Landmark Education Offers The Landmark Forum in South Korea
March 20, 2007
Landmark Education is offering its flagship program, The Landmark Forum, in the Korean language for the first time on March 23, 24, 25, and 27 in Seoul, South Korea. With the launch of The Landmark Forum in South Korea, Landmark Education has expanded its operations to 25 countries.
Over the years, Seoul, a forward-thinking city of over 10 million people, has offered its citizen's state-of-the art technology in schools and set the standard of educational excellence throughout the country. "We look forward to The Landmark Forum providing South Koreans with an opportunity to experience breakthroughs in effectiveness and communication," said Landmark Education's representative in Seoul, Hyunsu Cho. According to Jerome Downes, Landmark Education's executive in Japan and Southeast Asia, "Offering The Landmark Forum in Seoul, South Korea, represents Landmark Education's commitment to making these unique programs available where there is a demand." Landmark Education also offers The Landmark Forum in simplified and traditional Chinese, Thai, Japanese, English, French, German, Hebrew and Spanish.
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Landmark Education, founded in 1991, provides innovative personal growth and development programs to individuals, organizations, communities and institutions. With more than 50 offices in 25 countries, Landmark Education is a worldwide leader in the training and personal development industry, with more than 160,000 people participating in its programs each year. Landmark Education's more than 50 programs -- including its flagship course, The Landmark Forum -- are the products of extensive research, and produce breakthroughs in effectiveness and communication.