In the USA and Canada, we have held 1,800 cultural presentations and lectures for the organizations and institutions below. We also offer Korean cooking classes in Manhattan, and in various other cities along the East Coast.
In Korea we have held more than 10,000 cultural presentations and lectures both for international visitors and Korean nationals, with the main venues listed below.
|International conferences including:|
|2010 G20 Summit, 2010 Conferences on Physical Organic Chemistry, 2010 World Stroke Congress, 2010 World Voice Congress, 2011 International Gastric Cancer Congress, 2012 Nuclear Security Summit, 2013 Inter-Academy Seoul Science Forum, 2014 International Congress of Mathematics, 2014 International Society of Blood Transfusion Seoul Congress, 2015 World Chemistry Congress, 2015 World Education Forum, 2016 Rotary International Convention, 2016 International Federation for Home Economics World Congress, 2017 Congress of World Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, 2017 The Astroparticle Physics Conference, 2017 World Veterinary Congress.|
|Embassies of the following countries in Seoul, Korea:|
|USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Slovakia, Italy, Turkey, UAE, Philippines, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Tunisia.|
|International corporations and business institutions including:|
|American Airlines, Korean Air, Samsung, LG, Hyundai, POSCO, SK, Daewoo, Boehringer Ingelheim, BASF, The Bank of Korea, Financial Supervisory Service, American Chamber of Commerce and European Chamber of Commerce in Korea|
|Korean War veterans and their families|
|Between 2010 and 2017, we held more than fifty events for Korean War veterans and their families from 16 countries (USA, UK, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Greece, Turkey, Thailand, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Ethiopia, Columbia, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) in appreciation for their noble sacrifice on behalf of the Korean nation and its people.|
In Europe, we have held 800 cultural presentations and lectures in locations across the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and Belgium, for rotary clubs, probus clubs, museums (Center for Fine Arts in Brussels, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museum of East Asian Art in Bath, and others), universities (Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Berlin, Munich, Passau and others), schools, libraries, women’s associations, and other organizations including the Royal Asiatic Society, the Berlin Academy, and the Buddhist Society.