From the President of Sejong USA
Dear Families, Friends, and Supporters of Sejong Cultural Education, Inc.
Once again, I am honored to invite you to our Eighth Fundraising Gala!
Sejong Cultural Education, this year with your support, celebrates twenty-six years of having brought Korean culture to the homes and schools of Korean-American children. You will be witnessing what has been accomplished through Sejong Camp and the Trip to Korea when you join the staff, mentors, parents, and teachers of our community on Thursday, April 27th, 2017 at 6:30 at the Double Tree Hotel in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
Thank you in advance for your ongoing interest and support in promoting Human Dignity through Cultural Education.
Looking forward to seeing you in person,
Sejong USA, President
Dr. Sung-Yoon Lee from the Fletcher School at Tufts University
Kim Koo-Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies and Assistant Professor
Dr. Lee teaches courses on Korea and U.S.-East Asia relations.
He is a former Research Fellow with the National Asia Research Program, a joint initiative by the National Bureau of Asia Research and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and Associate in Research at the Korea Institute, Harvard University. In 2005, he launched at Harvard’s Korea Institute a new seminar series, the “Kim Koo Forum on U.S.–Korea Relations.”
He has taught courses on Korean political history at Bowdoin College (2000), Sogang University (2007), and Seoul National University (2012, 2013). Recent publications include “North Korean Exceptionalism and South Korean Conventionalism: Prospects for a Reverse Formulation?” Asia Policy 15, “The Pyongyang Playbook,” Foreign Affairs, “Engaging North Korea: The Clouded Legacy of South Korea’s Sunshine Policy,” AEI Asian Outlook, and “Life After Kim: Preparing for a Post-Kim Jong Il Korea,” Foreign Policy.
His essays have been published in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Asia Times, The Weekly Standard, Christian Science Monitor, Far Eastern Economic Review, and Imprimus. A frequent commentator on Korean affairs, Lee has appeared on BBC, NPR, PBS, PRI, CNN, ABC, NBC, CBC, NECN, Al Jazeera, among others, and has testified as an expert witness at the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing on North Korea policy