News

Korean news

New non-stop flights from Korea to Melbourne Airport will soon be available on Asiana Airlines from July until September to boost state-wide tourism and trade.

Cultural Training

AKBC runs “Fundamentals of doing business in Korea” training to help our stakeholders better understand the nuances of doing business in Korea. Contact info@akbc.com.au if you have a delegation going to Korea. 🇦🇺🇰🇷

Cultural Training

AKBC runs regular “Fundamentals of doing business in Korea '' training to help our stakeholders better understand the cultural differences in Korea before their delegation.

Education
Korean news

The AKBC has attended the 1st Korean Studies Educators Forum brought together Korean Studies professors from the University of Melbourne and Monash University, Korean language school teachers, and Korean Studies graduates.

Korean news

The annual survey conducted by the Korea Institute of Public Administration revealed that 92.8 percent of respondents expressed willingness to accept foreigners as fellow members of society, which is a 2.8 percentage point increase from the previous year.

AKBC News
E-Newsletters

Welcome to the March edition of the AKBC e-newsletter, where we share the latest developments and updates on the Australia-Korea bilateral relationship.

AKBC News

Congratulations to the Victorian Government for a fantastic Korea Corporate Day. Last Friday, the CEO Liz Griffin also had an opportunity to speak to the guests about the Victoria-Korea bilateral relationship. We look forward to seeing and helping more Victoria-Korea business collaborations.

Korean news

Four years after Joon-ho's "Parasite" made history as the first non-English language movie to secure the Best Picture Oscar, the growing influence of Hallyu, or the Korean wave, has unquestionably established Korea's status as a cultural powerhouse.

Korean news

AKBC would like to express our warmest congratulations to Dr. In-hwa Chang’s appointment as the new Chairman of POSCO Group. POSCO is an AKBC Accelerate member and we looking forward to continuing to work closely with POSCO under Chairman Chang's leadership.

Critical minerals
Members

AKBC congratulates our Accelerate member Australian Strategic Materials (ASM) on their funding up to US$ 600M (A$ 923M) for the construction and execution of the Dubbo project.