Dr Sang-Woo Kim, an adjunct professor at Myongji University, gave a talk on 31st May, 2011 at Robinson College about the upcoming presidential elections in South Korea in which he shared his insights on the possible candidates for the major parties and their prospects for victory.
Dr Kim received an M.Phil. in International Relations and a Ph.D. in History from Cambridge (Queens College) and is currently serving as the head of the Cambridge Korean Alumni Association. He is a former member of the National Assembly of South Korea who also served as a special advisor in the Kim Dae-Jung administration and as Secretary-General of the Korean Olympic Committee.
Film "Woman is the Future of Man" followed by Q & A with award winning Director, Hong Sang-soo
North Korean Film: Wolmi island
There is a growing collection of Korean film DVDs in the library of the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.
The museum is home to the Gompertz Collection of Korean ceramics, which includes impressive works of Goryeo (Koryo) celadon.
Kim Duk Soo SamulNori Hanullim performed at Robinson College on 7th and 8th November, 2009 as part of Cambridge's 800th anniversary celebration. The event was co-organized by Robinson College and Clare Hall, and the performance was attended by Vice-Chancellor Alison Richard.
Here are some clips of the performance: