Register Today!

2022 Korean History and Culture Seminar for Educators

In-person at the Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles

Tuesday through Friday, June 21-24, 2022 | 

(There is a possibility of this seminar being offered as a hybrid mode, where educators can participate remotely and still receive credit for their participation. Updates will be posted here in March 2022. So if you are interested in participating remotely (via Zoom and/or watching pre-recorded lectures to complete assignments) please fill out the registration form).

Click here for more information about the seminar, including information on fellowship (for participants coming from Northern California or outside of California).

This seminar is organized by National Korean Studies (501c3) and Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles, a South Korean government organization. The seminar is also in collaboration with the Sejong Cultural Society (501c3), University of Indiana, and the National Consortium for Teaching Asia (NCTA).

This seminar is for educators, administrators, and school staff in K-12 setting and universities, where participants will learn about Korea’s history, culture, through lectures delivered by renowned scholars, hands-on activities, and excursions.

Webinar Directors and Advisor:

  • Sung Kim, Director, National Korean Studies Seminar, California
  • Lucy Park, Executive Director, Sejong Cultural Society, Illinois
  • Theresa Kang, Director of the NCTA coordinating site at Indiana University
  • Jini Shim, Assistant Director, National Korean Studies Seminar, California
  • Mary Connor, Advisor National Korean Studies Seminar, California

Webinar Sponsors and Organizers:

  • Illinois Arts Council, Chicago, IL
  • Korean Cultural Center at Los Angeles, CA 
  • National Consortium for Teaching About Asia Coordinating Center at Indiana University. Bloomington, IN
  • National Korean Studies, Los Angeles, CA
  • Sejong Cultural Society, Chicago, IL

For registration and the schedule:
If you have questions after viewing information on our website, please contact Mary Connor, Advisor, National Korean Studies, Author and Educator  –