Co-sponsored by the Korea Foundation, this course is designed to
valuable learning experience on how Korea has been conducting its
regional and functional diplomacy with a focus on its key issues
prospects. It further discusses about the role of public diplomacy,
which is one of soft power’s key instruments in diplomatic
For example, it explores how Korea can shape the preferences of
countries through appeal and attraction, determined by a country’s
policies, culture, and political values.
6 former ambassadors and high-level executives who were at the
forefront of Korea’s diplomacy have been invited as instructors for
[Overall Learning Objectives]
- Understand the concepts and implications of public diplomacy.
- Understand Korea's cultural/security/economic/trade diplomacy,
Korea's diplomacy to the UN and United Nations.
- Korean students can obtain knowledge about Korea and use it when
introduce Korea to people from other countries; Foreign students
learn about Korean economy, its development experience, and