Posts tagged ‘Korea’

South Korean literature wasn’t widely known in Lithuania up until 2011, however few books managed to reach Lithuanian readers drawing a lot of interest. What connects one of the most talented South Korean writers and Lithuania? Why the Republic of Užupis (located in Vilnius) caused quite a big uproar in South Korea’s literature? Visit Sugihara […]

Hallyu club invites you to join the Knowledge Quiz about Korea and win some great prizes! Organized for the 4th time already, this quiz promises to test your knowledge about Korea in various spheres.

This summer, Centre for Asian Studies (CAS) successfully continued participation in “Summer Internship (SIP)” programme initiated by Vytautas Magnus University. During it, various students from all over the world are invited to participate in international internship activities provided by partner institutions and university departments. This time, student from Soongsil University (Seoul, South Korea) Kyungmin Lee was granted […]

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On April 20th, 14:00, choreographer and dancer from South Korea Ji Park will be visiting Centre for Asian studies. Here she will hold a practical workshop on Korean traditional dancing and will meet with Hallyu club members and everyone else, who are interested in the art of dance.

A monk of Zen Buddhism, Bo Haeng SN from South Korea this April comes to Kaunas to hold a public lecture. This event is a unique opportunity to meet a person with such an unusual path of life. Monk has written a biographic book “Letters from the Mountains of the Dragon” and directed a monoplay […]

We would like to invite proposals for the upcoming issue of a semi-annual open access blind peer review journal ‘International Journal of Area Studies‘ (IJAS) to be published in March, 2016. This issue will be dedicated to Korea and will be edited jointly with Busan University (South Korea). Application Deadline: July 30, 2015 The Journal, […]

Korean Movie Month – Hope

March 24th, 2015

Last screening of Korean movie month will introduce you to a story of a family who went through some horrible hardships. On her way to school, a young girl named So Won (which literally means “wish” or “hope” in Korean) gets sexually assaulted by a drunk older male stranger. As a result, she suffers multiple […]

This Thursday Hallyu club presents you with action gambling thriller “Tazza: The Hidden Card”. Dae-gil, a young man with a natural-born talent in gambling, makes a dazzling debut as a gambler, which leads to a reunion with his first love, Mi-na.

This Thursday at Hallyu club you’ll have an opportunity to learn about the legendary general Yi Sunsin – the movie “The Admiral: Roaring Currents” takes us back to the battle of Myeongnyang.