[Policy] Brian Myers on the Kim Jong Un 'Cult'
In October 2012, Asia Society Korea Center launched a new series of talks focused on the future of North-South Korea relations, pursuing its mission to enhance Northeast Asia collaboration and actively engage into the political, social, and cultural issues that affect Korea. It is our intention to survey a wide range of expert views on the likely future shape of the Korean peninsula and possible models that might help inform that future.
On October 16, Brian Myers, Professor of International Studies at Dongseo University, offered his own analyses of the significance of Kim Jong-un's leadership and what it means for relations with the South.
New Lecture Series
Perspectives on the Future of the Korean Peninsula
Part 1: The Kim Jong-un Cult
Brian Myers, Professor of International Studies, Dongseo University
12:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Lotte Hotel Seoul, Belle Vue Suite, 36th Floor
RSVP by Friday, October 12, 2012
Members 30,000 won
Non-members 50,000 won
Embassy/Press 20,000 won