CEO Jang Woo-sok, Invitation ‘The policy debate to establish a research institute for Korean culture and technology (CT)’

 

On July 4, ‘The policy debate to establish a research institute for Korean culture and technology (CT)’ was held at the first seminar room of National Assembly.

This policy debate to discuss the direction of CT research institute development, CEO at Dilussion, was invited as a media panel.

The following are media reports on this.

The CT Institute should be established in Gwangju, the cultural capital of Asia

At the National Assembly’s first seminar room at 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 4, Choi Gyung-hwan, supreme council member of the Democratic Peace Party, opened the ‘The policy debate to establish a research institute for Korean culture and technology (CT)’ to discuss the establishment of respective research institute and its legitimacy of founding in Gwangju.

 

Led by Song Jin-hee, head of the College of Arts at Honam University, Kim Jung-hoon, head of the Culture and Industry Policy Division at the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Park Hyang, chief of the Culture and Tourism and Jang Woo-sok, CEO of the Dilussion Inc., were in attendance to discuss and debate on the direction of CT research development.

 

CEO Jang Woo-sok, commented that previous and existing government service tasks are halted due to a one-off technology development, and therefore a new working-paradigm is necessary for the expansion and continuation of service tasks.

 

Meanwhile, Rep. Choi Gyung-hwan plans to insure the status and position of CT research establishment by the Government and the Ministry of Culture, as well as to devote in securing the budget for the establishment of the CT research institute.

 

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