Opera Ballet. Korean media praised the ballerina for spreading Korea’s potential and called it a “case similar to Kim Yuna dominating the ice skating world.“ Ballet has become a major art genre in Korea, and K-ballet is being exported overseas. So how did ballet, a traditional European dance, become such a prominent field in Korea? This probably goes back to the national investment trying to catch up with advanced Western culture during the modernization era after the Korean War, which also led to the public romanticizing Western behavior and attitude, believing and praising ballet to be the representation of “beauty.” This project is a proposal that traces the rapid development of Korean ballet and the aesthetics it leads while questioning how the ballet industry has steadily established itself as an elitist art field. It is also a process that looks for the vibration of the aesthetics of ballet that has congealed in an attempt to find the “ballet for all” in various ages and bodies of people in their 70s, 30s, and teens.

Choreography: Yoon Sangeun

Performers: Yoo Soonduk, Yoo Jimin, Yoon Sangeun

Co-researcher: Shon Yewoon

Operator: Park Taein

Music: Kim Eun Soo’s Music for Ballet Class vol.13 “Soiree”

Cast: Kang Minhyeong

Interviewee: Noh Yoonjeong, Park Seungah, Yang Huiji, Yoon Danoo, and Hong Jooyeon

Choreographer

Park Yura

Born in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do, she moved to Seoul during middle school to study traditional dance.

After graduating, she worked as a dancer and performer, meeting great seniors and colleagues, and expanded her perspective to performing arts. She continues to study the body and exploration of performance and expects that the intersection of the two will realize her choreography.

Lee Seiseung

Lee Seiseung is currently working as an independent choreographer, performance director, and dance educator. He majored in choreography at the Korea National University of Arts and continues to study the theory. He started the organization “SangBang,” a group that shares contact improvisation with many people, with his colleagues in 2012. His choreography is mainly based on research that goes between small dance history and big History. In addition, he strives for horizontal collaboration when working with others. His major work includes “Han(2020),” an unraveling of the delicate movements of Korean dance, “Fire Study(2019),” a response to the group dancing format in historical modern dance, and “Three Drums Dance(2019),” a performance on dance copyright issues.

Padung Jumpan

Padung Jumpan has been working with Pichet Klunchun Dance Company as full-time dancer since 2010. He is one of the main dancers of the company’s group performances: “Chui Chai”, “Nijinsky Siam”, “Black and White”, “Tam Kai”, “Nay Nai”, “Dancing with Death” and “Bird”. He has been touring with the company in Europe, America, and Asia until now. In 2018, he received a scholarship from Asian Cultural Council to attend the 6-week dance camp, “American Dance Festival” at Duke University, North Carolina, USA. Recently in 2019, he presented his first solo dance piece called “The boy next door” at Chang Theatre as an individual artist. In 2021 he received a scholarship from Asia Culture Center to attend the 2-month “Asia Dance Community Choreographer LAB”.

Hur Yunkyung

She has been steadily working as a choreographer, dancer, and performer for various works. Her works include “Theater of Miniature Spaces(2018-2020),” “Implicitly Anywhere(2017-2019),” “Daily-life Translator(2018-2019),” and ”Space-ship(2016-2017).” Her work is based on the belief about the possibility of body-to-body sympathy, and she aims to discover diversity in stage language. She has experience working as a choreographer and performer for various works in theater, art, interdisciplinary art, and she is interested in accumulating a cycle of the multifaceted and multi-layered approach of the body based on her experience. Currently, her focus is on the body that exists as a perspective in multiple contexts and as an integrated basic medium that can transform freely.

