“How do Americans perceive the Korean Peninsula?” Asia Institute Seminar

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“How do Americans perceive the Korean Peninsula?”

Monday, April 16

4-6 PM

Stephen Costello

President of ProGlobal Consulting

(Host of AsiaEast)

An American Perspective

Sangjun Kim

Professor

Kyung Hee University

(Director, The Tomorrow)

A Korean Perspective

 

Americans have some of the most bizarre perceptions of the Korean Peninsula, and especially of North Korea. The fantastic fare offered up by the media certainly plays a role, but there are other, more complex, factors. Two experts, one American and one Korean, lead this discussion on the manner in which Korea is perceived in the United States, its implications and the way forward to better understanding.

 

 

 

 

 

The Asia Institute

7th Floor

#13 26 Gil Seocho Jungang-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul

Exit 4 of Kyodae Station (line 3)

 

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서울시 서초구 서초중앙로 26길 13호 7층

교대역 4번출구

 

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One response to ““How do Americans perceive the Korean Peninsula?” Asia Institute Seminar

  1. Deb Havens April 10, 2018 at 3:17 pm

    Dr. Pastreich, I hope you will publish a summary of this discussion for those of us who can’t attend.
    Deb Havens

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