Friday 19 July 2013 -
19:00 to 23:59
Gwanghwamum centre, British Council Korea

The British Council Korea presents Brits Talk Korea, a series of presentation by British authors, journalists and public figures who live in Korea.  The second presenter is Michael Breen, Seoul-based CEO, author, columnist and one-time lunch guest of Kim Il-sung, will deliver a talk that examines the question: ‘Why Are The Two Koreas Still Divided?’ 

  • Time/Date: 19:00, 19 July
  • Venue: Gwanghwamun Centre of the British Council Korea
  • Presentation title: Why Are The Two Koreas Still Divided?
  • There is no admission fee.

   * This event is fully booked. 

A resident of Korea for over 30 years, Breen will draw on his extensive experience and weave in his observations and perceptions of a divided nation that continues to fascinate the world. 


About the Presenter

Michael Breen is CEO of Insight Communications, a PR consulting firm founded in 2005 based in Seoul. He is also an author, journalist and columnist and has written for The Washington Times and The Guardian. He is the author of Kim Jong-il: North Korea’s Dear Leader and The Koreans: Who They Are, What They Want, Where Their Future Lies.  


Brits Talk Korea

The British Council presents 'Brits Talk Korea', a new series of presentations by British authors, journalists and public figures who live in Korea. Every month, you are invited to attend a talk at our centre in Gwanghwamun by speakers who will share their unique insight into their special topic.