ESSAY: Traveling to Seonunsa Temple on 9/24/2017

“Traveling to Seonunsa Temple on 9/24/2017”
by Maija Rhee Devine (이매자)

Amazing Aftermath of Seoul 1988 Olympics

 

The Amazing Aftermath of the 1988 Seoul Olympics: Moscow Recognizes Seoul and Abandons Pyongyang

Kathryn Weathersby, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of History, Korea University

Lecture: Re-visiting the 1937 deportation of ethnic Koreans to Central Asia

 

Lecturer: Victoria Kim

Additional information can be found on Lost and Found in Uzbekistan and in a recent article published in the Diplomat. Victoria can also be reached by email at vkimsky(at)gmail.com

 

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Lecture Video: Women and Buddhism: Engaging Zen Master Kim Iryŏp

Why and how do women engage with Buddhism? This is a leading question that this presentation tries to explore by examining the life and thoughts of a Korean Zen Buddhist nun Kim Iryŏp (1896-1971).

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Medieval Bhutan 2018 (Enrollment Closed!)

Experiencing Medieval Bhutan with a focus on its People [Enrollment Closed]

 

****Round-trip airfare between Incheon and Bangkok is not included in this package  Extra days possible at extra charge. ****

(CONFIRMED) Goseong County DMZ Tour

This day trip to Goseong includes visits to the Goseong Unification Observatory and the Gangwondo DMZ Museum along the Korean DMZ, Geonbongsa Temple, the former vacation villas of President Syngman Rhee, Kim, Il-sung and Rhee’s Vice Presidential running mate, Yi Ki Bung.

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