National Security and Foreign Relations with North Korea: A South Korean Perspective

Event: Thursday, June 20, 2019, Berkeley, CA

3:30pm – 6:00pm

Morrison Library, Doe Library, 101 Library Ct, Berkeley, CA 94720. 

A bipartisan delegation of members of South Korea’s 20th National Assembly will visit UC Berkeley this summer to discuss South Korea’s engagement policy toward North Korea. Led by Chung-in Moon, special advisor to the President of South Korea on policy regarding North Korea, together with former South Korean foreign minister Sung-Hwan Kim, the panel discussion will focus on South Korea’s current stance on national security and foreign relations in relation to North Korea. This event is co-sponsored by the Institute of East Asian Studies, Center for Korean Studies, and East Asia Foundation. The panel will be held primarily in Korean with consecutive English interpretation.

Featuring

Chung-in Moon, Special Advisor to the President of the Republic of Korea

Sung-Hwan Kim, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Republic of Korea

Ihk-pyo Hong, Member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea

Jae-jung Lee, Member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea

Jong Dae Kim, Member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea

Sun-sook Park, Member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea

Jaeho Hwang, Director, Global Security Cooperation Center, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

For more information about this event, please email cks@berkeley.edu, or call 510-642-5674.

Related programs: International Cooperation