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anniversary of anniversary of anniversary of anniversary of
the establishment of the establishment of the establishment of the establishment of
Korea Korea Korea Korea- -- -Canada Canada Canada Canada
Diplomatic Relations Diplomatic Relations Diplomatic Relations Diplomatic Relations
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Morning Morning Morning Morning





8:30 8:30 8:30 8:30 ~ ~~ ~ 9:30 9:30 9:30 9:30
Registration and breakfast Registration and breakfast Registration and breakfast Registration and breakfast [ATRIUM]

9:30 9:30 9:30 9:30 ~ ~~ ~ 10:10 10:10 10:10 10:10

Opening Ceremony Opening Ceremony Opening Ceremony Opening Ceremony [YH, ROOM A100]
Principal of Glendons address
Principal KENNETH MCROBERTS
Chair of International Studies address
Professor CHRISTINA CLARK-KAZAK, Chair of the Department of
International Studies
Symposium Committees address
Symposium team

10:10 10:10 10:10 10:10 ~ 10:30 ~ 10:30 ~ 10:30 ~ 10:30
Keynote Address Keynote Address Keynote Address Keynote Address [YH, ROOM A100]
Consul General CHUNG KWANG-KYUN, from the Consulate
General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto

10:30 10:30 10:30 10:30 ~ 10:45 ~ 10:45 ~ 10:45 ~ 10:45
Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break [ATRIUM]

10:45 10:45 10:45 10:45 ~ ~~ ~ 12:30 12:30 12:30 12:30
Morning Panels Morning Panels Morning Panels Morning Panels
PANEL A: Peace, Security & Human Rights [YH, ROOM A101]
Professor GRARD HERVOUET, Universit Laval
Professor ROBERT E. BEDESKI, University of British Columbia
ERICH WEINGARTNER, Chief editor of CanKor, Toronto
Moderator : Professor Awalou Ouedraogo

PANEL B: Religion & Culture [YH, ROOM A201]
Professor DONALD L. BAKER, University of British Columbia
MARK DAVIES, Delegate of Korean Friendship Association
Reverend KANG YOUNGDO, Toronto Korean Bethel Evangelical Church
Moderator : Professor Elisabeth Abergel

PANEL C: Gender & Identity [YH, ROOM A301]
Professor CHOO HAE-YEON, University of Toronto
Professor JANICE KIM, York University
Professor THERESA HYUN, York University
Moderator : Professor Laam Hae







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anniversary of anniversary of anniversary of anniversary of
the establishment of the establishment of the establishment of the establishment of
Korea Korea Korea Korea- -- -Canada Canada Canada Canada
Diplomatic Relations Diplomatic Relations Diplomatic Relations Diplomatic Relations
Korea Symposium 2013 Korea Symposium 2013 Korea Symposium 2013 Korea Symposium 2013
Detailed Itinerary Detailed Itinerary Detailed Itinerary Detailed Itinerary
Afternoon Afternoon Afternoon Afternoon

12:45 12:45 12:45 12:45 ~ ~~ ~ 14:3 14:3 14:3 14:30 00 0
Lunch and Lunch and Lunch and Lunch and C CC Cultural ultural ultural ultural P PP Performance erformance erformance erformance [CAFETERIA]
CONGRATULATORY SPEECH : MS. KATHLEEN WYNNE, PREMIER
OF ONTARIO

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Afternoon Panels Afternoon Panels Afternoon Panels Afternoon Panels
PANEL D: Migration, Immigration & Refugees [YH, ROOM A101]
RANDALL BARAN-CHONG, University of Toronto
North Korea Refugee Alliance of Toronto
Professor NORA KIM, University of Mary Washington
Moderator : Professor Cristina Clark-Kazak

PANEL E: Economic & Social Development [YH, ROOM A201]
Professor SONG JE-SOOK, University of Toronto
Professor THOMAS KLASSEN, York University
Professor J.D. HAN, University of Toronto
Moderator : Professor Ian Roberge

PANEL F: Foreign Policy & Bilateral Relations [YH, ROOM A301]
MATTHEW REICHEL, co-founder of the Pyongyang Project
Professor KIM JI-MIN, Columbia University
Greg Donaghy, Head, Historical Section at Department of Foreign Affairs
and International Trade Canada
Moderator : Professor Awalou Ouedraogo