Yoon Sangeun

Choreographer Yoon Sangeun graduated with a Ballet degree from the Ewha Woman's University and the School of Dance at Korea National University of Arts. What interests her is finding the points that occur inside and outside the boundaries of “dance“ as she works as a creator, recorder, and educator. While contemplating the attitude that people view things that are still, abandoned, and dead, she has been recently collecting images of women as a specimen to restart her activities. Her major choreographic works include “Divertissement for the Dead Object (2015)”, ”Stretched Love (2018)”, and ”Death Scene (2020).” She is also working closely as a dancer with various choreographers inside the country presenting new perspectives such as Noh Kyeongae, Choi Eunjin, and Seo Yeongran.

Deadline: November 30, 2021

4th New Southern Policy Forum: ASEAN-ROK Cultural Cooperation in the Post COVID-19 Era (credit: overseas.mofa.go.kr/asean-en)

Dear all, the ROK Mission to ASEAN plans to host the 4th New Southern Policy Forum with the theme of “ASEAN-ROK Cultural Cooperation for the Post COVID-19 Era” which will take place on Tuesday, 30 November 2021 at 14.00-15.30 WIB (Jakarta Time) or 16.00-17.30 KST (Seoul Time).

If you are interested, please register for the event through the following link and participate on that day! We are looking forward to seeing you.

About this event

Cultural exchanges are the engine that drives the development of ASEAN-ROK friendly relations. In this regard, the leaders of ASEAN and the ROK decided to enhance mutual understanding and deepen the friendship between ASEAN and the ROK through promoting people mobility and cultural exchanges in the ASEAN-Republic of Korea Joint Vision Statement for Peace, Prosperity and Partnership adopted at the ASEAN-ROK Commemorative Summit in 2019.

However, socio-cultural cooperation has been significantly disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Notwithstanding the current circumstances, the demand and need for cultural exchanges are high across the areas such as arts, music, education, and people-to-people exchanges.

Recognizing the importance of cultural exchanges, the ROK Mission to ASEAN plans to host the 4th New Southern Policy Forum with the theme of “ASEAN-ROK Cultural Cooperation for the Post COVID-19 Era” which will take place on Tuesday, 30 November 2021 at 14.00-15.30 WIB (Jakarta Time) or 16.00-17.30 KST (Seoul Time).

The 4th New Southern Policy Forum aims to:

  • Share information about the status of ASEAN-ROK cultural cooperation implemented through various channels, including ASEAN-Korea Cooperation Fund (AKCF) and ASEAN Culture House (ACH);
  • Review ASEAN-ROK cultural cooperation, especially in light of the Korean Wave (Hallyu), and find implications for the New Southern Policy;
  • Discuss ways to further enhance ASEAN-ROK cultural cooperation for the post-COVID-19 era.

Date and time

Tue, November 30, 2021

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM CST

Registration

Click Eventbrite to register.

Deadline: December 3, 2021

MYKN 2500 Followers Event! (credit: Ig @mykn_en)

To celebrate 2500 followers on our page, we are giving away two BTS Map of the Soul albums as well as various Korean food items!

We will be having more events in the future!

1.000/ 2.500/ 5.000/ 10.000/ 25.000/ 50.000/ 100.000/ 250.000/ 500.000/ 1.000.000

How to participate:

  1. follow @Mykn_en
  2. follow @konogram_com
  3. Share the event post to your story and tag @mykn_en!

When

The event period is from 21.11.22 - 21.12.03 4PM KST

Two winners will be announced on the 6th of December on our page!

What

  1. BTS 4th Original Album Maps of The Seoul: 7
  2. Various Korean food items

@Mykn_en

What we do: Make Your Korean Name for Free!

Personally create a Korean name for you

Find out about Korea while improving your Korean, ONE WORD A DAY!

Get a chance to test what you've learned on our page by taking part in our story quizzes!

Check out our page in Konogram! Where we shared posts from the hottest Korean content creators!

If you follow @Mykn_en, you can improve your Korean while getting to know about Korea!

Deadline: December 7, 2021


Virtual Korea Pavilion Photo Capture EVENT (credit: Ig @koreapavilion2020)

Virtual Korea Pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai with Stray Kids! Let's capture the website!

