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  • Consul Dae Kim gave an interview to Kukje Shinmun, sharing his personal story...

    November 3, 2014

    Consul Dae Kim gave an interview to Kukje Shinmun, sharing his personal story from his childhood as an elementary school kid who immigrated to the U.S. with his parents to the present as a U.S. diplomat in Busan . He also expressed ...

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  • Consul Dae Kim gave a special lecture to the DIT (Dongeui Institute of Technology) students in Busan on the topic of “Improving Foreign Language through Songs”.

    November 3, 2014

    Consul Dae Kim gave a special lecture to the DIT (Dongeui Institute of Technology) students in Busan on the topic of “Improving Foreign Language through Songs”.

  • Consul Dae Kim participated in the United Nations Day Ceremony held at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Korea.

    October 24, 2014

    Consul Dae Kim participated in the United Nations Day Ceremony held at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Korea. He paid respects to the Korean War veterans interred at the cemetery and also visited the U.S. Korean War memorial ...

  • In an interview with the Busan Ilbo, Consul Dae Kim shared his personal experience as a diplomat and expressed his desire to interact with citizens of Busan

    October 22, 2014

    In an interview with the Busan Ilbo, Consul Dae Kim shared his personal experience as a diplomat and expressed his desire to interact with citizens of Busan. To read his interview article, please click the "Story" below.

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  • Consul Dae B. Kim welcomed and congratulated recipients of the Daedong Scholarship.

    October 8, 2014

    Consul Dae B. Kim welcomed and congratulated recipients of the Daedong Scholarship. The scholarship is funded and awarded by Daedong Scholarship Association, whose members are leaders in business and academia.

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