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In the penultimate episode of Asia Society Korea’s UNESCO World Heritage Series, we visited Haeinsa Temple, a site that has been on the heritage list since 1995.
As part of our interview series, we caught up with Mr. Ha-kyung Choi, President of the Korean Heritage Society.
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Robert D. Neff is a freelance writer and historical researcher specializing in Korean history during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Asia Society Korea continues its World Heritage Series this month by previewing the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty.
Asia Society Korea visited the fortress for this month’s episode of our UNESCO World Heritage Series.
Asia Society Korea visited the Gyeongju Historic Areas, an area often labelled as “the world’s largest museum without walls.”
We continue our World Heritage Series this month with a trip to Gyeongju Historic Areas, an area often labelled as “the world’s largest museum without walls."
The second installment of our World Heritage Series sees us take a trip to Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes, South Korea’s only natural site to make the revered list of United Nation designated list.
We kick off our Series in the south-western part of peninsular by visiting Gochang, Hwasun and Ganghwa Dolmen Sites.
Nani Park’s book, Hanok: The Korean House, gives us an insight into twelve very special Hanok that reflect today's Korea—a country that's putting a modern twist on traditional values.

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