Welcome to the

Association for Korean Studies

in Europe (AKSE).

Its objectives are to stimulate and co-ordinate academic Korean studies in all countries of Europe, and to contribute to the spread of knowledge of Korea among a wider public. Founded in 1977, AKSE holds regular scholarly conferences and publishes an annual Newsletter.

Latest Blackboard Notice

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4th November 2022

Obituary of Vladimir Pucek (1933–2022)

With deep sorrow, we announce that Vladimir Pucek, founding father of Czech Korean studies and great European scholar, has left us on November 1. Vladimir Pucek belonged to the first…
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7th October 2022

AKSE Newsletter 2022

Please pay attention to the upcoming submission of the AKSE Newsletter entries for the years 2021-2022. The submission deadline is December 15, 2022. Please divide your reports into two parts,…
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10th September 2022

Hendrik-Hamel-Prize for Korean Studies in Europe 2023 – Call for Nominations (Deadline December 31st, 2022)

The Association for Korean Studies in Europe (AKSE) plans to award the Hendrik-Hamel-Prize for Korean Studies in Europe 2023 at the 31st AKSE conference in Copenhagen. The prize carries a…