16:30 ~ 16:40 16:30 ~ 16:40 16:30 ~ 16:40 16:30 ~ 16:40
Refreshment Break Refreshment Break Refreshment Break Refreshment Break [ATRIUM]

16:4 16:4 16:4 16:45 ~ 17:05 5 ~ 17:05 5 ~ 17:05 5 ~ 17:05
Afternoon Afternoon Afternoon Afternoon Address Address Address Address [YH, ROOM A100]
Dr. RAYMOND CHO, Toronto City Councillor
Ward 42 Scarborough-Rouge River

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Closing Ceremon Closing Ceremon Closing Ceremon Closing Ceremony yy y [YH, ROOM A100]

18: 18: 18: 18:0 00 00 0 0 0 ~ ~~ ~ 21: 21: 21: 21:0 00 00 00 0
Wine & Cheese Reception Wine & Cheese Reception Wine & Cheese Reception Wine & Cheese Reception [YH, ROOM A300]



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The Symposium Team The Symposium Team The Symposium Team The Symposium Team
PANELIST COORDINATOR
James Casareno
panelists@koreasymposium.com
James is a 4th year student at York Universitys Glendon College pursuing a Specialized Honours in International Studies. His academic interests include International
Relations theories, the economics and development of the Asia Pacific region and social theory. James was born in the Philippines, currently holding a Canadian
citizenship and formerly domiciled in the Netherlands in between. Through the Korea Symposium, James hopes to further his understanding in regard to the security,
political, economic, developmental and social aspects of the Korean peninsula.
PROJECT COORDINATOR
Christopher Long
coordinator@koreasymposium.com
Christopher Long is the Project Coordinator for the International Symposium on South Korea. Christopher is a fourth year student at Glendon College, studying
International Studies with a minor in History. His third year was spent on exchange in Istanbul, Turkey through York International, which was an invaluable experience
that has since inspired him to further explore global dynamics from the Europe to Asia. His passion for Korea and its regional politics in Asia will be a crucial factor in the
direction he takes in his post-graduate studies.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR
Tanya Belleau
outreach@koreasymposium.com
Tanya is in her fourth year of a trilingual international baccalaureate in International Studies with general honours and is also aiming at a
Certificate of Proficiency in Spanish and a Bilingual Excellence Certificate. Tanya spent a year studying abroad at Yonsei University in Seoul,
at the Underwood Department of International Studies and a semester at Kyung Hee University where she first learned Korean. Those past
experiences allowed her to deepen her knowledge of the rich historical, cultural and political context of Korea and convinced her to pursue
studies in international affairs focusing on North East Asia. Tanya is bilingual in French and English and is fluent in Korean and Spanish. Her
academic interests include the international protection of human rights, foreign policy, the role of the UN in International Relations, Northeast
Asias history and the diplomatic and economic ties between Canada and Korea. Tanya wishes to volunteer for a year in an international
organization in Asia and then apply to graduate school where she hopes to deepen her knowledge of international relations, foreign policy
and Northeast Asia; where it will prove to be a valuable asset for a career in foreign affairs.

FINANCE COORDINATOR
Simon Massey-Allard
finance@koreasymposium.com
Simon recently returned to Toronto after having spent his third year of university studying in Turkey and backpacking across the Middle East. Simons curiosity and itch
to travel have opened his eyes to the complexities of the world and its hidden treasures and struggles. The Korea Symposium is a great opportunity for Simon as he
desires to deepen his understanding of the Korean peninsula and its relations with the rest of Asia and the world. He is excited to share his passion for the region with
panelists and attendees. After graduation, Simon hopes to travel to Korea to further his research and ultimately pursue a career in diplomacy or conflict resolution.
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR
Monique Plessas
communications@koreasymposium.com
Monique is a student at York Universitys Glendon College completing the 3rd year of a Bilingual Specialized Honours B.A. in International
Studies and aiming to simultaneously complete a Certificate in Law and Social Thought from the Department of Philosophy. Armed with a
background in journalism and an insatiable curiosity about the world, she travelled to Chile in 2008 to report on the aftermath of the
earthquake and tsunami, witnessing first hand the strength of the human spirit, this experience would prove to be a life-altering one inspiring
her to pursue a degree in International Studies. Fluent in English, French and Spanish, her academic interests include international relations
and its implications on democracy, social justice and foreign relations with a particular interest in the Latin American region. She is excited to
engage with the rich Korean history and culture and is certain the symposium will serve as an exceptional opportunity to further expand her
research and practical skills in the area of media and communications as well as provide opportunities to gain new skills in areas of
diplomacy.
LOGISTICS COORDINATOR
Edith Blanchet
logisitics@koreasymposium.com
Edith Blanchet is a student of York University who is presently completing the fourth year of her Specialized Honours BA in International
Studies. In May 2012, she went to Viet Nam for one month to work as a volunteer. She participated in a project on sustainable development
for the organisation Peace for Viet Nam. Her mission was to write a proposal on the construction of an organic garden, in order to submit it to
potential sponsors. Edith is bilingual in French and English. She focuses her interest in the evolution of the relations and general agreements
between States, as well as the issues and actors of international development. She has a significant interest for the sustainable development
projects managed by NGDO. Next year, she intends to enroll for a master in science of management so as to specialize on the management
of international development and humanitarian action.



