The 163rd Colloquium on Korean Studies Abroad was held in the second floor conference room of AKS’s Culture Center at 10:30 am on Friday, October 4, 2019. At this colloquium, Aaron Albert Molnar (UBC, Canada), a recipient of the 2019 AKS Fellowship, presented research he has done while in Korea. The presentation was entitled “Koryo and Travel in Mongol Eurasia: A Comparative Study of Koryo Language Texts and West Asian Travel Accounts.”
Aaron Albert Molnar presented research he conducted while in Korea on travel in Goryeo and Mongolia. He analyzed the language of Goryeo and travel in West Asia. His analyses and arguments were based on related material. Many interested researchers and students participated in the colloquium.