Rufina Park

Rufina Park

Seoul, South Korea


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Rufina Park

Rufina Park is a bilingual (English/Korean) journalist and researcher based in Seoul, South Korea. She was previously a researcher and Asia weekly news writer for the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and member of the AAJA and worked with organizations such as the Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival, Arirang Radio, SURGE (social innovation in Asia), and the Korea Social Enterprise Promotion Agency. Currently, she is the Creative/Editorial Director of Ottiya, an international magazine + platform for new visions in creative learning.

She has experience researching/reporting/translating for topics on the Korean peninsula such as current affairs, politics, technology, social innovation, arts and culture, North Korea, and Korean literature.

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English Korean


Short op-ed written after BC, Canada announced a $6million budget for a K-12 coding curriculum.


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Audio conversation with Doyeon Kim, Founder of an education NGO called "JUMP" in South Korea for the Harvard Alumni for Education


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An article exploring South Korea's educational dilemmas and how young social entrepreneurs might provide a solution to the broken education system. Written for the Harvard Kennedy School Review and published in July 2015.


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A presentation (in English) on how South Korea is changing their education system to prepare students for the Creative Economy. This presentation is based on a report I wrote on the same topic for the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada in June 2016. The report can be downloaded here: https://www.asiapacific.ca/research-report/preparing-students-south-koreas-creative-economy-successes


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