Prime Dharma Master Kyongsan | June 2011 | Paperback
Description Korea’s Reformed and Modernized Buddhism With the World through First English-Language Lecture Collection • Lecture-style commentary on the Il-Won-Sang Vow, a prayer containing the core...
Brenda Paik Sunoo with Youngsook Han | Mar 2011 | Hardcover
Description Imagine strolling along the windy shores of Jeju Island, off the southwest coast of Korea. Suddenly, you hear whistling echoing from the sea. Turning to the water, you spot weathered faces bobbing to the surface, and you realize that the sound is the exhaled breath of sea women, known as haenyeo. With a sigh of gratitude, the...
Seoul Selection Editorial Team | Oct 2010 | Paperback
It is often said that Korea did in 50 years what the developed nations of the West took 200 years to do. This is not that great an exaggeration. When Korea was liberated from 35 years of colonial rule in 1945, it found itself a desperately poor and in many respects backward nation with little experience with...
Thomas L. Coyner with Song-Hyon Jang | Jul 2010 | Paperback
“Doing Business in Korea” is a timely handbook of information for succeeding in the challenging environment of Korea, the world’s 13th largest economy. Now with updated content, the book divulges in engaging prose all the ins and outs of contemporary Korean business culture. From business etiquette and protocol to tips for marketing...
Jun Kwang-woo | Mar 2010 | Hardcover
BEYOND THE CRISIS: Korea’s Emergence from the Global Financial Storm of 2008 Stepping up to the task of economic reform is critical in both the local and global contexts. Hasty optimism in a market known...
Kim U-chang | Sep 2006 | Hardcover
A comprehensive collection of essays originally presented at the <second> hosted by the Daesan Foundation and the Arts Council Korea, held in May 2005. Essays aim to analyze the source of war and conflict in the world, to examine the role of literature in world peace, and to focus on the ideals of peace, the relationship between East and West,...
Brenda Paik Sunoo & Ton Thi Thu Nguyet | Feb 2009 | Paperback
Seoul Selection is proud to announce the release of Brenda Paik Sunoo’s and Ton Thi Thu Nguyet’s “Vietnam Moment,” a photo essay collection that presents the beauty and wisdom of the Vietnamese nation and people. The photos break from the war-torn image of Vietnam to allow readers to feel the human beauty of a people maintaining...
Seoul International Women’s Association | Nov 2008 | Paperback
The International Flavours of Seoul was created to highlight the international cuisines that reflect the city of Seoul. Seoul International Women’s Association (SIWA) is a dynamic and diversified group of women from all countries of the world, and through their food we can see a little of their cultures too. In conjunction with the Seoul...
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Tariq Hussain | May 2008 | Paperback
Diamond Dilemma Shaping Korea for the 21st Century “Diamond Dilemma” provides a profound, provocative, and unique outsider’s inside perspective on the economic challenges and opportunities facing South Korea. From corporate governance to foreign direct...
Robert Koehler | Mar 2008 | Paperback
“Korea’s CEO President: Lee Myung-bak” introduces English-speaking readers to Korea’s new president. It takes a look at the remarkable life of President Lee, from his poverty-mired youth to his meteoric rise to become Hyundai Construction’s CEO at the young age of 35. It also covers his years as Seoul mayor and examines...
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