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Making the Kimchi Chronicles

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Banker to the World

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Length: 40s

On July 21st, 2011, Ambassador Thomas Hubbard, chairman of The Korea Society,  moderated a discussion with William Rhodes ab…

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Please Look After Mom

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Length: 27s

On March 24th, 2011, Jin Young Choi, professor of American literature (emeritus) at Chung-Ang University and the University of No…

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Keynote Address by Ambassador Kathleen Stephens

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Length: 51s

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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's remarks at The Korea Society 2011 Annual Dinner

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The Park Chung Hee Era: The Transformation of South Korea

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China's Approach to North Korea

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North-South Korean Issues

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Modern Korean Literature: Searching for Identity at Home and in the World

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On February 17, 2011, The Korea Society’s Korea In-Depth Lecture Series hosted scholar Ann Choi Wan for a lecture entitled, “Modern Korean Literature: Searching for Identity at Home and in the World.” Wan contrasted the themes of roma…

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Ratifying the FTA: Beyond Beef and Cars

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Length: 1s

On February 16, 2011, The Korea Society hosted a panel discussion with Ambassador Thomas Hubbard, Chartis’ Jeffrey Hayman, J.P.Morgan’s Samuel Nam, and Citigroup’s Evan Alexander on the benefits of the KORUS FTA for commercial and inv…

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Doing Business with Korea

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Length: 56s

On December 9, 2010, The Korea Society and the World Affairs Council of Atlanta presented a panel on “Doing Business with Korea” at The Commerce Club in Atlanta, Geor…

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The Missionary Experience in Korea

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After the G20: Issues & Outlook

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From Autumn to Winter’s Eve

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On November 17, 2010, Minji Park, a winner at the 2010 World Korean Traditional Performing Arts Competition in New York, performed a program of music at The Korea Society on the …

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Lead Up to the G20: Final Preparations and Innovations

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Length: 56s

On October 20, 2010, Dr. Colin Bradford, a leading voice on the “new dynamics of summitry,” spoke to The Korea Society about final preparations and innovations for the upcoming G20 meeting of world leaders. He discussed Korean hopes for the…

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Religion in Contemporary Korea

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Length: 1s

On August 10, 2010, Dr. John Goulde, professor of religion and director of the Asian Studies Program at Sweet Briar College, spoke at The Korea Society to middle- and high-school teachers as part of the New York City Department of Education’s Aft…

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Lead Up to the G20: Dynamics and Issue Areas

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On October 6, 2010, Dr. Marcus Noland, deputy director and senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, spoke to The Korea Society about the dynamics of the G20 summit and the issue areas that will be addressed.

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Traditional Thought and Values in Korea

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Length: 1s

On August 10, 2010, Dr. John Goulde, professor of religion and director of the Asian Studies Program at Sweet Briar College, spoke at The Korea Society to middle- and high-school teachers as part of the New York City Department of Education’s Aft…

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Lead Up to the G20: Korea as Convener

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Length: 43s

On September 15, 2010, Colin Bradford, Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution and the Centre for Global Governance Innovation, and a leading voice on the “new dynamics of summitry,” spoke to The Korea Society about the November G20 Seou…

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From Security to Economic Partnership: Toward Ratification of the FTA

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Length: 1s

On June 2, 2010, the Korea Society hosted a forum on the pending Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement. The event featured a distinguished panel of experts, including Thomas F. McLarty, President of McLarty Associates and former Chief of Staff for President …

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History of Korea Part II

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On August 4, 2008, Dr. Charles Armstrong, director of the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University, presented a two-part overview of Korean history at The Korea Society in New York. In this second lecture, Dr. Armstrong discusses modern Korean…

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Of Touchscreens and Clouds: Korea's Competitive Edge

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Length: 52s

On May 12, 2010, Henry Seggerman, Korean stock-market specialist and manager of the Korea International Investment Fund, spoke to The Korea Society about how the adoption of two technologies--touchscreens and "cloud computing"--presents new opportuniti…

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In the Wake: Weighing Korean Options After the Cheonan Sinking

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Length: 49s

On April 27, 2010, The Korea Society convened a panel of experts to discuss possible Korean responses to the sinking of the Cheonan, a Republic of Korea Navy ship. Ambassador Thomas C. Hubbard, chairman of The Korea Society; John Delury, associate dire…

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North Korea as a Challenge to Security and Stability in Northeast Asia

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On March 26, 2010, The Korea Society presented a panel discussion at the Association for Asian Studies annual meeting in Philadelphia on the security challenges that North Korea poses to Northeast Asia. Moderated by The Korea Society president Evans J.…

