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Resource
Description
Web Link
Academy of Korean Studies
The Academy of Korean Studies was established to revitalize the field of Korean Studies by conducting in-depth research and offering education on related subjects.
Agricultural Cooperative University
Agricultural Cooperative University as the THINK TANK of Korean cooperatives.
Ajou University
Ajou University, established in 1973 under the motto of "Asia's best university for the 21st century", is a leading research university with 11 colleges in Korea. Located in Suwon, about 30km south of Seoul, Ajou has 14,000 students (9,700 undergraduate, 3,700 graduate, and 500 in other courses).
Albanian Consulate General in Seoul, Korea (Republic)
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Algerian Embassy in Seoul, South Korea
The Algeria-Korea relations have developed very significantly in a relatively short period. In 2006, they were raised to the rank of strategic cooperation, reflecting the joint will of the highest authorities of our own two countries to build a mutually beneficial relationship, taking advantage of the great complementarities between our two economies. Agreements have been concluded in almost all areas. The cooperation between Algeria and the Republic of Korea at the multilateral stage is also exemplary as evidenced by the rooted tradition of mutual support of candidates of both countries in international organizations.
American Chamber of Commerce in Korea
The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea (AMCHAM Korea) was founded in 1953, with a board mandate to encourage the development of investment and trade between Korea and the United States. AMCHAM Korea is the largest foreign chamber in Korea with approximately 800 member companies and affiliates with diverse interests and substantial participation in the Korean economy.
American Women's Club
The American Women’s Club of Korea promotes friendship, social connections, and unity among women of all nationalities. Our club builds relationships with Korean organizations through cultural and educational activities, and we support our community through charitable contributions. We welcome you!
American Women's Club of Korea
The American Women’s Club of Korea promotes friendship, social connections, and unity among women of all nationalities. Our club builds relationships with Korean organizations through cultural and educational activities, and we support our community through charitable contributions. We welcome you!
Andong National University
The national as well as international educational environment is rapidly changing and innovation in higher education is becoming an ongoing challenge. At the forefront of world-class innovation, Andong National University has flourished, taking on challenges as opportunities. Meeting the Fourth Industrial Revolution head-on, we will strive to advance education and research through our culture of innovation.
Angolan Embassy in Seoul, South Korea
Our goal is to provide information to the Angolan community, public and private entities in South Korea and people in general who are interested in Angola, and serve as a bridge to strengthen friendship and cooperation between Angola and South Korea.
Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights Commission
The Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) performs the following 4 functions: - Address civil complaints which cause inconvenience or burden to citizens - Build a clean society by preventing and deterring corruption in the public sector - Protect people´s rights from illegal and unfair administrative practices through the administrative appeals system - Make recommendations of improvement on unreasonable laws or system which may lead to civil complaints or corruption-prone environment
Anyang University
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Asia LIFE University
Asia LIFE University (ALU), is a Pentecostal-Evangelical and inter-denominational theological university. It was founded in 1972 as the Korea Foursquare Bible College by Rev. Ahn Kim Seen-Ok who is also the founder of Korea Foursquare Gospel Church.
Asia Pacific International School
Moving away from the traditional educational paradigm, APIS has created a global network of campuses under one school — our East Asia campus in Seoul, Korea, and our campus of the West in North Shore (Hauula), Hawaii — offering a unique educational opportunity to draw from the advantages of both the East and the West.
Asia Society
Asia Society is a non-profit and non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders and institutions of Asia and the United States. Founded in 1956 in New York, it fosters inter-regional connections to prepare Asians and Americans for a shared future through its 13 global centers.
Asian United Theological University
ACTS is an international, evangelical university, founded through an united effort of the churches in Asia. The founding purpose of ACTS was “to build new church and society in Asia” (according to ACTS Corporation Article).
Australia and New Zealand Association Korea (ANZA Korea)
The Australia and New Zealand Association, Korea (ANZA Korea) is an international, 100% volunteer based, non-profit association that supports expatriates, and Koreans with an interest in Australia and New Zealand.
Australian Chamber of Commerce in Korea
To lead Australian business growth in Korea. AustCham aims to provide you with:Information: High-quality, practical information and referrals on doing business in Korea.
Australian Embassy in Seoul, Republic of Korea
The department works to make Australia stronger, safer and more prosperous, to provide timely and responsive consular and passport services, and to ensure a secure Australian Government presence overseas. The department provides foreign, trade and development policy advice to the government. We work with other government agencies to ensure that Australia's pursuit of its global, regional and bilateral interests is coordinated effectively.
Australian and New Zealand Association of Korea (ANZA)
The Australia and New Zealand Association, Korea (ANZA Korea) is an international, 100% volunteer based, non-profit association that supports expatriates, and Koreans with an interest in Australia and New Zealand.
BEXCO
Busan Exhibition and Convention Center
Baekseok Arts University
Baekseok Schools were not established to merely add to the number of universities already offering secular education. We, all the members of Baekseok Schools, believe that education should transform students into integrated individuals, which cannot be accomplished by moral or ethical education alone.
Baekseok Culture University
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Baekseok University
Baekseok Institution is rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the gracious proclamation, "The Truth will set you free." (John 8:32) Our institution seeks to produce global leaders equipped with the skills, wisdom, and character based upon a Christian world-view. In the Baekseok Institution there are two universities, Baekseok Culture University and Baekseok University, and a junior college, Baekseok College of Art.
Bangladeshi Consulate General in Busan, Korea (Republic)
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Bangladeshi Embassy in Seoul, Korea (Republic)
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Bank of Korea
The Bank of Korea performs the typical functions of a central bank: issuing banknotes and coins, formulating and implementing monetary and credit policy, serving as the bankers' bank and the government's bank. In addition, the Bank of Korea undertakes the operation and oversight of the payment and settlement systems, and manages the nation's foreign exchange reserves. It also conducts supervisory functions for financial institutions as stipulated in the Bank of Korea Act.