Who We Are
Founder of "Eurasia Association
Together For the Better Future"
1984 - Korea University
2000-2002 - Quebec University MBA
2003 - CEO of KHAN CO., LTD
2009-2016 - The Peaceful Unification Advisory Council Overseas
2017-2021 - World Federation of Overseas Korean Traders Associations (World-OKTA) Vice-President
2020~ Representative of Korean Association in Poland
South Korean industries’ investment into Poland is increasing by the year, and in 2021, South Korea was Poland’s largest investing country.
In the future, Korean companies’ entry into Poland will continue to grow.
For example, Korean companies can advance into the five fields that the Polish government is focusing on in cooperation with their Polish partners based on their strengths.
green energy industry
digitalization and IT industry
enhancement of national competitiveness
The Korean diaspora population in Poland is also growing.
Together with the Korean Association in Poland, we would like to promote Korea further to Polish companies, such as by inviting Polish companies to participate in the Import Goods Fair held by the Korea Importers Association.
After the Russia-Ukraine war, the world structure will be reorganized.
Ukraine will need to be rebuilt with the help of the US, Europe and another power.
Poland is geographically situated at the entryway into Ukraine,
And as a result of the war, up until now, over 3 million Ukrainian refugees have sought shelter in Poland, fostering a friendly bilateral relationship.
South Korea has grown from a developing country to a leading country, and has lots of experience in the fields of engineering and social infrastructure.
In 1953, following the Korean War, the GNP per Korean was 70USD but in 2021, the figure stands at 31,000USD.
After the war, the time of Eurasia will begin.
South Korea, the center of the far east, and Poland, the gateway to Europe, can collaborate to play the role as a “balancer of power” and leader of the Eurasia times, through the reconstruction of Ukraine.
In such a time, I formed the “Eurasia Association Together for the Better Future” together with my friends in Poland.
Our Association strives to focus on the following activities.
Economic exchange between Poland and South Korea; exhibits, fairs, forums, conferences, etc.
Various cultural and artistic exchange; art, music, film, theater, etc.
Expand networking and exchanges among the youth for future collaborative relations
We hope you take interest and partake in our efforts.
James Nam 남종석