The Library provides various materials from overseas Korean literature events.

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    • Germany

    Berlin International Literature Festival

    2011/09/08 to 2011/09/12
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    • Russia

    Korea-Russia Literary Event

    2008/10/24 to 2008/10/25
    Various Korean-Russian literary events took place on October 24th and 25th in Moscow, Russia. Four Korean writers, five Russian novelists, and one Russian literary critic attended this program.
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    • Republic of Korea

    Meeting With Author Of Korea and Reader Of World

    2004/11/19
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    • Italy

    Essay Contests on Korean Literature for Overseas Readers

    2011/04/01 to 2011/10/30
    16 Korean Literature Essay Contests on various works of Korean literature were held in 15 countries in 2011. First held in 2005 in 3 countries, this year’s contest included not only Korean Studies students at universities but high school students and members of the general public, kindling interest...
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    • China

    Essay Contests on Korean Literature for Overseas Readers

    2008/08/07 to 2008/08/11
    The Korean Literature Essay Contest, which began in earnest in 2006 to ensure a potential readership for Korean literature, was held again in 2008 in 13 countries: USA, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Russia (2 events), Turkey, Bulgaria, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Peru and Mexico. A total of 14...
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    • Egypt

    LTI Korea: Korea and The Middle East Forum in Egypt

    2008/11/17 to 2008/11/22
    On November 20, Director Yoon Jikwan gave a presentation on the role of translation in cultural understanding at the Korea-Middle East Forum, which was held at the Supreme Council of Culture, Egypt.
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    • Russia

    Essay Contests on Korean Literature for Overseas Readers

    2006/08/26 to 2006/10/02
    The 2006 Essay Contests on Korean Literature for Overseas Readers were held in seventeen regions from sixteen countries on various assigned works of Korean literature. The contests started with three countries in 2005 and eventually expanded the spectrum of participants from not just Korean Studies...
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    • Germany

    Leipzig Liest Literary Festival

    2009/03/12 to 2009/03/15
    The 2009 Leipzig Book Fair, the second largest Book Fair in Germany, was held from March 12 to 15, 2009, with participation by 2,000 publishers from 38 countries around the world. LTI Korea introduced Korean culture and literature and promoted the institution’s projects by displaying 60 recent...
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    • Germany

    Frankfurt Book Fair

    2007/10/10 to 2007/10/14
    During the Frankfurt Book Fair (October 10 to 14), known as the biggest market for copyright trade, LTI Korea discussed cooperation with local publishers, mainly regarding Korean books translated into German and English. Also, in a special section of the “Korea Hall,”meetings with writers and...

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