Working with Korean monks and youth alike on reviving Korean heritage to blend the modern with the classic.
Korea gets its very name from its Buddhist heritage of the Goryeo Kingdom and yet today Korean monks have been facing great difficulty in reaching out to the mainstream and youth in the climate of ultra-modernization. We are in contact with Korean Buddhist monks and nuns about reviving Buddhism which has influenced all aspects of Korean culture and even played an important role in Japanese Buddhism and the life of Prince Shotoku Taishi. We have presented at Buddhist seminars by Korean Universities and include senior Korean monks among our advisers.
We are also very much involved with Korean youth across the world who wish to hold on to the customs and traditions of their Buddhist ancestors by presenting Buddhism in a cool and yet authentic manner. We are also promoting the National Treasures of Korea that have a strong Buddhist influence.