On 10th November, Virtual Korea Pavilion has finally opened! Enjoy the Virtual Korea Pavillion VR Video introduced by Korea Pavilion Ambassador Stray Kids and get various gifts!

Shall we explore the Virtual Korea Pavilion with Stray Kids? Let’s have a look around and capture the website! Who will be the 3 winners to get a Stray Kids signature Scarf? 

This EVENT is for United Arab Emirates (UAE) residents available to visit Expo 2020 Dubai ONLY‼️

Have a great time with Stray Kids at the Virtual Korea Pavilion ~

[How to Participate?]

  1. Access the Virtual Korea Pavilion's website in koreapavilion2020virtualtour.kr
  2. Watch a VR Video introduced by Stray Kids!
  3. Take a screen capture of Virtual Korea Pavilion and upload the photo on your Instagram account with the hashtag #VirtualKoreaPavilion #OnlineKoreaPavilion_athome
  4. Leave your post URL on the comment of this event post (@koreapavilion2020)
We're going to select 3 winners and give out scarves, so please leave a lot of supportive comments

[Event Period]

Nov 17, 2021 (Wed) ~ Dec 7, 2021 (Tue)

[Prize Announcement]

Dec 10, 2021 (Fri)

[Event Prize]

  • 3 winners: LUCKY SET (Scarf with the signature of Stray Kids + Expo 2020 Dubai 1 Day Ticket + Korean Restaurant meal coupon at Korea Pavilion (AED30))
  • 17 winners: Expo 2020 Dubai 1 Day Ticket + Korean Restaurant meal coupon at Korea Pavilion (AED30)

※Korean restaurant meal coupon and Signature scarf will be given on the site only.

[Event Notification]

  • If you do not reply to the prize-related personal information after the winner is announced, the prize will be canceled.
  • We collect personal information to send prizes.
  • It is not used for purposes other than confirmation of participation in the event and delivery of prizes.

Caution

  • All events never require card information.
  • If you get a call or message pretending to be our event, please report it to our official Instagram account DM.

Deadline: November 29, 2021

2021 K-Culture Festival in Malaysia (credit: Fb @koreanembassykl)

Anyeonghaseiyo (안녕하세요)~

Calling for all Malaysian public to our 2021 K-Culture Festival (K-Film & K-Play) in Malaysia!

K-Film

Free Screening Dates: 

2-5 December 2021

Redemption period: 

November 29, 2021 (Mon) from 12 noon onwards

Venue: 

Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC), Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur

How to redeem the free tickets?

  • Free Tickets for the 2021 Korean Film Festival in Malaysia movies can be redeemed via GSC e-payment (website, mobile app) and, via GSC MV e-kiosk are limited for the Korean Film Festival 2021!
  • Worry not, each ticket comes with a GSC combo set (popcorn and mineral water), based on a first-come, first-served basis, while tickets last!

K-Play

Come to GSC Mid Valley and play to win Korean goodies & vouchers!!!

  • Tuho Nori
  • Ddakji
  • Ketingting
  • Baling Slipper

For more information, visit the websites below: gsc.com.my | mys.mofa.go.kr

P/s: Don’t forget to use our hashtag #kculturefestivalmalaysia

See you guys there!

Deadline: November 27, 2021

Event 2. Poster Sharing Event ‘2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop’ (credit: Fb @akcsns)

Event!

‘2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop’ will be held as an online workshop on 29 November 2021.

The workshop is co-hosted by the ASEAN-Korea Centre, the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism of Lao PDR, and the Ministry of Tourism of the Kingdom of Cambodia. 

Please share this post on your SNS and leave a link (URL) in the comments!

Pre-registration is required to participate in the event.

