The Sejong Cultural Society will hold a virtual Korean History and Culture Workshop, from Monday to Wednesday, June 28, 29, and 30, 3 to 6 p.m. CST.
Lectures include Korean history, democratization, the economic development of South Korea, Korean American immigration and community development history, including the LA Riots of 1992 and aftermath. It will also include a review of Korean traditional music and arts.
A detailed program schedule is available on the Sejong Cultural Society website. The Sejong Cultural Society, located in Chicago, offers annual music, essay writing, and traditional poetry writing contests. It also offers classes to enhance teachers’ ability to teach about Korean arts and history in the U.S.
The Korean history and culture classes are free for K-12 and college-level educators and administrators. For more information about sponsorship for educators, refer to the website (www.sejongculturalsociety.org) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.