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14 June
By Daniel A. Pinkston, Ph.D., Troy University
30 May
For the next installment in our UNESCO World Heritage Series, the Asia Society made a trip to Hwaseong Fortress in the city of Suwon, Korea’s second largest municipality after Seoul.
27 April
In the fourth installment of our World Heritage Series, Asia Society Korea did not have to travel far as we made the short trip to Changdeokgung in downtown Seoul.
20 April
Michael Breen is a journalist and consultant in Korea who first arrived in the country in 1982.
27 March
We were delighted to have been invited to the 2017 Indian Food Festival hosted by the Embassy of India.
27 March
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."
27 March
Three years ago, the nation watched in horror as the Sewol ferry slowly sank, claiming the lives of 304 passengers, mostly students.
17 March
While fried chicken and beer has become something of a Korean cultural export over the last decade, few expected it to be a diplomatic fulcrum point for the growing security crisis on the peninsula.
10 March
Following months of political unrest and turmoil, South Korea’s Constitutional Court has formally removed President Park Geun-hye from office.
24 February
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.