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India and Korea: Bridging the Gaps

Sushila Narsimhan (Editor) Do Young Kim . (Editor)
Synopsis India and Korea: Bridging the Gaps brings together fifteen articles by an enthusiastic group of senior and junior Indian and Korean scholars and budding entrepreneurs who gathered together in February 2007 under the Auspices of an Informal Association called "Researchers' Association for the Study of Korea" (RASK) in New Delhi, India. This diverse group of articles provides glimpses of multi-dimensional aspects of India-Korea Relations, ranging from economics and politics to science and environment. The book, first in series, would succeed in encouraging the young scholars by publishing their modest inputs which would serve as a data bank to all those interested in seeking information about Korea, and also contribute to the betterment of India-Korea Relations by bridging the existing gaps.
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About the authors

Sushila Narsimhan

Sushila Narsimhan, Reader, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi.

Do Young Kim .

Do Young Kim, Visiting Faculty, Professor of Korean Language & Literature, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, India. Author of Korean Language in India, Part I & II (New Delhi: Sterling Publications, 2000; Revised edition, 2001); Introduction to Korean Literature (New Delhi: Manas Publications, 2001); and Bharati Korean, Part I, II, & II-A (Delhi: University of Delhi Press, 2003-2005).

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Bibliographic information

Title India and Korea: Bridging the Gaps
Format Hardcover
Date published: 29.03.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178271982
length xxxiv+230p., Tables; Figures
Subjects Reference