After 2021 P4G, the South Korean government announced that they would rebuild all Getbol, South Korean mudflats, into salt marshes. In this regard, Hanns Seidel Foundation would like to share the opinion of Dr. Ju Yung-Ki, Researcher of Chonbuk National University, and summarize the activities of HSF to preserve Getbol and biodiversity in Korea.
On June 9, Dr. Bernhard Seliger, the representative of Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea, gave a lecture to international students at Hallym University of Graduate Studies on the ’30 Years of German Unification-Lessons for Korea and Actual Developments in North Korea.’
The 2nd joint seminar between Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Administration (SNU GSPA) and Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) Korea led to interesting debates on the issues surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The EU-Korea Young Scholars’ Workshop took place on June 4th, 2021 at Korea University. The event started at 14:00 KST, and experts on the topic of various topics, particularly European and international studies, convened to present their knowledge and discuss.
On May 28th, Seoul National University Conservation Genome Resource Bank for Korean Wildlife invited Dr. Bernhard Seliger and hosted the seminar on the ‘Current Status of Research and Conservation of North Korean Wildlife”.