Youth@Seoul
x = independently organized TED event

Theme: Identity Unmasked

This event occurred on
November 19, 2011
3:00pm - 5:30pm (UTC +9hrs)
Seoul
South Korea

Our event will be hosted at Yonsei University in a auditorium that seats 200 people on November 19th. There is a lovely common area outside the auditorium with tables and couches where audience members and speakers can interact. The event will be from 3pm to 5:30pm and we are planning to recruit 4 live speakers and play 2 live talks.

The TEDxYouthSeoul event will focus on the theme of identity by 'Play, Learn, Build, and Sharing.' We will ask questions like "Who am I?" or "What values define me?" and we will try to help audience members take a step closer to finding the answers to these questions.

This time, we are definitely trying to make our event more interactive and make everyone feel as if they belong, are truly a part of the wonderful experience. We will have a couple activities and will allow a lot of discussion time between the speakers and audience members in the common area right outside the auditorium.

Yonsei University SaeChunNyun Hall
Seoul
South Korea
Event type:
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Speakers

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Tom Lee

A senior at the Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, Tom Daham Lee has held various leadership positions such as the Student Council President, a senior advisor for the World Youth Model Congress 2011 conference, and a student director for YOUTHECA and Yonsei University’s GLAD Camp. He is interested in helping students create their own conferences and events, taking responsibility and making their own experiences.

Nam Yun Kim

NAM YUN KIM, of Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, Korea has continued her research on student rights, Blue Right, and Empathics, the study of empathy. She has participated in various activities with her research, including international conferences and global youth research project at Boston. She is interested in meeting with other students who believe that we are the one to make change in this world, and who try to restore what we deserve such as our rights and voices.

Amber Min

Amber Sung Won Min has never stopped being a high-achiever. A former competitive swimmer, she has combined academics and sports, as well as founding Givology Korea Chapter, the NGO that supports child education in developing countries, and Global Citizenship Awareness Program, the organization that works for multicultural children education. She wants to continue her academic interest in the field of East AsiaStudies and Education

Hyung Guk Kim

Hyung Kuk Kim considers himself as an ordinary student. He does not have a moving life story where he has overcome a great obstacle or has come across those people in great need who helped him define his future goal. Nevertheless, he is the proud owner of his own active and colorful life. He plays soccer and baseball, and is an active member of clubs of his various interests. Now he is thrilled to say that he is a ‘TEDx’ speaker!

Organizing team

Minae
Kwon

Seoul / Gang Nam Gu, South Korea
Organizer
  • Kevin Kim
    Designer
  • Rachel Kim
    Technician/Teaser maker
  • Jane Chyun
    Sponsor contacter
  • Won Gi Jung
    Speaker mentor
  • Claire Yang
    Advertiser