Korea Culture Research Institute held a special colloquium on “Hungary and Korean War” on Nov. 11 at Humanities Building. Môzes Csoma, who is the Hungarian ambassador and the dean of Korean Studies at Eötvös Loránd University, was invited as a lecturer. He is also a renowned compiler of “Korea, the land of morning clam,” where he presents new insight on the Korean War. With the Hungarian Archive on Korean War, he gave new interpretations and database on the relation between Hungary and Korean War at the colloquium.
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