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Korean Studies

The 2017 Premodern History of Korea Workshop Held in Fukuoka, Japan

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  • 행사기간 Sep 18, 2017 - Sep 18, 2017
  • 등록일 Sep 18, 2017
The 2017 Premodern History of Korea Workshop Held in Fukuoka, Japan
The 2017 Premodern History of Korea Workshop was held in Fukuoka, Japan from September 1 to 4.

Co-organized by the Korea Foundation and Kyushu University, the workshop for Korean history majors in Japan aims at nurturing the next generation of Japanese experts in Korean history, serving as a platform for exchange between Korean and Japanese students.

In its second year of operation, the workshop was attended by about 20 graduate students in Korean history from Japan, about 10 graduate students in the history of Korea-Japan relations from Korea, and about 10 professors and experts in related fields. Those in attendance made presentations on their research and engaged in heated discussion over a range of related topics. Workshop participants were able to build a network of Korean-history majors in Japan, sharing their research methods, and embracing their diversity of opinion and approach. In doing so, the two countries’ students strengthened their friendship, transcending their national boundaries.

In addition, participants visited a number of historic sites that played a crucial role in the storied history of Korea-Japan relations, such as the Genko Borui, a defensive wall built to protect against a Mongolian invasion, and the impressive Nagoya Castle.
2017 한일 역사 차세대 워크숍

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