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FEFU develops cooperation with Seoul National University
A delegation from the International Center for Korean Studies of Seoul National University (Republic of Korea), headed by the director, Mr. Park Seongchang, visited the Far Eastern Federal University. As part of their visit, the guests met with the leadership and teachers of the Oriental Institute - the School of Regional and International Studies (VI-SHRMI), read open lectures, and also talked with Korean students of the FEFU, the press service of the university reports.
According to the director of VI-SHRMI, Vladimir Kuznetsov, his School has established long-standing and close ties with the Seoul National University, and today this partnership is acquiring new and very promising forms. Representatives of the Center for Korean Studies at Seoul University came up with an initiative to cooperate with a similar research center at FEFU - this was the main purpose of their visit. Most of the colleagues from the Land of Morning Freshness are interested in the implementation of bilateral scientific projects in the field of studying the literature and history of Korea.
At the meeting, the leadership of the Oriental Institute also spoke about other options for partnership between Russian and Korean universities. Among them are academic exchanges of students and teachers, youth participation in international Summer Schools in Seoul and Vladivostok, joint research and publications. In addition, representatives of the International Center for Korean Studies invited Vadim Akulenko, a senior lecturer of the Department of Korean Studies, FEFU, to publish his scientific article in their English-language journal, which is indexed by the international Scopus database. As the author of a future article shared, he plans to devote it to comparing Russian and Korean nationalism.