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Korean Film in Focus: A Conversation with Director Bong Joon-Ho

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On February 25, 2010, Bong Joon-ho, director of the critically acclaimed films Barking Dogs Never Bite, Memories of Murder, and The Host, visited The Korea Society to talk about his filmmaking method, career in the Korean movie industry, and newest rel…

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History of Korea Part I

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On August 4, 2008, Dr. Charles Armstrong, director of the Center for Korean Research at Columbia University, presented a two-part overview of Korean history at The Korea Society in New York. In this first lecture, he provides a general introduction to…

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Korean Ghost Stories: Interview with Director Lee Min-hong

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Length: 11s

This November and December, The Korea Society is screening episodes from Korean Ghost Stories, KBS' popular and long-running television series. Known in Korea as Hometown of Legend, the series has thrilled Korean audiences with tales of the supernatura…

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Rhythms to Make the Heart Beat Faster

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On September 30, 2009, Minji Kim, traditional percussionist, dancer, and a Republic of Korea 2009 Korean Traditional Artist-in-Residence, performed an evening of folk music on the changgo, an hourglass drum at the heart of traditional Korean music. The…

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Korean Cars Drive to the Top: A Look at the Korean Car Industry

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On September 9, 2009, Don Southerton, author, Korean business expert, and president and CEO of Bridging Culture Worldwide, shared his insights into the Korean car industry with the members of The Korea Society, and explained how Hyundai and Kia Motors …

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Meeting with H.E. Lee Myung-bak

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Length: 19s

On September 21, 2009, His Excellency Lee Myung-bak, 17th President of the Republic of Korea, spoke in New York at a program presented by The Korea Society, Asia Society, and the Council on Foreign Relations.

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China-North Korea Relations: 60 Years Between Friction and Cooperation

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On June 24th, 2009, James Person, coordinator of the North Korea International Documentation Project (NKIDP) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, spoke to The Korea Society about the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's complex a…

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Cybercrime and the Global Economy: Implications for South Korea and the U.S.

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Length: 45s

On July 21, 2009, Joseph V. DeMarco, a partner at DeVore & DeMarco LLP, who specializes in counseling clients on information privacy and security, theft of intellectual property, computer intrusions, online fraud, employee malfeasance and crisis ma…

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Interview with Director Park Chan-wook

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Length: 18s

South Korean star director Park Chan-wook (JSA, Old Boy), has thrilled both critics and audiences in his native country for a decade. His "vengeance" trilogy brought international recognition, including a Cannes Film Festival Grand Prize (2008) and a J…

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TradINNOVAtion: New Trends in Contemporary Korean Architecture

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On April 14, 2009, Doojin Hwang, the principal of Doojin Hwang Architects and author of Where is your Seoul? and Hanok is Back, spoke to The Korea Society about the theory, design, and methodology behind the "creative restoration" of Korean cities. Kno…

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Quick & Easy Korean Cooking

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Length: 41s

On May 7, 2009, Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee, author of Eating Korean: From Barbecue to Kimchi, Recipes from my Home, visited The Korea Society to speak about about her latest cookbook, Quick & Easy Korean Cooking (Chronicle Books). Lee is also the author o…

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Ambassador Stephen W. Bosworth

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Length: 28s

On June 9, 2009, Ambassador Stephen W. Bosworth, Special Representative for North Korea Policy, addressed members and supporters of The Korea Society at the organization's annual dinner in New York City. Ambassador Bosworth is introduced by Evans J.R. …

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The Obama Administration and an Economy in Distress: Labor and Employment Law Challenges facing Korean Employers Doing Business in the U.S.

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Length: 1s

On April 29, 2009, William J. Milani, Steven Swirsky, Robert S. Groban, Jr. and Michael A. Levine, attorneys at Epstein Becker & Green, P.C., spoke at The Korea Society about the legal challenges facing Korean employers doing business in the United…

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The Religious Revolution in Modern Korean History

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On May 5, 2009, Don Baker, Associate Professor in the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia, spoke about the history of Christianity and religion in Korea with Fred Carriere, The Korea Society's Executive Vice President. The…

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Pojagi: Cloth, Color and Beyond

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Length: 1s

On March 18, 2009, The Korea Society hosted 'Pojagi: Cloth, Color and Beyond,' a panel discussion on the art and history of Korean wrapping cloths. Lee Talbot, assistant curator of The Textile Museum; Seta K. Wehbé, assistant collection manager …

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The Perils of Protectionism: Korea's Foreign Investment Challenge

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Length: 43s

On February 25, 2009, Henry Seggerman, manager of Korea International Investment Fund, the oldest offshore fund invested in South Korea's stock market, spoke to The Korea Society about what he sees as the "perils of protectionism" and the challenges Ko…

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Weathering the Storm: South Korea’s Game Plan for Navigating the Global Recession

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Length: 49s

On March 13, 2009, Yi Jong-Goo, standing commissioner of the Republic of Korea’s Financial Services Commission, spoke at The Korea Society about the current state of the Korean economy and South Korea’s game plan for navigating the global r…

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The Obama Administration and Korea: What’s in the Cards?

