Open Korea Resources
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Berea International Theological Seminary
Board of Audit and Inspection
BAI examines the final accounts of revenues and expenditures of the State and reports the results of such examinations to the President and the National Assembly.
Branksome Hall Asia
Our international day and boarding school is located on the island of Jeju, South Korea. This island is known for its scenic beaches, green countryside and, UNESCO World Heritage sites.
British Chamber of Commerce in Korea
Formed in 1977, the British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (BCCK) is a non-profit organization that represents the business interests of its 450+ members in Korea. The Chamber represents a broad spectrum of British, international and Korean companies, which share significant commercial interests in the country. The Chamber works together with the British government to promote British trade, commerce and investment in Korea and to provide trade support services to British companies seeking to enter the market.
The mission of the BCCK is to promote the development of British trade, commerce and investment in Korea; to represent the opinion of the British business community in Korea on trade, commerce, finance and other industries; to help create a better understanding between the Korean and British business communities; and to provide business and networking opportunities to members.
Let's be creative people who serve the nation and society.
Busan Institute of Science and Technology
Busan Metropolitan City
Busan, a bustling city of approximately 3.5 million residents, is located on the southeastern tip of the Korean peninsula. The size of Busan is 770.07km² which is only 0.8% of the whole landmass of the Korean Peninsula. The natural environment of Busan is a harmonious relationship of mountains, rivers and sea. Its geography includes a coastline featuring superb beaches and scenic cliffs, mountains which provide excellent hiking and extraordinary views with hot springs scattered throughout the city. Busan enjoys four distinct seasons and a temperate climate that never gets too hot or too cold.
Busan National University of Education
Since its foundation in 1946, Busan National University of Education has led education for elementary school teachers by offering quality education based excellent faculty and ideal curricular. Achievements that Busan National University of Education has attained are confirmed by excellent results of evaluation on 22,000 elementary school teachers and undergraduate students' high satisfaction on education given by BNUE.
Busan-Jinhae Free Economic Zone
The Busan Port is Korea’s largest logistics hub, connected to major ports in Japan, China and Russia, handling the world’s sixth-largest cargo volume. The city is Korea’s top summer vacation destination and has hosted prestigious international events. The BJFEZ has an industrial cluster for shipbuilding, carmaking and machinery, as well as being a center for tourism and leisure.
Coex is comprised of four stories above ground with 36,007㎡ of exhibition space and a floor area of 460,000㎡. Our four exhibition halls can be partitioned into 12 separate spaces, including a convention hall with space for up to 7,000 people. Our conference facilities boast 55 meeting rooms equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and operated by a cutting edge building management system.
Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (CanCham Korea) is a member-driven, non-profit organization that provides an extensive networking platform for its members with business interests in Canada, Korea and the broader Asia-Pacific region. CanCham Korea is a dynamic and influential Chamber, open to businesses and individuals with economic and/or personal ties to Canada and Korea. Canada was built and continues to grow on the strength that comes from diversity. CanCham Korea is no different, with members ranging from large Canadian corporations doing business in Korea, and well-known Korean corporations, all the way to start-ups and academics.
Catholic University of Daegu
The history of Catholic University of Daegu(DCU) begins in 1914. DCU is the largest Catholic University in Korea. It has about 14,500 students. DCU is founded on the principles of Christianity and defines itself and all its programs through this Christ-centered spirit. Now, it moves into the 21st century with that same spirit and a renewed sense of purpose and direction.
Catholic University of Korea
The Catholic University of Korea traces its roots to the introduction of Catholicism in Korea. Catholicism was first introduced to Korea in the latter half of the 18th century when Silhak(Practical Learning) scholars of the late Joseon dynasty began to study the new religion from Catholic books.
Catholic University of Pusan
Since the establishment of the Catholic University of Pusan in 1964, we have provided the nation with high quality professionals skilled in nursing and healthcare. We have also fostered professionals in the field of environment, IT, management, and social work which are essential in maintaining modern society. In addition, we have also trained Catholic priests who pursue salvation of mankind through the Catholic belief.
Chadwick International School
Guided by passionate instructors, an inclusive community and our Core Values of Respect, Responsibility, Honesty, Fairness and Compassion, students develop self-confidence, rich character and a deep love of learning. They also become internationally-minded individuals. For Chadwick students, school is much more than a place to learn — it’s where they get to experience, expand and become the very best versions of themselves.
Changshin University is founded on the Christian spirits, Sincerity and Service. It pursues its three goals, namely humanization, professionalization and globalization, in the hope that its students become global leaders and Christian leaders contributing to the development of their local, national and international community.
Changwon National University
Since its founding in 1969, Changwon National University has been working tirelessly to open the horizon of 100 years beyond the 50th anniversary.
Cheju Halla University
Cheju Halla University's mission is to become Northeast Asia's most careerfocused educational institution. We are constantly changing and expanding in order to produce globally competitive graduates. To meet and exceed global educational standards, we are continually improving the quality of education at our university, and implementing problem-based educational methods as well as programs that focus on core skills.
Cheong Wa Dae
Cheong Wa Dae is where the President of the Republic of Korea lives and works. The compound is home to administrative offices for the President, Secretariat and other staff as well as the official residence of the President and First Lady. Cabinet meetings, receptions for state guests, critical decision-making for the country, and diplomatic events all take place here. As such, the name “Cheong Wa Dae” not only denotes a specific location but also stands for the highest authority of the Republic of Korea.
Cheongna Dalton School
In brief, Cheongna Dalton School plans to build and expand on the Dalton Plan developed by Helen Parkhurst in the early 20th century. We are committed to providing an education of excellence that meets student’s interests, abilities, and needs.
Chinese Consulate General in Busan, South Korea
Chonnam National University
The founding idea of Chonnam National University is to foster future leaders of noble character as well as profound knowledge in professional fields and who will be able to contribute to the development of the nation and the world.
Chosun University, one of the top 15 universities in the nation, has built sister relations with several outstanding foreign universities. The sister university programs have allowed for the exchange of professors and students which have added value to our community and creating global brand value. By bringing together the wide range of opinions and concerns of university members in a democratic and transparent way, university governance has ensured an environment of co-prosperity built upon respect and harmony.
Christian College of Nursing
Chugye University for the Arts