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Evening Forum: Korea The Closest Country To Japan But Still Ambiguous

Author: Ninomiya House, Issue: April 2002, Topic: Evening Forum

Korea is the only country still divided since World War II. Look at the map of East Asia. How many of you can realize the small country located maybe the most important site of the area? Korea will be the theme of the Evening Forum and we hope that you join us to gain insights into the country, people and culture and maybe even their food.

Pre-registration required. Please us contact by Wednesday, April 10, 2002. You can also find information about the forum in our Homepage http://www.jistec.or.jp/house/news/evening_forum.html

Date: April 12 (Fri)
Time: 18:00 - 20:00
Place: Ninomiya House 9F Salon
Cost: 500 yen per person (drinks will be served)
Language: English
Lecturer: Dr. Young-Jae Lee (AIST)
Chairman: Dr. S. Kimura (Academic Advisor of Ninomiya House

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