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On Sunday, March 1, 2009, Evans J.R. Revere, president of The Korea Society, hosted a panel discussion entitled "The Obama Administration and Korea: What’s in the Cards?" on an episode of Asian America TV on New York's NYC-TV-25. Joining Revere w…

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China's Rise and the Two Koreas: Politics, Economics, Security

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On February 10, 2009, The Korea Society hosted a talk with Scott Snyder, director of the Center for Korea Policy at The Asia Foundation and author of China's Rise and the Two Koreas: Politics, Economics, Security. Snyder spoke about recent developments…

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Korea's Future: The Role of President Lee Myung-Bak's Administration

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On December 4th, 2008, Lee Jae Oh, Senior Visiting Scholar at the U.S.-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University, former Grand National Party Supreme Council member, and campaign manager for Lee Myung-Bak's successful presidential run, spoke with the…

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Reinventing Traditional Korean Music

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On February 28, 2008, critically acclaimed composer and komungo player Yoon-Jeong Heo gave an enthralling performance and lecture to The Korea Society, where she presented traditional and modern pieces, discussed her compositional style and shared the …

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The Future of Korean International Competitiveness

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On June 12, 2008, Joe Fuller, co-founder and CEO of Monitor Group, a leading international consulting firm, spoke to The Korea Society about issues of global governance and strategy that will impact the future development of Korean international compet…

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Lee Myung-bak's First 100 Days in Office: The Roots of a Summer of Discontent?

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On June 23, 2008, a distinguished panel of experts featuring Scott Snyder (The Asia Foundation/Pacific Forum CSIS), Charles K. Armstrong (Columbia University), David Straub (Stanford University) and Youngshik Daniel Bong (American University) convened …

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Republic of Bloggers

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On April 10, 2008, The Korea Society hosted a panel discussion on the blogging cultures of the United States, Korea and Japan and their relationships with participatory democracy. The program was a joint initiative of The Korea Society, Japan Society a…

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The Secret History of Capitalism

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Length: 54s

On January 30, 2008, Ha-Joon Chang, professor of economics at the University of Cambridge, spoke at The Korea Society about his latest book, Bad Samaritans: The Myth of Free Trade and the Secret History of Capitalism. Professor Chang argues that polici…

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President Lee Myung-Bak addresses The Korea Society

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Length: 26s

On April 15, 2008, His Excellency Lee Myung-Bak, the 17th President of the Republic of Korea, addressed the members, friends and guests of The Korea Society at the organization's 2008 annual dinner. Stanley C. Gale, chairman of Gale International, and …

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New Beginnings Press Conference

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On Tuesday, April 15, 2008, members of New Beginnings, a nonpartisan policy study group made up of former senior U.S. officials, academics and other experts on Korea, released their recommendations for updating and strengthening the U.S.-South Korea al…

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The New York Philharmonic's Journey to North Korea: Americans in Pyongyang

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On April 1, 2008, Evans J.R. Revere, president of The Korea Society, moderated a panel with Zarin Mehta, president and executive director of the New York Philharmonic, Daniel J. Wakin, culture reporter for The New York Times, and Chuck R. Lustig, direc…

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Our Toys, Our Selves: Robot Taekwon V and South Korean Identity

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Length: 57s

On February 7, 2008, Aaron Han Joon Magnan-Park, an assistant professor in the Department of Film, Television and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame, delivered at lecture at The Korea Society entitled "Our Toys, Our Selves: Robot Taekwon V and South …

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Brother One Cell: An American Coming of Age in South Korea's Prisons

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On Thursday, November 29, 2007, author Cullen Thomas spoke to The Korea Society's Samuel Jamier about his prison memoir, "Brother One Cell," a literary account of a journey at the edges of Korean society.

