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The World of Korean Culture Depicted in Koguryo Tomb Murals
Friday, May 20, 2011 - 7:00pm to Friday, May 20, 2011 - 8:30pm


Dr. HoTae Jeon, professor of History at the University of Ulsan, Korea, and leading expert on Korean Koguryo Tomb Art, presents a public lecture in KOREAN:

"The World of Korean culture depicted in Koguryo Tomb Murals"

DATE:  Friday, May 20

TIME:  7:00pm

LOCATION:  The Oregon Korean Communitiy Center

1255 SW 4th St, Beaverton


Koguryo Tomb Murals (located in present day North Korea), are registered as an UNESCO World Heritage Site and represent an important part of Korea's history and cultural heritage.

Dr. HoTae Jeon is a professor at the University of Ulsan, Korea, and current visiting scholar at Harvard University's Korea Institute, is a leading expert on Koguryo (Korean) tomb murals.  He is a former curator of the National Museum of Korea, and author of Goguryeo : In Search of its Culture and History.

Co-sponsored by the PSU Institute for Asian Studies & the Oregon Korean 
Community Center, with support from the PSU Center for Japanese Studies.
Optional donations to benefit PSU's Korean Studies Programming Fund and
the Oregon Korean Community Center will be accepted at the door.