I am Sunyung Hong from South-Korea and I graduated Yonsei university , the best private university in my country. Even if  South Korea is so small country, has until lots of historical problems and the only left divided country in the world tragically, I am proud of my country and feel lamentable seriously whenever I think our history. On basis of  these reasons, I've tried facing lots of challenges and still I am go on.


I studied law and politics in South Korea and  Australia. After that, I worked lawyer's office for one year, however, I got special interest in the peace of middle-east countries to be specific, with regard to Islam law and culture because I thought it would be the important key for maintenance of democracy all over the world. 

So I came here, Turkey with two scholarship from Korea and Turkey. Furthermore, nowadays I am learning lots of knowledge about Islam countries. After master degree in Turkey (now I am in Turkey) , I will try to adjust this peaceful political model from that I've made to North-East Asian countries. As you know, my place is so close physically and mentally Iran like I pointed out , and specially nowadays North Korea's political condition became worse as time goes by.  But i think two korea's problem is essentially related with China and U.S. My interest is specially falling into the Human rights includes Islam's woman's rights (even though some women don't know "what can be their rights", and Information law.  

As i got scholarship, i became the academic  connection with Peking,China so i would visit there this summer. China has been always a important key and affect on two Koreas with regardless of what their interest is. Therefore, China, NK, US, SK 's political status and conditions always could be a big interest for me even if now I am not in SK....

When it comes to WAR......it can be little bit classical aspect but it's true that the aspect reflect they hate each other and war could not happen now physically but mentally with technology. Therefore, there are so many reasons I spend time on organizing my opinion on the peace of North-East Asia in the view of our history, culture, specially, political leadership and so on. 

So, I am always open these kinds of global issues making me passionate and feeling me alive!!

If you have same interest with me and love exchanging opinions for World Peace, don't hesitate to add me as a friend! Let's start now!

-12, April, 2013. Sunyoung Hong, from Istanbul, Turkey-

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