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North Korea: Market Opportunity, Poverty and the Provinces

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On Tuesday, February 12th, 2008, Hazel Smith, professor of international relations at the University of Warwick, delivered a presentation at The Korea Society titled "North Korea: Market Opportunity, Poverty and the Provinces." She provided data and i…

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Evolution of the U.S.-ROK Military Alliance

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On Monday, January 28th, 2008, General B.B. Bell, commander of United States Forces Korea, spoke to The Korea Society about the U.S.-R.O.K. alliance and its evolution from Cold-War paradigms to a long-term bilateral partnership based on shared interest…

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How and Why We Remember The Korean War

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On January 16th, 2008 The Korea Society hosted a panel discussion titled "How and Why We Remember The Korean War." Far from being forgotten, the Korean War has been brought into renewed focus by the recent publication of The Coldest Winter, a reapprais…

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24 Hours After South Korea's Presidential Election: An Assessment

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December 20th, 2007, 24 hours after Lee Myung-bak won the presidential election in South Korea, Donald P. Gregg and Evans J.R. Revere, the chairman and president of The Korea Society; Don Zagoria, project director of the Northeast Asia Projects at the …

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The Case of Arirang: How the Anthem of Korean Resistance Became a Japanese Pop Hit

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On November 6, 2007 The Korea Society hosted a lecture titled "The Case of Arirang: How the Anthem of Korean Resistance Became a Japanese Pop Hit" by E. Taylor Atkins, an associate professor of history at Northern Illinois University.

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Korean Wave: Interview with Robert R. Cagle

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Length: 31s

On Friday, August 23rd, Samuel Jamier, The Korea Society's senior program officer for contemporary issues and corporate affairs, sat down with Robert R. Cagle, assistant professor of cinema studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, to …

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Two Koreas, Past and Present

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On August 8th, 2007, Donald P. Gregg, chairman of The Korea Society, gave a lecture entitled "Two Koreas, Past and Present" to a group of educators assembled for one of the Society's regular teachers' courses on Korea. Gregg, who served as U.S. ambassa…

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Journey to the Grave, Dance to Paradise: Shamanic Rituals for the Dead

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Length: 36s

On July 26, 2007, The Korea Society hosted a lecture by Dr. Laurel Kendall, an anthropologist at the American Museum of Natural History. Held in conjunction with the opening of a new exhibition of Korean funerary figures at The Korea Society Gallery, K…

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Failed Diplomacy: The Tragic Story of How North Korea Got the Bomb

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On August 9, 2007, The Korea Society hosted a contemporary issues presentation by Jack Pritchard, president of the Korea Economic Institute and former State Department special envoy to the DPRK. Pritchard spoke on the subject of his new book, Failed Di…

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The Korean Economy in the New Industrial Revolution

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On April 3rd, 2007, Yoo Jang-hee, a professor of international studies at Ewha Women's University, delivered a lecture titled "The Korean Economy in the New Industrial Revolution" to a group of American educators touring Korea as part of The Korea Soci…

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A Corpse in the Koryo: A North Korean Murder Mystery

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On May 8th, 2007, The Korea Society hosted a contemporary issues program on the recently published novel "A Corpse in the Koryo." This is the first English-language murder mystery set entirely in North Korea, which is known officially as the Democratic…

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The Problem of North Korea in the Era of Terrorism

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On April 2nd, 2007, The Korea Society sponsored a lecture titled "The Problem of North Korea in the Era of Terrorism" by Professor Ahn Byong-Man, chairman of the Korea Fulbright Foundation. The lecture, which took place in Seoul as part of The Korea So…

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How Did Korea become a Land of Apartments?

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On April 5th, 2007, The Korea Society hosted an Arts program titled "How Did Korea Become a Land of Apartments?" with Valerie Gelezeau, associate professor of Geography at Marne la Vallee University in France and author of The Republic of Apartments. G…

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Investing In Korea

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On March 28th, 2007, The Korea Society co-sponsored a Young Professionals Forum titled "Investing in Korea" with the Columbia Business School Asian Alumni Club of New York. Moderated by Professor Ronald Schramm of the Columbia Business school, a panel …

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Hungry For Peace: International Security, Humanitarian Assistance and Social Change in North Korea

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On February 9th, 2006, The Korea Society hosted a presentation titled "Hungry For Peace: International Security, Humanitarian Assistance and Social Change in North Korea" by Hazel Smith, a professor of international relations at the University of Warwi…

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Q&A with Director Bong Joon-Ho on his film "The Host"

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Length: 37s

On February 27th, 2007, The Korea Society hosted a special screening of Korean director Bong Joon-ho's new monster movie The Host, followed by a Q&A session with Bong, at the IFC Film Center in New York. At the Q&A, Bong Joon-ho discussed The H…

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Amb. Christopher Hill Discusses Recent Progress and Next Steps in the 6-Party Talks

