DaejeonSalon
x = independently organized TED event

This event occurred on
May 22, 2012
12:00am - 12:00am KST
(UTC +9hrs)
Daejeon
South Korea

Unlike other TEDx conferences, TEDxDaejeon’s salon event idea comes from the culture that has been passed on from ancient Greece’s ‘Agora’, and ‘Forum’ from the Roman times. It’s an event that lets less amount of people create deeper networking, which makes it a ‘smaller but deeper communication’ event.

100 Dunsan-ro, Seo-gu Daejeon, korea
Daejeon
South Korea
Event type:
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Speakers

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Jung-Ho Park

Researcher from KDI(Korea Development Institute), He has been worked at KDI providing research and analysis of economic policy decisions for Korean society. However, he has a deep knowledge in Humanities as well as design. He says that the key to answer the problem called "The Tragedy of Commons," one of the well-known theories in Economics, is in Humanities. All kinds of records throughout the generations are in Humanities. He talks about "Humanities of using space" which plays an important role in between relationships of friends and co-workers. These days, 'communication' is a lot mentioned in each part of societies in the world. Let's follow the lead of main speaker's talk.

Organizing team

Roy Younghwan
Cheon

Daejeon, South Korea
Organizer
  • Miae Hong
    Advisor
  • Jaehyung Lee
    Organizers
  • Jinsan Kim
    Organizers
  • Sunjin Jo
    Organizers
  • Hyunsub Shin
    Organizers
  • Ayoung Jo
    Volunteer/Translate
  • Jungyeon Kim
    Volunteer/Translate
  • Narea Kim
    Volunteer/Design
  • Ga-in Lim
    Volunteer
  • Elly Swan
    Volunteer
  • Hyunji Park
    Volunteer
  • Eom-ji Song
    Volunteer
  • Yoonhee Gong
    Volunteer
  • Ah Young Ava Koo
    Volunteer
  • Su yeon Jung
    Volunteer
  • Yoon ki Hur
    Volunteer/Photographer