Korea Questions is a unique video series featuring the scholars of the U.S.-Korea NextGen Scholars Program addressing an important issue relevant to their expertise, hosted on USC Korean Studies Institute Youtube channel.
The Korea Questions videos for the 2018-2019 NextGen Scholars are now out.
Korea Questions Season 2 Episode 1: Does Korea offer lessons for the US college admissions scandal?Featuring Stephanie Kim, Assistant Professor of the Practice and the Faculty Director of the Higher Education Administration program at Georgetown University
The Korea Questions video series with the 2015-2016 NextGen Scholars can be viewed below.
Korea Questions Episode 1: Have the Comfort Women Issues been resolved?Featuring Lauren Richardson, Teaching Fellow in Japanese-Korean Relations & Politics, University of Edinburgh
Korea Questions Episode 2: Does Korea’s pollution come from China?
Featuring Matthew Shapiro, Associate Professor of Political Science, Illinois Institute of Technology
Korea Questions Episode 3: Do Unicorns exist in North Korea?
Featuring Sixiang Wang. 2016-2017 Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University
Korea Questions Episode 4: Should the U.S. normalize relations with North Korea?
Featuring Bridget Coggins, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara
Korea Questions Episode 5: Who is Korean?
Featuring Jaeeun Kim, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and the Korea Foundation Assistant Professor of Korean Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Korea Questions Episode 6: Is North Korea run like the mafia?
Featuring Robert Kelly, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Diplomacy, Pusan National University