Lectures were held simultaneously online and offline on the theme of 'Zeus, the greatest god in Greek and Roman mythology, learn from him'

Poster for the 93rd Convergence Culture Concert (Photo provided - Research Institute for Next-Generation Convergence Technology)
Poster for the 93rd Convergence Culture Concert (Photo provided - Research Institute for Next-Generation Convergence Technology)

The Institute for Next-Generation Convergence Technology (Director Kim Jae-young, hereinafter referred to as Yoong Ki-won) announced on May 18 (Wed) that it will invite Professor Kim Heon of the Humanities Institute of Seoul National University to hold the 93rd Convergence Culture Concert.

The Yonggiwon Convergence Culture Concert, which started in 2012 and celebrates its 93rd anniversary, invites celebrities from various fields such as science, humanities, and society to popularize convergence thinking.

This lecture, which will be held under the theme of ‘Learn from Zeus, the greatest god in Greek mythology,’ will be held online and offline with ZOOM from 2 p. m. in the Junggiwon Conference Room 1.

Professor Heon Kim's lecture was so well-received that it was selected as a popular lecture among Seoul National University students.

"The 93rd Convergence Culture Concert will be a useful time to reflect on our human civilization and history projected on it based on an interesting story about the birth and power of Zeus, the best god in Greek and Roman mythology," said a representative of the local diffusion team.

Anyone who is interested can attend the lecture for free through pre-registration, and applications can be made on the Junggiwon website.

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