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    Korean Culture and Information Service

    The Korean Culture and Information Service operates 27 cultural centers in 23 countries around the world. There are ten Korean Cultural Centers in the Asia Pacific region, covering Japan, China, Thailand, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia, Kazakhstan and Turkey. There are eight...
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    International Network for Korean Studies Libraries

    The International Network for Korean Studies Librarians (INKSLIB) is intended to fulfill two roles: serving as an information portal on various overseas projects carried out by the National Library of Korea, and providing a platform of exchange between librarians all over the world for the...
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    Korean Studies Net

    Korean Studies Net is a database of detailed information on individual Koreanists and education and Research institutions of Korean Studies all over the world, created by the Academy of Korean Studies since 2004. We have attempted to gather and update recent information as much as transformed...
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    歸源 (Kuiwon)

    Kuiwon (歸源) is the pen name (號, 호) of the author of this blog. He grew up in Seoul, Korea, where he first started learning Hanja (漢字, 한자) in elementary school. During the 1990s, at about the age of 10, he moved to the United States, where he still resides. He continued to learn Hanja (漢字, 한자) as a...
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    Korean Poetry in Translation

    Dr. Chae-Pyong (“J.P.”) Song received his M.A. and Ph.D. in English from Texas A&M University. He received his B.A. in English Language and Literature at Chonnam National University in Korea. Since he came to Marygrove College in 2001, he has taught a variety of courses such as Literary Theory...
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    Reading Korea

    This blog, Reading Korea, is an attempt to create a helpful resource for more in-depth studies about all things Korea--its politics, society, culture, history, arts, people, of both North and South Korea. The end product of the creation will be the Reading List, where I will present a selection of...
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    The homepage of Brother Anthony of Taize (An Sonjae)

    Brother Anthony (An Sonjae Hangul: 안선재) is a translator, scholar, and member of the Taizé Community who has become a naturalized Korean citizen, and lives in Seoul.
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    KOREA FOUNDATION

    The Korea Essentials Series is co-published by the Korea Foundation and Seoul Selection to provide international readers with a basic understanding of the arts and culture of Korea. The content of this series is based on the articles and features published in Koreana, the Korea Foundation’s...
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    British Centre for Literary Translation

    Britain’s leading centre for the development, promotion and support of literary translation and contemporary writing from around the world. We are part of the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia and a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council...
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    Korean Literature in translation (Charles Montgomery)

    THE TRANSLATOR, THE EDITOR, CONTRIBUTORS and INTERNS, trying to take some kind of look at translated Modern Korean fiction. This is always a work in progress, as the field is vast and our experience is small. We welcome comments or opposing viewpoints and we will be happy to post anything good. THE...

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