Welcome to the website of the Anglo-Korean Society.
The Society was founded in 1956 to foster friendship between the UK and
the Republic of Korea, and its primary objective is to bring together
all those in the UK who are interested in Korean matters.
The Society provides opportunities for contacts between British
nationals and Koreans living in Britain, and acts as a forum for social
and cultural exchange in an environment of friendship and understanding.
Wishing all our members a merry
Christmas and a peaceful New Year!
We look forward to welcoming you at more events in 2014.
Korean War Commemoration Day at the National Arboretum
Chairman Warwick Morris represented the AKS at the 60th anniversary
service Read article
AKS Bursary awards for 2013 - 2014
Read about the first of our successful candidates on our
Bursary Programme page.
Library of Korean Literature
Library of Korean Literature is published by Dalkey Archive Press in
collaboration with the Literature Translation Institute of Korea.
15 titles will be published as part of the Korean Literature Series; 10
titles at the end of September and early October, and 5 more in the Spring.
The aim of the National Literature Series is to promote and study the life
and art of another country and bring it to the English speaking world.
Some of the titles are:
No one Writes Back by Jang Iun Jian
At Least we can Apologize by Lee Ki-ho
The Soil by Lee Kwang-soo
Lonesome You by Park Wan-sun
House of a Sunken Courtyard by Kim Won-il
posted 22 October 2013