5th Philippine Korean Studies Symposium

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제5회 필리핀 한국학 심포지엄 Philippine Korean Studies Symposium (PKSS)
- Korean Studies Workshop for Academicians in the Philippines 2016

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학회명(Title) 제5회 필리핀 한국학 심포지엄
Philippine Korean Studies Symposium (PKSS)
- Korean Studies Workshop for Academicians in the Philippines 2016
일시(Date) 2016년 7월 20일(수) ~ 7월 22일(금) [July 20 ~ July 22, 2016]
장소(Venue) 필리핀 케손 시티 마이크로텔 바이 윈덤 테크노허브
(Microtel by Wyndham. Technohub, Diliman, Quezon City)
주최(Host) 필리핀국립대학교(딜리만) 사회과학대학 언어학부
(Department of Linguistics, University of the Philippines-Diliman)
웹사이트(Website) https://uplinguistics.wordpress.com/pkssksw/

Since its first organization in 2012, the Department of Linguistics at the University of the Philippines-Diliman has been successful in organizing the Philippine Korean Studies Symposium (PKSS). It has become a venue for Filipino scholars to acquire new knowledge on the Korean society, present their cutting-edge research, interact with renowned Korean Studies scholars from all over the world, and develop Korean programs in their respective institution.

As PKSS was going to mark its fifth year in 2016, the university specially organized its first ever Korean Studies Workshop for Academicians in the Philippines (“K-SWAP”). The purpose of the K-SWAP is to deepen the Filipino academicians’ awareness, understanding and knowledge of Korea, and ultimately help them develop Korean Studies curriculum and produce comparative research in their institution.

The workshop was operated in three parts.
- Lectures: Several panels of leading academics and practitioners from the Philippines, Korea and elsewhere addressed a broad variety of issues in the latest development of Korean Studies.
- Open Forum: As soon as the lecture was done, open forum followed in order for participants to inquire further and examine deeper the field that was discussed.
- Consultation: Mentorship by leading academics was provided in order to guide participants to reach practical and realistic goal as a researcher in Korean Studies field

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제5회 필리핀 한국학 심포지엄 발표자 명단

Number Name Affiliation Presentation Title
1 De Chavez, Mark Department of Linguistics,
University of the Philippines-Diliman
A Lexical Comparison of Terms for HAND in Tagalog and Korean
2 Cainghog, Nelson Department of Political Science, University of the Philippines-Diliman South Korea’s Balancing Act: Some Lessons for the Philippines
3 Camaya, Clarissa Asian Center, University of the Philippines-Diliman Female Economic Success by Generation as Portrayed in TV Drama
You’re the Best, Lee Soon Shin
4 Garilao, Ramon College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines-Diliman Fish Out of Water (Screenplay on Korean-Filipino child)
5 Pulvera, Diane MA in Communication,
University of Santo Tomas
Local Media Representation of Korean Pop Music
leading to Socio-Cultural Globalization
6 Igno, Jay-Ar Department of Linguistics,
University of the Philippines-Diliman
KPOP Jargons: A look at Filipino fandoms
7 Pormon, Miah Division of Social Science, University of the Philippines-Visayas in Tacloban Elderly Living Arrangements, Social Behavior and Social Isolation:
A Comparison of Philippines and South Korea
8 Capili, Patrick Michael Department of Modern Languagues, Ateneo De Manila University Kpop Fan culture in the Philippines
9 Laranjo, Ronel Department of Filipino and Philippine Literature, University of the Philippines-Diliman Politics of Language in Korea’s Multicultural Society:
The Case of Filipino Language
10 Salazar, Dani Virata School of Business,
University of the Philippines-Diliman
Comparative Study on the Financial Condition of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation and National Health Insurance Corporation of Korea
11 Ang, Monica School of Law and Governance, University of Asia and the Pacific In Their Father’s Steps: A Comparative Study of the Politics of
Park Geun Hye and Bongbong Marcos
12 Tolentino, Elaine International Studies Department,
De La Salle University-Manila
U.S.-South Korea Case:
Changing US Perception and the Relocation of US Military Base
13 Feliciano, Elgene Communication Department,
Ateneo De Manila University
An Analysis of the Experiences of Korean Communication Students
studying in Metro Manila
14 Racelis, Aliza Virata School of Business,
University of the Philippines-Diliman
Investigation of South Korean companies’ responses and efforts
towards climate change mitigation