Female images in Korean classical literature

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008 at 3:30 PM

Gallery Korea of the Korean Cultural Service NY

Free Admission: RSVP at 212-759-9550

Chae Hong Nam has been devoted to teaching Korean literature and Chinese characters to Korean students for several decades now. He played a crucial role as an educator at EBS (Korea Educational Broad Casting System) in the 1990's. He will give an interesting lecture on female images present in Korean classical literature and bring relevance to how it has helped shape Korean history. He will explore a wide range of literature such as ancient songs, Goryeo folk songs and shijo during the lecture.  
* This program is conducted only in Korean.

Miro Yoon