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page title : Knowledge Sharing Program


LH, in partnership with KOICA, has implemented 26 knowledge sharing programs(385 participants)
to share experience with foreign countries' officials since 2006.
LH aims to develop overseas government officials' knowledge and expertise needed to foster growth
of their countries through various lectures and site visits.

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Course Objectives
To provide overall knowledge on Korea's urban and regional development, housing(including Housing design, housing management, housing finance etc.) and urban (including new town, urban regeneration, urban planning etc.) management policies which have been accumulated since 1960s in order for the participants and the government officials to use the information to establish their own policy to overcome their domestic concerns about sustainable urban and regional development.
Training Participants
  • Should be government officials preferably in the mid-senior level or higher
  • Should be public enterprises' officials preferably in the senior level or higher

During the first week of the program, participants have the chance to experience Korean society, lifestyle, and traditional and modern culture. Participants are invited to various sites in Seoul- the capital and the heart of the Republic of Korea. Seoulis also the home of major corporations, major corporations, banks, government offices, leading schools and universities, and entertainment facilities.
Participants will find a variety of things to see and do through this program. Korean Folk Village will recreate living scenes of Korean society from several centuries ago. On the day of city excursion, participants will visit several places like Namdaemun Market, Gyeongbok palace, Korean traditional home N-Seoul Tower and Insadong (a charming narrow street lined with antique stores and art galleries).