Crane’s Mill Welcomed The Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project

Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project

One Wednesday, January 18, The Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project presented a  program on, “The Hidden Treasures of Korean Art and Modern Korea Today.” Two documentary films about Korea were shown: the first illustrated the artistic and cultural achievements of Korea's past such as Hangul (Korean alphabet) and The Tripitaka Korean (a national treasure of Korea and registered as part of UNESCO’s “Memory of the World”). The second film showed Korea's industrial achievements since the Korean War. The presentation was followed by complimentary traditional Korean refreshments.

Speaker: Younhee Shin

Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project   Korean Culture Presentation  One Wednesday, January 18, The Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project presented a  program on, “The Hidden Treasures of Korean Art and Modern Korea today.” Two documentary films about Korea were shown: the first illustrated the artistic and cultural achievements of Korea's past such as Hangul (Korean alphabet) and The Tripitaka Korean (a national treasure of Korea and registered as part of UNESCO’s “Memory of the World”). The second film showed Korea's industrial achievements since the Korean War. The presentation was followed by complimentary traditional Korean refreshments.  Speaker: Younhee Shin