(confirmed) Danyang: Woraksan National Park, Gosu Cave & Chungju Lake

This adventure will take us southeast to North Chungcheong province, site of Gosu Cave and the beautiful Chungju Lake.

We will first visit Gosu Cave. Discovered in the 1970's, this is the best-known cave in the area, with spectacular caverns, graceful stalactites and majestic stalagmites. It is called an "underground palace" because of its breathtaking natural beauty and it has been designated as Natural Monument No. 256.

Lecture Video: Korean Art in Its East Asian Context

Korea, because of its geo-political situation, was a natural recipient of the most advanced Chinese art and culture, which were then transmitted to Japan. This process of transmission, however, stimulated the development of a distinctive Korean national and cultural identity, along with the creation of works of art in a wide range of mediums that are uniquely Korean in every aspect.

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Shifting National Characters on Display at Changgyeong-gung

Cropping Korea:
Shifting National Characters on Display at Changgyeong-gung, -won, - Palace, - Zoo, -gung

Lecture Video:Public Sentiment and its Place in Modern Korea

In recent years, we have heard a lot in Korea about “public sentiment.” The phrase sounds gentle enough – like the addition of a soft layer of feeling to the idea of “public opinion.” But, actually, it is something altogether different.

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