Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project (“KSCPP”) would like to propose a screening of our documentary films, including the world’s first printing press, developed 200 years before Gutenberg’s invention in Europe, registered as part of UNESCO (13th Century AD,), Buddhist Painting, acclaimed as “divine artistry”, the Korean Alphabet Hangul by King Sejong the Great, registered as part of UNESCO (15th Century) and the Astronomy (3000 BC) preceding the Babylonian charts by some 1800 years. More recently, South Korea has experienced an economic transformation that has catapulted the country from being one of the world’s poorest nations to home to some of the world’s leading brands in IT, construction, shipping and steel.
KSCPP has published seven books on Korean history and culture. At the end of the screening, these books will be made available to you for free
Veranstaltungsort: EineWeltHaus München, Schwanthalerstr. 80, 80336 München
Raum: Kleiner Saal 211+212
Eintritt: Free of charge