The Meaning of Jeolla Region in the History of Korea from cultural historical perspective
This Special Lecture Series is designed to deepen the themes of Korean History involved in historical and cultural sites in Kwangju and near area. It is for participants of FU-IKS Summer School 2023 as well as for general audience interested in this topic.
This lesson aims to delve into the rich culture of Jeolla region, spanning from the prehistoric era to the Joseon dynasty. We will also delve into the traditional Jeolla cuisine, architecture, art, and music, which are all integral aspects of its culture. By doing so, we hope to gain a better understanding of the multifaceted nature of Honam culture, which has been preserved and passed down for generations.
Dr. Koo Hyein (Researcher, Korean Culture Research Institute at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea)
Hyein Koo has expertise as an art historian specializing in Korean traditional ceramics and royal crafts during the Joseon Dynasty. Dr. Koo has extensive experience in the field of cultural heritage and has collaborated with various organizations, including the Korean Cultural Heritage Administration, National Museums in Korea, and Seoul Metropolitan Government, among others.Registration: https://fu-berlin.webex.com/weblink/register/r5962efeafeb8910fe576f8d90e9e5c56
Zeit & Ort
10.05.2023 | 16:15 - 17:45
Dr. Hyondok Choe (hyondok.choe[at]fu-berlin.de)