[How to participate] 

*In turn as below

  1. Pre-registration is needed at first. (URL: forms.gle/QZCaECwmXXuUrsvn8)
  2. Follow the ASEAN-Korea Centre's Facebook page @akcsns or Instagram @asean_korea_centre.
  3. Share this post on your SNS.
  4. Leave the link (URL address) you shared in the comments of this post-Facebook or Instagram event post!

[Event period]

2021.11.23 (Tue) 12:00 ~ 2021.11.27 (Sat) 12:00

[Winners]

20 people (Random draw)

[Prize]

Facebook: Amazon gift card 10$

Instagram: Starbucks gift card 10,000 won

[The date of the announcement]

2021. 12. 01 (Wed)

[Event Notice]

Event 3. YouTube live viewing comment event/ November 29, 2021 (Mon) 11:30-16:30

[Winning Tip]

If you participate in Events 1, 2, and 3, your chance of winning increases!

Deadline: November 29, 2021

2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity-Building Workshop (credit: aseankorea.org)

The Future of Tourism: Challenges and Opportunities Cambodia & Lao PDR 

Event Overview

Date

29 November (Monday) 11:00 ~ 16:30 (KST)

Venue

YouTube Live Streaming

Registration 

Pre-registration required to participate in the online workshop

*Link: forms.gle/QZCaECwmxXXuUrsvn8

Detailed Schedule

Opening 11:00~11:20

[Lao PDR Session] 11:20~13:10

The Future of Tourism: Changes in tourism consumption trend after COVID-19

Keynote Address

New Trends in Tourism: How travelers change their travel patterns after COVID-19
Mr. Paul Pruangkarn
Director, Communication & External Affairs, Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)

Presentation 1

Tourism Industry Trends after COVID-19
Mr. Lee Sang-Jin
Director, Solution Business, Yanolja

Presentation 2

Current Tourism Trends and Keywords in Lao PDR
Mr. Khom Douangchantha
Director-General, Tourism Marketing Department, Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism of Lao PDR

Presentation 3

The Direction of Tourism Policy in the Post COVID-19 era
Dr. Kim Hyun-Ju
Research Fellow, Korea Culture & Tourism Research Institute

[Panel Discussion] The Future of Tourism, its changes, and challenges

Break 13:10~14:30

[Cambodia Session] 14:30~16:30

Challenges and Opportunities: Embracing the changes and exploring the challenges in the COVID-19 era focusing on human resource development

Presentation 1

Post COVID-19 Tourism in Korea: Focusing on Human Resource Development
Mr. Hwang Seung-hyun
Executive Director, Korea Tourism Organization

Presentation 2

Human Development Policy in Tourism Sector amid COVID-19 in Cambodia
H.E. TRY Chhiv
Advisor of Tourism & Director, International and Cooperation and ASEAN, Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia

Presentation 3

Future Tourism Education Strategies: What are the issues and how to prepare
Dr. Shin Hak-seung
Assistant Professor, Hanyang University

[Panel Discussion] Draw up countermeasures for the COVID-19 crisis in the tourism industry

Secretariat of 2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop

Tel. 02-761-9691 | E-mail. haley@jennyconvention.com

Deadline: December 17, 2021

"Gauchos" Exhibition by Luis Fabini (credit: kf.or.kr)

From November 17 to December 17, 2021, the Korea Foundation (KF) presents the Gauchos photography exhibition, held both on-site at the KF Gallery and online as a VR exhibition, in collaboration with the Embassy of Uruguay in South Korea. This is renowned Uruguayan photographer Luis Fabini (1965~)’s first exhibition in Korea, providing an opportunity to explore the culture and nature of Uruguay through photographs of gauchos, Uruguayan cowboys who coexist with nature through their unique lifestyle. Organized in cooperation with the Museum of Pre-Columbian and Indigenous Art (MAPI), the exhibition features 33 platinum palladium photographs, as well as eight color photographs printed on handmade Japanese awagami paper.

