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Thanks to learners
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hello. i am Yong-soo professor of political science and international studies here at Hanyang university. as you know I’ve been with you of the past 6 weeks developing this futurelearn course entitled of Korea in a Global Context. it was like the December and January this year and last year that was first to began to work on this course. and now we are in the middle of the summer. The temperature go slide 35 even 60 degree celsius. so it is very hot so time was flies. it is great to have a chance again meet you at all and to say hello to you. today I’am here with Byung-gune and Seung-in my teaching assistances and the mentors of this course.
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why don’t you say hello to our learners. hello i am Byung-gune your teaching assistance. hi i am Seung-in a mentor of this class. okay. obviously we are here not only to say hello but also to say a few words of appreciation and gratitude. first of all i sincerely and deeply thank you for your active participation in this course. to be honest with you i didn’t expect that i received this huge amount of interest in this course. throughout this course i received considerable amount of the e-mail and inquiries asking questions about the South Korea and international politics of the Asia pacific. and i have amazed by the amount of your interests in the course.
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so for that i am very grateful to each one of you for your active participation and engagement in this course. and i also learn a lot not only from developing and leading this course but also from watching you guys having conversation with each other over the issues regarding for example of rise of china and South Korea’s foreign policy a mid of growing tension of competition between american pivoted Asia and the rise of china. so again for that i am very grateful to each one of you for your active participation and engagement with each other throughout this course. and i am pretty sure that my teaching assistance and mentors of this course who have some words to say to you.
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Byeong-gune or Seung-in why don’t you give some words to our learners. by engaging this course i could meet lots of people from various background and who hold different thoughts about interesting issues. it is for me that i felt it is some kind of future agora by feel with interesting discussions. i am really enjoy being part of that agora so thank you for your enthusiastic participation and i hope that we can meet again if we have any chance. hi. i am here to thank you for all of you guys for participating this class enthusiastically. especially for me it is a great experience and i learned a lot from your comments. especially from all around the world.
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especially not from korea, china or us. also it was interesting to hear or see comments and your opinions from other countries. thank you. so as my teaching assistances point that out we all thank you for your fantastic contributions to this course and hopefully we will meet again in another course about south korea or about international relations of the asia pacific. and before wrapping this course up i want to make one point clear that i think we should remain very sensitive and even attentive to the complexity on the lining international politics of 21st century.
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precisely because there is a complexity and even contingency deeply involved in the global politics so i believe we would be much better of the diverse array of the ideas even competing or conflicting ideas rather than single theoretical or analytical even numerative perspective. on that important note hopefully we will meet again in another course about south korea or about international relations of the asia pacific. and thank you again for your fantastic contribution to this course. we’d like to say thank you in korean altogether Gomap-sumnida(고맙습니다). thank you have a great day.

Congratulations on reaching the end of the course and thank you for your active participation.

In this section, I prepared the video with two teaching assistances to say a few words of appreciation and to wrap up the course.

First of all, I learned a lot not only from making and leading the course, but also watching you having a conversation about the issues covered. I am fully amazed at your various ideas and comments.

Second, I would like to make one point clear. I think we should remain very sensitive and even attentive to the complex phenomenon on the lining of international politics of 21st century.

On that important note, I hopefully want to meet again in another course about South Korea or international relations of Asia Pacific areas.

Have a great day and I wish you all the best in the future.

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