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1 The Korea Foundation 2013 Special Lectures on Korea Perspectives on Inter-Korean Relations, the Korean Economy, and its Culture Speaker Professor Jongseok Kim Professor Sangyoon Ma Professor Kyongmi Danyel Kwon Tuesday, May 21, 2013, 2:00 – 6:00 p.m. Balai Sidang Universitas Indonesia

2 Jongseok Kim Professor of Economics, Hongik University Princeton University, Ph.D., Economics, ‘87 Member, Government Advisory Group on International Economic Affairs, ‘94-present President, Korea Economic Research Institute (KERI), ‘07-’09 Member, Economic Think-Tank under Federation of Korean Industries, ‘07-’09 Sangyoon Ma Professor of School of International Studies, The Catholic University of Korea University of Oxford, D.Phil, International Relations, ‘02 Public Policy Scholar, History and Public Policy Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, ‘12 Visiting Fellow, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, the Brookings Institution, ‘12 Kyongmi Danyel Kwon Professor of Korean Literature and Culture, Ewha Womans University Harvard University, Ph.D.,East Asian Languages and Literatures (Korean Literature), ‘11 Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Literature, University of Wisconsin- Madison, ’10-’11

3 The Lecture Series are public lectures by eminent Korean professors that are given to raise awareness about Korea and Korean Studies. The speakers share their expertise with local experts and students from all over the world. 2004Mexico, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Paraguay 2005 Peru, Chile, Argentina, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Panama, Jordan, Yemen, Tunisia 2006 Ghana, South Africa, Senegal, El Salvador, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Qatar, Yemen, S yria, Jordan 2007El Salvador, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Egypt, Tunisia 2008Paraguay, Peru 2009 Ethiopia, Kenya, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Kuwait, Oman, Libya, Tunisia, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia 2010Cameroon, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Colombia, Chile 2011Mexico, Colombia 2012Colombia, Argentina, Brazil

4 The Korea Foundation was established in 1991 to promote awareness and understanding of Korea, and to enhance goodwill and friendship throughout the international community. As a representative international exchange organization of Korea, the Korea Foundation implements a variety of activities and programs, including support for Korean Studies as well as intellectual and cultural exchanges. SUPPORT FOR KOREAN STUDIES OVERSEAS CULTURAL & ARTS EXCHANGE PUBLIC DIPLOMACY PUBLICATION & MEDIA The KF Lecture Series Korean Studies Department, The Korea Foundation T. +82-2-2046-8556 I studies@kf.or.kr I www.kf.or.kr


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