Harboring a deep interest in Uruguayan cultural heritage, Fabini captures the deep relationship between humans and horses in his photographs, particularly with the publication of his first collection of photographs, titled Gauchos (2012), and its successor, Cowboys of the Americas (2016). Anthropologist Wade Davis, an explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society, said: "Luis Fabini's photographs are a stunning evocation of a unique way of life, the culture of the cowboys. But they are also a celebration of one of most extraordinary relationships between species." Horses may run toward danger while gauchos are riding them, but eventually, humans and horses understand each other and are able to coexist, running in the same direction. As a result, humans became able to travel hitherto unimaginable distances on horsebacks, with the sight of horses galloping over the earth creating pure and beautiful scenery. Fabini's portraits of gauchos are thus as much about humans and horses as about the land where both coexist.

Fabini spent several months living with Uruguayan gauchos to fully understand their way of life while capturing them on film. His photographs are not staged but show life at its most authentic. In contrast to contemporary society, in which rapid consumption reigns supreme, Fabini's photographs reveal gauchos’ simple, strict, and proud approach to life as they preserve the traditions of the land where they were born and raised. Visitors and viewers of the exhibition will be able to feel that living like a gaucho today means the infinite affirmation of one's own way of life.

Fabini's photographs are included in collections in Europe and the United States and have been published around the world in magazines such as Outside, Stern, and the French edition of GEO. This exhibition will provide visitors and viewers with the unique opportunity to enjoy works by an international photographer while virtually traveling to the north of Uruguay. We hope that this exhibition will allow viewers to feel closer to the life and culture of people in Uruguay, the antipode of Korea, and witness the harmonious coexistence between humans and nature and between tradition and modernity.

Advance booking is temporarily required to visit the KF Gallery

Book a visit at the KF Gallery:

Booking Online

Period

2021 .11.17 (WED) - 2021 .12.17 (FRI)

Closed on Sundays and national holidays

Time

(MON)-S(FRI) | 10:00 - 19:00

(SAT) | 10:00 - 16:00

Visitors should be aware that the schedule may be changed due to circumstances related to COVID-19.

Inquiries

P | 02-2151-6500 

E | kfcenter@kf.or.kr

H | www.kf.or.kr 

F | facebook.co/kfglobalcenter

Host

The Korea Foundation

The Embassy of Uruguay in South Korea

The Museum of Pre-Columbian and Indigenous Art (MAPI)

Venue

KF Gallery

West Tower 2nd FL., Mirae Asset CENTER1, 26 Euljiro 5-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul (04539)

Deadline: December 14, 2021

Korea.net Reader Satisfaction Survey (credit: Fb @KoreaClickers)

Hi guys! Korea.net is holding a year-end web service evaluation survey. They are giving out Amazon gift cards among the participants so nothing to lose 0-0 Spare some time and stop by to help us improve.

Thanks to all of our readers from around the world for another great year. To improve our content and services, please fill out this reader survey and get a chance to win a USD 10 Amazon gift card!   

Period: Nov. 24, 2021 - Dec.14, 2021

Award: USD 10 Amazon gift card (150 winners) 

Announcement of winners: Dec. 22, 2021

Take the survey here: stat.mcst.go.kr/mcst/srvy/webNew.html?seq=W_4575

Thanks a lot!

Deadline: November 26, 2021

Graduate Institute of Ferrous & Energy Materials Technology (GIFT) offers an Internship Program (Student Research Participation Program) in the summer and winter sessions. 3rd and 4th-year undergraduate students, who are very interested in Ferrous Technology studies, systems and backgrounds, and/or in GIFT lab activities and systems, are encouraged to participate in our internship program.

Overview

  • The duration of the GIFT Internship program is approximately one month.
  • Free student dormitory housing and transportation
  • (for international applicants, round trip airfare economy only, for Korean applicants, KTX or Bus fare) will be provided.
  • The living expense will be assisted.

Required Application Documents

  1. Application Form (Korean) DOWNLOAD
  2. Application Form (Foreigner) DOWNLOAD
  3. An Official Academic Transcripts in English
    • If transcripts do not indicate GPA(Grade Point Average), the applicant must convert the letter grades appropriately into GPA and show it on the application document.
  4. Personal Statement(Primarily the description of the applicant’s study plan) DOWNLOAD
  5. Verification of English proficiency (TOEFL score or the Equivalent)
  6. Agreement for utilizing personal information (Korean) DOWNLOAD
  7. Agreement for utilizing personal information (Foreigner) DOWNLOAD

Schedule for the Internship Program

Session Summer Winter
Application Deadline 2nd week of May end of November
Final Result’s Announcement 1st week of June end of December
Period of the Program July January

You can apply at any time by e-mail with the required application documents.

But it should be noticed that your application will be evaluated only if it is submitted to a deadline: the second Friday of May for the summer session and the fourth Friday of November for the winter session.

Send application documents by e-mail to the staff in charge of admission: Eun Mi Jung  enmei@postech.ac.kr.

For detailed information visit GIFT Internship Program

Deadline: November 25, 2021

 2021 Asia Culture Center’s International Academic Conference (credit: acc.go.kr)

ASIA SHIFT: New Leap of Asia in the Midst of a Disaster

ACC would like to prepare an opportunity to forecast and prepare for the future unfolding by looking at the past of Asia, the change in the Asian culture has made in the turning point of an age that represent socio-culturally such as COVID-19, the Anthropocene, climate crisis, technological changes, human rights, gender equality, immigrant refugees, etc.

We expect you to join our event via webinar.

Registers will receive URLs on the date of the event.

Date

2021. 11. 25 (Thu) ~ 11. 26 (Fri)  Korea Standard Time (KST)

Place

Conference Hall

Price

Free

Ticket

Online registration

Host

The Asia Culture Center (ACC)

Organizer

International Academic Event Organizing Committee

Cooperation

Chonnam National University KOR Consortium

Others

Livestreaming on ACC YouTube online channel

Online Registration

Invitation

We are very glad to inform you that the Asian Culture Center in Gwangju Metropolitan City is holding the 2021 ACC International Academic Conference on Asian Culture Research from November 25 to 26, 2021.

The Asian Culture Center, which opened in November 2015, is an international arts institution and the largest complex culture and art institution in Asia and reinforces national cultural competence and produces future-oriented new outcomes through research, exchange and creation, production, etc.

Gwangju, where the Asia Culture Center is located, is a city with diverse cultural heritages and the spiritual values of democracy, human rights, and peace. The Korean government has been developing Gwangju as an Asian culture hub since 2004, and the city is developing as a local community pursuing cultural diversity.

The Asian Culture Center has prepared a place for exchanges between researchers and creators and played an important role in understanding, creating, and spreading Asian culture and arts by holding an international academic conference where well-known Asian researchers and citizens meet since 2015.

Through this academic conference, we would like to prepare an opportunity to forecast and prepare for the future unfolding by looking at the past of Asia, the change in the Asian culture has made in the turning point of an age that represent socio-culturally such as COVID-19, the Anthropocene, climate crisis, technological changes, human rights, gender equality, immigrant refugees, etc. At the same time, we would like to invite you to discuss the strategy of Asia in response to such changes in each field.

In this academic conference, we will provide various programs such as viewing representative contents, a next-generation round table, etc. along with the international symposium. Together with this invitation, we will inform you of the matters required for this academic event.

Your participation will give great inspiration for the Asia Culture Center to form a creative contemporary discourse and will provide innovative help in spreading exchanges and expanding the base of Asian cultural research.

Thank you very much.

