Korean studies University of Nairobi successfully held an international conference on 12th and 13th December 2014 at Nairobi Safari Club.
The conference brought together scholars in different fields who are interested in Korean studies. Great minds from disciplines including literature, Kiswahili and psychology had an interesting discussion on Korean studies which is new in the religion and is currently offered at the degree level only at the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Eleven papers were presented during the conference and they will be published in the Nairobi Journal of Literature in February 2015.It will be the first published material on Korean studies and culture in African by African scholars.
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