AIKS Korean Studies Conference Proceedings

The AIKS Korean Studies Conference Proceedings (AIKS-KSCP) is a volume that contains the papers presented in the annual AIKS Korean Studies Conference (AIKS-KSC). Articles in each volume address the theme of the annual AIKS-KSC. The interdisciplinary scope of AIKS-KSCP includes, but is not limited to, research in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Economics, Business and the Sciences. The contribution/relevance to the understanding of Korea should be addressed in all manuscripts.

AIKS-KSCP was founded in 2014 and is published annually at the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. This website and all material associated with it, including published articles, are copyright protected and owned by the Ateneo de Manila University. Readers interested in printing/copying multiple copies of AIKS-KSCP articles should consult the copyright policy first.

Current Issue:

Cover Page

Vol. 2 (2015): Investigating Transnational Spaces in Philippines-Korea Relations

The publication of Volume 2 was supported by the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS-2015-CI5).
Front Matter
 
PDF

MESSAGES

ABOUT THE 2nd AIKS KOREAN STUDIES CONFERENCE
 
PDF
i-ii
Welcome Remarks
 
PDF
1-2
Congratulatory Message
 
PDF
3-4
Solidarity Message
 
PDF
5-6

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Bridging the Transnational Divide: Enhancing the Philippine-Korea Engagement
Hon. Luis T. Cruz
PDF
7-16

Panel I: Multiculturalism in Contemporary Korea

Filipino Korean Marriages: Issues and Challenges in Multiculturalism
Aurora Javate de Dios
PDF
17-48
Shifting the Focus on the Kopino Phenomenon: Contexts, Misconceptions, and Spatial Reform
Normi Garcia-Son
PDF
49-98
Discussion
Emely Dicolen-Abagat
PDF
99-103

Panel II: Labor and Migration

Paper 1: Issues of Filipino Migrant Workers in South Korea
Krista Kyla Seachon
PDF
104-110
Labor Beyond Retirement: Korean Retiree Migrants in the Philippines
Dohye Kim
PDF
111-112
Discussion
Melissa Lao
PDF
113-115

Panel III: Economic Exchange and Development Cooperation

Startup Ecosystem in Korea
Song-Kyoo “Amang” Kim
PDF
116-117
Enhancing the Future of Economic Relations Between the Philippines and South Korea
Ser Percival Peña-Reyes, Fernando Aldaba
PDF
118-177
Discussion
Myrna Austria
PDF
178-182
Synthesis
Alona Guevarra
PDF
183-186

Appendices

Profile of Organizing Committee Members
 
PDF
187-188
Profile of Host and Partner Organizations
 
PDF
189-191
Acknowledgment
 
PDF
192