Program

Day 1: Nov 25 (Thu)

Keynote Session
10:00 ~ 10:05 Opening Session Introduction
10:05 ~ 10:35 Climate Environmental Crisis Climate Change Implications in SEA With Focus on Environmental Phillippine Cases
Park, Sang Chul
Distinguished Chair Professor of Chonnam National University
11:05 ~ 11:35 Content Tilting the Platform: Asian Interactive Arts in the Age of Pandemic Worldliness
Timothy Murray
Professor of Cornell University
Opening Event
13:00 ~ 13:05 Welcome Speech
13:05 ~ 13:10 Congratulatory Speech
13:10 ~ 14:00 Tour the Library Park and Special Exhibition
Humanities Session
1. Human Rights/Democracy/Immigration Refugees in Asia
Moderator Kim, Kyunghak Professor of Chonnam National University
14:00 ~ 14:05 Opening Session Introduction
14:05 ~ 14:25 Presentation 1 Domestic and Regional Dimensions of Yemeni Crisis: What a Practical Solution looks like?
Mohammad Hasan KHANI
Faculty Member & Head of Department of International Relations, Imam Sadiq University
14:25 ~ 14.45 Presentation 2 The Syrian Refugee Crisis and Its Impact on Relations Between Turkey and the European Union
Sadik Unay
Professor of Istanbul University
14:45 ~ 15:05 Presentation 3 Citizenship and Human Rights in Nepal: Focused on the Minority Groups and the Women
Park, Jeong Seok
Professor of Mokpo National University
15:05 ~ 15:25 Presentation 4 The Life of Ethnic Minorities at the Northern Borderland of Vietnam in the Era of the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Symptoms of Crisis in the Transnationality of Everyday life
Shim, Ju Hyung
Research Professor of Incheon National University
15:25 ~ 15:35 Break Time
15:35 ~ 15:55 Presentation 5 Changes in Karen Resettlement Villages in Thailand-Myanmar Border After COVID-19 and Military Coup in Myanmar
Han, Yuseok
Academic Research Professor of Jeonbuk National University
15.55 ~ 16:15 Presentation 6 The Life of Migrant Muslims in Korea: Social Adjustment and Exclusion
Yi, Soo Jeong
Senior Researcher of the Sogang Euro-Mena Institute
16:15 ~ 16:35 Discussion Park, Seunghoon
Researcher of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Sung, Dong Ki
Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Inha University
16:35 ~ 16:45
Break Time
Humanities Session
2. Climate and Environment
Moderator Hong, Seok-Joon Professor of Mokpo National University
16:45 ~ 16:50 Opening Session Introduction
16:50 ~ 17:10 Presentation 1 Soil Water Environment and Vegetation Construction of Artificial Vegetation in Fenhe River BasinNiu JunjieProfessor of Taiyuan Normal University
17:10 ~ 17:30 Presentation 2 Mongolia’s Land Degradation Status and Vision Towards Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality
Mandrake Nyamtseren
Researcher of Institute Geoecology Mongolian Academy of Sciences
17:30 ~ 17:50 Presentation 3 Engaging Communities in Integrated Heritage Conservation: Lessons Learned From the UNESCO's Nature-Culture Linkages in MalaysiaSharina Abdul HalimSenior Lecturer of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
17:50 ~ 18:10 Presentation 4 Climate and Ethics
Baek, Jin
Professor of Seoul National University
18:10 ~ 18:30 Presentation 5 Ecological Environment Problems in Central Asia and Seeking Solutions - Collaboration Between Government and Civil Society
Lee, Jieon
Professor of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
18:30~18:40
Break Time
18:40~19:00 Discussion Lee, Gyeong Ah
Research Professor of Institution for Marine & Island Cultures (MIC)
Hong, Sunkee
Professor of Mokpo National University

Day 2: Nov 26 (Fri)

