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Sang Kim is the Director of Communications at the Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI). Previously, she served as the Director of Public Affairs and Intern Coordinator where she was responsible for KEI’s community outreach and public affairs programs including the annual Korean American Day luncheon, Ambassadors’ Dialogue, and the Future of Korea. As the Intern Coordinator, Ms. Kim managed the all-year-long internship program at KEI. She joined KEI in April 2013 as the Office Manager and Executive Assistant and has taken on various responsibilities including serving as the Associate Director of Programs prior to the current position.

Prior to joining KEI, Ms. Kim held an internship at the U.S.-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins SAIS where she researched a variety of issues related to Korean affairs, focused
mainly on U.S. – Korea and inter-Korea relations. Ms. Kim graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a B.A. in Government & Politics with minors in Korean
Studies and Chinese Language. She earned her Master’s degree in Security Policy Studies from George Washington University.

This article was published on The Diplomat on  June 7, 2022. From semiconductors to autonomous robotics, the May 21 joint statement between Presidents Yoon Suk Yeol and Joe Biden emphasized strategic, economic,…

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October 6, 2022

On August 31, South Korea became the first nation to challenge Google and Apple’s control over the app market by prohibiting these companies from forcing their own payment system for…

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September 21, 2021

2019 was a year of confusion in the United States and the Asia-Pacific. After the failed Hanoi summit, the world waited for North Korea to come back to the table,…

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By Andrew Haggard The casual observer may be perplexed by the recent headlines of supposed North Korean hackers effectively bringing Sony Pictures Entertainment’s computer systems to its knees.  How does one reconcile NASA photos and satellite images showing the near-entirety of the northern part of the Korean peninsula in utter darkness with the picture of…

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Region: Asia

January 21, 2015

By Lisa Ji Computer science majors may have a larger role to play in promoting socio-political changes in North Korea than one may suspect. On August 2nd, computer programmers and human rights advocates gathered together in San Francisco, to discover new ways of providing information to and from the highly reclusive country, North Korea. In…

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Region: Asia

August 14, 2014

By Greg Scarlatoiu Regardless of the outcome of the upcoming December 19 presidential elections in South Korea, there will likely be changes in Seoul’s approach to North Korea. Since the shooting of South Korean tourist Park Wang-ja at Mount Kumgang in July 2008, inter-Korean exchanges have subsided, and inter-Korean tensions have been further exacerbated by…

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Region: Asia

December 18, 2012

By Joyce YunSun Kang With “Gangnam style” now attracting over 650 million views, Psy (real name: Park Jae-sang) has done what no other South Korean singer has been able to do: successfully break into the mainstream U.S. market. But was this simply a YouTube video gone viral, or something else? Social media played a large…

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November 7, 2012