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Tentative Travel Itinerary Tentative Travel Itinerary Tentative Travel Itinerary Tentative Travel Itinerary

Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1
Arrival at the airport, check in at the hotel Arrival at the airport, check in at the hotel Arrival at the airport, check in at the hotel Arrival at the airport, check in at the hotel
Free time in Seoul Free time in Seoul Free time in Seoul Free time in Seoul

Day Day Day Day 2 22 2
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Visit of the Canadian Embassy in Seoul ( Visit of the Canadian Embassy in Seoul ( Visit of the Canadian Embassy in Seoul ( Visit of the Canadian Embassy in Seoul (_@]J @J_, , , , _) )) )
Tour of the city Tour of the city Tour of the city Tour of the city

Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3
Visit of the Great Palaces in Seoul ( Visit of the Great Palaces in Seoul ( Visit of the Great Palaces in Seoul ( Visit of the Great Palaces in Seoul (__, , , , __, , , , Q_) )) )
Visit of Visit of Visit of Visit of _J_ (traditional street in Seoul, focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts) (traditional street in Seoul, focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts) (traditional street in Seoul, focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts) (traditional street in Seoul, focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts)
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Evening in Seoul Evening in Seoul Evening in Seoul Evening in Seoul

Day 6 Day 6 Day 6 Day 6
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Day 8 Day 8 Day 8 Day 8
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Field Trip Field Trip Field Trip Field Trip



Field Trip to Korea Field Trip to Korea Field Trip to Korea Field Trip to Korea
Roundtrip airfare for 6 people Roundtrip airfare for 6 people Roundtrip airfare for 6 people Roundtrip airfare for 6 people
from Toronto to Seoul (
$1 250 x 6

Accomodation Accomodation Accomodation Accomodation
2 rooms x 9 nights
Kozy Korea Guesthouse,
$40 / night ($80 for two rooms)

Transportation Transportation Transportation Transportation
(KTX Seoul-Busan / Busan
Bus (2 trips) $80 /person ($480)

Daily transportation Daily transportation Daily transportation Daily transportation
(Subway in Seoul and Busan)
Meals Meals Meals Meals
20$/day/person
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous
museums admissions, DMZ tours, attractions admission fees, souvenirs
$175/person
Total Total Total Total



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Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses
Field Trip to Korea Field Trip to Korea Field Trip to Korea Field Trip to Korea
Roundtrip airfare for 6 people Roundtrip airfare for 6 people Roundtrip airfare for 6 people Roundtrip airfare for 6 people
Toronto to Seoul ()
2 rooms x 9 nights
Kozy Korea Guesthouse, ,
$40 / night ($80 for two rooms)

Busan / Busan-Seoul) $60 /person ($360)
Bus (2 trips) $80 /person ($480)
Daily transportation Daily transportation Daily transportation Daily transportation
(Subway in Seoul and Busan) $10 /day/person ($90 x6)
20$/day/person ($180 x6)
museums admissions, DMZ tours, attractions admission fees, souvenirs
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Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses Breakdown of the estimated travel expenses
$7 500 $7 500 $7 500 $7 500
$720 $720 $720 $720
$840 $840 $840 $840
$540 $540 $540 $540
$1 080 $1 080 $1 080 $1 080
museums admissions, DMZ tours, attractions admission fees, souvenirs
$1 $1 $1 $1 05 05 05 050 00 0
$11 730 $11 730 $11 730 $11 730
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