Humanities Session
3. Women and Gender
Moderator Lee, Pyung Rae Professor of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
10:00 ~ 10:05 Opening Session Introduction
10:05 ~ 10:25 Presentation 1 The Triple Crisis of Vulnerability: Gendered Violence, Climate Catastrophes, and COVID-19 in Asia
Huong Thu Nguyen
Lecturer of Vietnam National University of Hanoi
Helle Rydstrom
Professor of Lund University Sweden
10:25 ~ 10:45 Presentation 2 Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Gender Equality: Experiences of Women in Urban India
Priyanshi Chauhan
Sylff Fellow of Jawaharlal Nehru University
10:45 ~ 11:05 Presentation 3 Challenges and Opportunities in Preventing Human Trafficking and Protecting Victims: Special Reference to Nepal
Jeevan Baniya
Assistant Director of Social Science Baha
11:05 ~ 11:25 Presentation 4 Gender Equality Reforms in UzbekistanRihsiyeva GulchehraRector of the Oriental Studies, Tashkent State University
11:25 ~ 11:30 Break Time
11:30 ~ 11:50 Presentation 5 LGBTQ Rights as a Tool for Domination in Palestine
Wajaa Alqaisiya
Research Associate of the London School of Economics and Political Science
11:50 ~ 12:10 Presentation 6 Searching for the Independent Image of Women in Kyrgyz Literature
Lee, Nan A
Research Professor of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
12:10 ~ 12:30 Discussion Shin, Boram
Assistant Professor of Jeonbuk National University
Han, Dam
HK+ Research Professor of Wonkwang University
12:30 ~ 13:30 Break Time
Humanities Session
4. Reinterpretation of Asian Culture and Cultural Exchange in Asia
Moderator Chun, Hong Chul Professor of Woosuk University
13:30 ~ 13:35 Opening Session Introduction
13:35 ~ 13:55 Presentation 1 Reinterpretation of Japanese Food Culture — The Globalization of Sushi and Ramen
Asakura Toshio
Visiting Senior Researcher of Ritsumeikan University
13:55 ~ 14:15 Presentation 2 A Textual Research on Sogdia Merchant and Horse-Trader
Zhang Qingjie
Special Invitation Researcher of Yungang Grottoes Research Institute
14:15 ~ 14:35 Presentation 3 Mongolian Music Culture and Environment
Park, So Hyun
Professor of Yeungnam University
14:35 ~ 14:55 Presentation 4 Modern Transformation and Continuation of Mithila Painting in Indian Ritual Art
Shin, Chang-woon
Artist
14:55 ~ 15:15 Presentation 5 Was Confucius's Zhou Dynasty Real?
Lee, Jong Min
Professor of DongA University
15:15 ~ 15:25 Break Time
15:25 ~ 16:45 Discussion Song, Chul-GyouSpecialized Professor of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Joo, Soowan
Assitant Professor of Woosuk University
15:45 ~ 16:00 Break Time
Content Session
1. Cases of Creating and Producing Content Based on ACC Research
Moderator Kim, Hyung Su Professor
16:00 ~ 16:05 Opening Introduction Session
16:05 ~ 16:25 Presentation 1 Asian Intangible Cultural Heritage Documentary Production and Exhibition Project Through Cooperation With Domestic and Foreign Institutions
Park, Chi Dae
Team Leader of Educational Broadcasting System (EBS)
16:25 ~ 16:45 Presentation 2 The Case of ACC-type Content Development: The 2021 Refrigerator Illusion Exhibition
Shim, Hyoyoon
Research Planning Team Leader of Asia Culture Institute
Content Session
2. Transformation of Digital Reality in the Era of New Normal
Moderator Kim, Hyung Su Professor
17:05 ~ 17:25 Presentation 2 Reality Science
Naotaka Fujii
Distinguished Professor of Digital Hollywood University
17:25 ~ 17:45 Presentation 3 Designing UX for Dynamic Space Cognitive Media Wall
Bak, Young Hyo
Fellowship Researcher of Yonsei University
17:45 ~ 17:50 Ending Session Wrap-up
17:50 ~ 18:00 Closing Speech Organizing Committee Chair
Prof. Lee, Hee Soo
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