As a journalist I think Jikji is my chance to introduce about Korean history to Indonesian
What do you think about Jikji? I was so amazed when I read the history about Jikji. I think the fact about Jikji is one of Korean history that everyone…read more
That is such an interesting fact!
100 million Hallyu(Korean Wave) fans around the world! Foreign Korean Cultural Heritage Ambassadors are astonished by the fact that Korea has invented the very first book with movable metal type…read more
I think it is very important that the citizens of the world recognize Jikji
Having followed the French school system, I have always been taught that the first book ever printed is the Gutenberg Bible in 1455. It is almost 15 years later that…read more
A Korean Man Added Jikji on an Interactional Facts Website!
Many people still believe that the Gutenberg Bible is the world’s oldest book printed with movable metal type because history textbooks around the world do not mention Jikji. So, I…read more
A University Student Changed Museum Content!
One of my proudest experiences was my participation in VANK’s campaign to correct misinformation about Jikji. For this, I exchanged email with people outside of Korea for the first time…read more
A University Student Added Jikji on a Japanese Education Website!
I participated in VANK’s campaign to correct misinformation about Jikji. I found inaccurate information about Jikji on a Japanese history education website called “The Window to World History (世界史の窓).” It…read more
A University Student Added Jikji on World History Websites!
While in university, I participated in VANK’s campaign to correct misinformation about Jikji around the world. As a part of its online and offline Jikji PR campaign, I researched 103…read more
A University Student Changed a Textbook Publisher Website!
I was overwhelmed at first by widespread misinformation about Jikji around the world. I wasn’t sure how much difference I would be able to make as an ordinary university student,…read more
A Middle School Student Changed a History Website!
A click on an email led me to a path that changed the world. It was just a regular day of my busy third year in middle school. I checked…read more