[KS] RE: Koreanstudies Digest, Vol 14, Issue 10
Bob Pyke Jr.
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Sat Aug 21 12:46:10 EDT 2004
There used to be a Korean program to study Korean Studies on line in San
Does anyone remember the name of who offers it?
Bob Pyke Jr.
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> 1. The 2nd World Congress of Korean Studies (AEKYUNG84 at aol.com)
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> Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 22:31:13 EDT
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> Subject: [KS] The 2nd World Congress of Korean Studies
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> Adding to Dr. Leonid A. Petrov's remarks as regards to the 2nd World
> Conference in Pyongyang, I would like to add some of the experiences
> I've had as only Korean American and as one of two participants from the
> It was my first trip to Pyongyang. And given the relative abundance of
> public information in the U.S., although I had some knowledge [!!!] of
the city, it
> was indeed good to be in "real" Pyongyang. My 101 Pyongyang experience
> limited of being in one place for only three days. "The schedule was
> tight and our freedom limited because the entire undertaking had more of
> characteristics of a tourist tour than of an academic conference."
> trip ended up being my 101 Pyongyang Experience course on a
> political, cultural and educational level.
> The trip was unexpected, due to the reason of uncertainty as to why The
> Academy of Korean Studies in South Korea dropped out of being a co-host
> conference. There was a last minute email saying, the conference cannot
> due to recent political tension between ROK and DPRK. Well, as we all
> South and North Korea have been in a political tension for more than a
> decade. Was it not the purpose of the conference under the title of
> 'Reconciliation and Cooperation' to work further to the 'Reconciliation
> What happened? Why this one sided abrupt and mysterious cancellation by
> Academy of Korean Studies? And why did some scholars receive a late last
> note from NK saying the conference is still on?
> As soon as scholars arrived in Pyongyang, it showed how DPRK scrambled to
> continue the conference. Supposedly, whatever (!!!) ROK side was going to
> but didn't, had to be remade in a rush. Why did they not cancel the
> just like the ROK did?
> I would like to hear some response on my questions if anybody has an
> Min Paek, Executive Director
> Korean American Women Artists and
> Writers Association (KAWAWA)
> 745 Buchanan Street.
> San Francisco, CA 94102
> Phone:(415) 252-5828
> Fax: (415)252-5829
> Email: KAWAWA at KAWAWA.org
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