A Platform for Peace and Communication was planned to promote exchanges between Korean writers at home and abroad by inviting overseas Korean writers active in the Americas, Europe, and other parts of Asia and to expand the foundation for Korean literature to advance into the rest of the world. The event consisted of five sessions held over the course of three days in late May 2019. 15 writers from Korea and 14 overseas Korean writers participated in the event, which included presentations, discussions, Q&A sessions, and social activities. The three-page brochure for the event contains the event poster, schedules and programs, information on the five sessions, and a map of the venue.
본행사는 미주, 유럽, 아시아 등 다양한 지역에서 활동하는 해외 한인 작가들을 초청하여 국내 및 해외 한인작가의 교류를 증진시키고 해외 한국문학 진출 기반을 확대하고자 기획되었다. 2019년 5월 하순에 개최된 본행사는 3일간 다섯 세션에 걸쳐 진행되었다. 국내 작가 15인, 해외 한인작가 14인이 참여하였고, 행사 동안 발제, 자유토론, 질의응답, 친교 이벤트 등이 진행되었다. 리플렛은 3면으로 구성되어, 행사 포스터, 프로그램 일정 및 식순, 세션정보, 행사장 맵 등이 게재되어 있다.
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