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2022 conference



The 2022 Harvard KORUM spring conference: "Opportunities & Challenges in the Post-Pandemic World" is scheduled for April 16th on Zoom from 9:45AM to 6PM EDT.

The RSVP site is LIVE! You MUST RSVP to gain access to the conference.

The conference website is not fully updated. For more information, please refer to our RSVP site, which has the most up-to-date details on what you can expect.

If you are interested in getting involved, please don't hesitate to contact us!

In the meantime, feel free to check out our 2021 flagship conference archive, and check back here in the spring for our programming scheduling. 


Schedule & Panels

Panel information is as follows.

All scheduled times are run on Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4), April 16, 2022. 

Questions for our panelists? You can ask them by using this form

EDIT: Zoom will open at 9:45AM, but session will begin at 10.

Geopolitics & International Relations, 10 - 11AM

  • Christopher Del Corso, Chargé d'Affaires at US Embassy in Korea

  • Michelle Lee, Japan/Korea Chief for Washington Post & President of Asian American Journalists Association

  • Ko Yun-ju, Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of Republic of Korea in Washington, DC

Advocacy & Social Justice, 11AM - 12PM

  • Casey Lartigue, Co-founder and Co-President of Freedom Speakers International

  • Jack Kim, Co-founder and Board Chair of HanVoice

  • Hannah Song, CEO of Liberty in North Korea (LiNK)

EDIT: Business & Markets, 1:45 - 2:45PM

  • Bernard Moon, Co-founder of SparkLabs Group

  • Hyuk-Jeen Suh, General Partner of SkyRiver Ventures

EDIT: Technology & Innovation, 3:15 - 4:15PM

  • Brian Shin, Co-founder of Business Canvas

  • Carol Kim, Executive Director at IBM

  • John Yoon, Head of Communications and Strategic Marketing, Commonwealth Fusion Systems

Culture, Arts & Media, 4:45 - 5:45PM

  • David Yoon, Author of NYT Bestseller Frankly in Love

  • Eun Bi Chang, Independent film producer/director

EDIT: Closing will proceed immediately after 5:45PM.