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Ms. Ko is a Korean teacher in the Asian studies major in the multidisciplinary program in the humanities. Her research deals with (Korean) and Manchurian linguistics.

Ms. Ko Minjung has been teaching Korean for many years at universities in Israel and translates Hebrew poetry into Korean.

Translation into Korean by Minjung Ko of Amnon Shamosh's poem "Anne Frank and I".

Teaching Experience
2003 – Korean Language Teacher at the Korean School in Jerusalem.
2005 - 2006 – Korean Language Teacher at the Korean School in Jerusalem.
2006 - 2009 – Korean Language Teacher at the Korean Culture Center in Jerusalem
(13 groups, 4 levels, 660 hours).
2009 – Teaching at "Ort Giv'at Ram" and at the Hebrew University 'Ulpan' as part
of the Teaching Certificate's practical training.
2010 - Present – Korean Language teacher at Haifa University.
2011 - Present – Korean Language teacher at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
2012 - Present – Korean Language teacher at Bar-Ilan University.
Translation Experience
2009 – Translation of Amnon Shamosh's poem, "Anna Frank and I" into Korean, as part of the multi-lingual book published by "Even Hoshen Publishers" in 2010.
4.2013 – Simultaneous translation of a North Korean refugee in Israel as part of an interview for Channel 1 of the Israel Broadcasting Authority.
11.2013 – Translation of a North Korean video for a report on Channel 2 of the Second Authority for Television and Radio
2014 – Translation of Zelda’s poem, “A Drunk, Embroiled Will” into Korean for an Israeli movie “The Mountain”

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Education/Academic qualification


… → Feb 1997

Award Date: 27 Feb 1997


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