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The 6th Jeju Forum evaluated the challenges and opportunities the rise of China and the reunification of the Korean peninsula will offer. The Forum also took note of the great potential of new growth on the basis of the Asian entrepreneurship. With this background, various programs on Korea-China economic cooperation are prepared. The contents of new standard and its perspectives were reviewed. New growth potential, creative industry, new leadership, the future of education and the role of women were also addressed. Peace and common prosperity on the Korean peninsula and East Asia through the promotion of mutual understanding was discussed. The cultural exchanges and fusion in East Asia was reviewed and we evaluated how it is promoting the sense of community among the Asian peoples. Various issues of peace in East Asia such as the resolution of the North Korean nuclear problem, historical reconciliation and maritime security are among the topics. The recent natural disaster of Japan was reviewed and among the related topics are how to deal with the climate change and natural disasters.

Host: Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, International Peace Foundation, East Asia Foundation, JoongAng Ilbo 
Organizer: Jeju Peace Institute 
TIME ORGANIZATION SESSION ROOM
17:00 ~ 18:10 [3-F] Art Tourism in Korea and China
한중 예술관광
Emerald Hall
Chair
CHOI, Suk-ho (Dean, Graduate School of Leisure Management, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)

Speakers
KIM, Kyung-hun (CEO, Yegam Inc.)
KIM, Gi-deok (CEO, ToCorea)
KIM, Gi-sul (MBA Student, Leisure Management, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
KIM, Jong-seok (MBA Student, Korean Wave Arts Management, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
PARK, Mi-rang (Assistant Manager, Alaska Tourism)
PARK, Jeong-yul (Professor, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
BAEK, Min-seo (MBA Student, Leisure Management, Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technology)
CHEON, Se-jeon (Vice President, Sejoongnamo Travel Agency)

좌장
최석호 (서울과학종합대학원 레저경영대학원 원장)

발표
김경훈 ((주)예감 대표)
김기덕 (ToCorea 대표)
김기술 (서울과학종합대학원 레저경영MBA 학생)
김종석 (서울과학종합대학원 한류예술경영MBA 학생)
박미랑 (알래스카 관광청 대리)
박정열 (서울과학종합대학원 교수)
백민서 (서울과학종합대학원 레저경영MBA 학생)
천세전 (세중나모여행사 부사장)

Broadway in New York is the hub of art tourism in North America,
and the West End in London fulfils a similar function in Northern
Europe. The Asian hub of art tourism has not yet been formed.
However, some ten million foreign tourists visit Korea every year. The
leisure business project run by aSSIST Leisure MBA program will
suggest ways of establishing such a hub in Korea.

북미의 예술관광 허브가 뉴욕의 브로드웨이인 것처럼 서구유럽의 예술관광 허브는 런던의 웨스트엔드입니다. 아시아의 예술관광 허브는 아직 형성되지 않았습니다. 1,000만 외래 관광객 시대를 목전에 두고 잇는 한국에서 동아시아 예술관광의 허브를 조성할 수 있는 방안을 찾고자 합니다. aSSIST 레저경영전문대학원 '레저 비즈니스 프로젝트'에서 그 해법을 제시합니다.

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