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KJYC aims to provide Korean and Japanese students the opportunity to learn and discuss Korea-Japan relations in a safe and unbiased environment. Based on this basic concept we provide four different programs for students in Korea and Japan. In order to make sure every program is unbiased and fair, team members from Korea, Japan, and a third party nation take part in creating and realizing our four different programs. Learn more about our programs here.



Monthly Discussions

Every month, we bring together Korean and Japanese students in an online environment to discuss a variety of different topics, ranging from music to history to politics.


Online Guest Lecture

We provide Korean and Japanese students the opportunity to directly learn about Korea-Japan relations from experts in the field (professors, researchers, diplomats etc...). In the past we have invited professor Kan Kimura from Kobe University and professor Tadashi Kinomiya from Tokyo University.

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Youth Connect Program

KJYC partners up with schools in both Korea and Japan to bring together two schools in two different countries in order to give a large number of students the opportunity to learn more about Korea-Japan relations. 


Winter and Summer camp

We are currently working with the Japan-Korea Cultural Foundation to host an Online Summer camp from August 13. We are planning to invite 20 students from Korea and Japan to experience a day of excitement, realization, and enlightenment. Check the join now page for more information.