Published: February 22, 2013
Lindenbaum Music, The Lecture for the Peace in Korean Peninsula at the Oxford Union
On February 21, Lindenbaum Music (CEO Won, Hyung-joon, http://www.lbmc.co.kr/eng/) announced its lecture planned on Feb.27 with the invitation of the Oxford Union for the first time as a Korean classical musician on the subject of 'The Future Harmony and Communication in the Korean Peninsula.'
CEO Won, Hyung-joon will appeal his intention to re-promote the concert of the united orchestra composed with 100 South and North Korean youths in Panmunjeom to the international society. The orchestra concert has been delayed since 2011.
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