The lecture of East Asian Epic and Modern Novels

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▲ Professor Lim Hyung-taik is giving a lecture

 On April 30th, 2019, there was a lecture in Dankook University (DKU) in Department of Education No. 207 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The lecture was given under the theme of East Asian Epic Translation and Modern Novels. Professor Lim Hyung-taik, an honorary professor at Sungkyunkwan University, gave a lecture hosted by Japan Institute of DKU and the Humanities Korea Plus Institute (called HK+ institute) of DKU.

 The main content of the lecture was the structural similarity of the novel and the characteristics of each novel, comparing the novel "Hongrumong" in China with "Gouunmong," a novel written by Kim Man-jung in the Choseon Dynasty. Furthermore, he said that the modern significance of these novels is exploring the modern elements found between Korean novels and Chinese novels.

▲ An audience is asking the professor a question.

Through these lectures, students and professors became aware of novels in East Asia and expanded the concept of modern novels.

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