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Spellbound on the Slippery Structure of Korean Films

September 2, 2018


An opportunity for geeking out is always welcome. Thanks to the Ateneo Korean Studies Program (Ateneo KSP) for providing me one. Last 24 August 2018, I gave a 30-minute lecture titled “Spellbound on the Slippery Structure of Korean Films” to students from various schools and other guests who are interested in Korea. I’ve liked Pablo […]

The Koreanist who is also a Southeast Asianist: On being a paper presenter at the Bridges to Southeast Asia Workshop in Ateneo de Manila University

March 29, 2015


Being called a Southeast Asianist at the workshop called “Bridges to Southeast Asia: Perspectives from the Ateneo” sent music to my ears. Although I studied Korean Studies and identify as a Koreanist, being a Southeast Asian person who is concerned about Southeast Asian issues makes me interested in Southeast Asia, as well. Moreover, since my […]

On being a session reactor at the 3rd Philippine Korean Studies Symposium

December 14, 2014


I have attended several academic conferences as a paper presenter and as a participant. Yesterday, 13 December 2014, I had a chance to experience the other side of academic conferences as a session reactor at the 3rd Philippine Korean Studies Symposium at the Asian Studies Center of the University of the Philippines (UP). ┬áIt’s an […]

My first formal teaching stint: A class on the Korean Wave

November 2, 2014


I’ll start teaching part-time at the Communication Department of Ateneo de Manila University on the second semester of school year 2014-2015. Since my university hasn’t shifted to the new calendar that follows the international time frame yet, I start class this November. Class ends on March. I’ll be teaching a class called COM 110.13 Special […]