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Length: 57s

On March 6th, 2007, The Korea Society and The Japan Society co-organized a forum at which Ambassador Chris Hill, Assistant U.S. Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, discussed the recent breakthrough at the Six-Party Talks and the next…

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Contemporary Russian Policy Towards the Korean Peninsula

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On April 11th, 2005, The Korea Society hosted a lecture titled "Contemporary Russian Policy Towards the Korean Peninsula" by Alex Vorontsov, head of the section for Korean Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences. Vorontsov recounted the history of R…

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The Origins of Koreans and Their Culture - Part 1

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Part 1 of 2. On July 25th, 2005, The Korea Society hosted a lecture titled "The Origins of Koreans and Their Culture" with Mark Byington, a post-doctoral fellow in Korean Studies at Harvard University. The lecture-which was given as part of The Korea S…

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The Origins of Koreans and Their Culture - Part 2

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Part 2 of 2. On July 25th, 2005, The Korea Society hosted a lecture titled "The Origins of Koreans and Their Culture" with Mark Byington, a post-doctoral fellow in Korean Studies at Harvard University. The lecture-which was given as part of The Korea S…

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The Meaning of Dragons in Korean Folklore

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Length: 47s

To mark the opening of an exhibition of Korean dragon paintings, author and folklore specialist Heinz Insu Fenkl, director of the Interstitial Studies Institute at SUNY New Paltz, lectured on dragon symbolism in both the East and West.

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Shaping the Future of North Korea: Signs of Impending Change? - Evans Revere

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Part 4 of 5 Panel presentations. The 2006 midterm elections transformed the political dynamic in Washington and in the near term, they may also shake-up the U.S. government's approach to North Korea. Evans Revere, a Korea expert at the State Department an…

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Shaping the Future of North Korea: Signs of Impending Change? - Leon Sigal

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Length: 21s

Part 2 of 5 Panel presentations. The 2006 midterm elections transformed the political dynamic in Washington and in the near term, they may also shake-up the U.S. government's approach to North Korea. Leon Sigal, director of the Northeast Asia Cooperative …

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Shaping the Future of North Korea: Signs of Impending Change? - Aleksandr Ilitchev

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Length: 21s

Part 5 of 5 Panel presentations. The 2006 midterm elections transformed the political dynamic in Washington and in the near term, they may also shake-up the U.S. government's approach to North Korea. Aleksandr Ilitchev, a senior political affairs offic…

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Shaping the Future of North Korea: Signs of Impending Change? - Gerald Curtis

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Length: 16s

Part 3 of 5 Panel presentations. The 2006 midterm elections transformed the political dynamic in Washington and in the near term, they may also shake-up the U.S. government's approach to North Korea. Gerald Curtis, professor of Political Science at Col…

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Shaping the Future of North Korea: Signs of Impending Change? - Don Zagoria

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Length: 20s

Part 1 of 5 Panel presentations. The 2006 midterm elections transformed the political dynamic in Washington and in the near term, they may also shake-up the U.S. government's approach to North Korea. Don Zagoria, trustee for the National Committee on A…

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A Moment of Crisis: Jimmy Carter's Mission to Pyongyang

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A talk by Marion Creekmore. When Jimmy Carter went to Pyongyang in the summer of 1994 on an unofficial, last-ditch mission to negotiate a solution to the nuclear impasse that was threatening to engulf the Korean peninsula in war, Marion Creekmore went …

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Tales of Korea - 2A

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Length: 24s

Cathy Spagnoli, a professional storyteller from Seattle, narrates seven tales of Korea. Spagnoli has traveled extensively through India, Pakistan, Thailand, Japan and Korea gathering indigenous stories and music. During her numerous trips to Korea, she ha…

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Tales of Korea - 1A

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Length: 29s

Cathy Spagnoli, a professional storyteller from Seattle, narrates seven tales of Korea. Spagnoli has traveled extensively through India, Pakistan, Thailand, Japan and Korea gathering indigenous stories and music. During her numerous trips to Korea, she ha…

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Tales of Korea - 1B

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Length: 28s

Cathy Spagnoli, a professional storyteller from Seattle, narrates seven tales of Korea. Spagnoli has traveled extensively through India, Pakistan, Thailand, Japan and Korea gathering indigenous stories and music. During her numerous trips to Korea, she…

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Tales of Korea - 2B

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Length: 24s

Cathy Spagnoli, a professional storyteller from Seattle, narrates seven tales of Korea. Spagnoli has traveled extensively through India, Pakistan, Thailand, Japan and Korea gathering indigenous stories and music. During her numerous trips to Korea, she…

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After Kim Jong Il: A Policy Discussion

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Length: 50s

Ambassador Thomas Hubbard, ch…

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