Korea Corner at University Library
The University Library (UB) of the University of Groningen has a special Korea Corner, a place where anyone interested in Korea can consult literature and digital information about the country. The Corner was developed by the University Library and GSG’s Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen (CEASG) with a generous grant from the Embassy of the Republic of Korea.
As of 18 December 2014, the Korea Corner was officially opened by Sibrand Poppema, President of the Board of the University, in the presence of Minister Counsellor Jong-Ho Choi of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea. The Korea Corner is intended to promote Asia among students.
Exchanges with Pusan National University
After the opening of the Korea Corner, an exchange agreement between the University of Groningen and Pusan National University was signed. It enables students from Groningen to do placements at Korean companies, and organizations and students from Korea to spend time in Groningen.
About the Korea Corner
The Korea Corner includes a book collection in the field of Korean Studies, with a broad focus on economics, politics, international relations, law, history, society and the culture of Korea. Apart from two regular working spaces with computer and screen, the Korea Corner also has two DVD/blu-ray players for using the audio visual materials in the collection. Furthermore there are lounge seats for consulting the collection or where you can use your lap top or tablet computer.
At the moment two exhibits on Korea can be visitited at the Korea Corner:
Exhibit One: “한 식 Hansik : Food for Thought”
Exhibit Two: Daedongyeojido: a map of Korea in 1861
The Korea Corner is located on the second Floor of the University Library (Room 209).
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