Global Eats! is a regular program at the World Affairs Council for our members to get together for good international food, good fellowship and a good conversation with a specialist on the highlighted country.
A Benefit Of World Affairs Council Membership
February 19, 2019
Seoul Garden Korea BBQ Restaurant
4928 Edmonston Pike, Nashville, TN
We will order a number of the Seoul Garden’s delicious entrees for sharing around the table along with a selection of Korean specialty appetizers. Beer and wine are available, pay as you go.
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Dinner With Insights
To accompany your Korean dining experience you will hear from a member of the Seoul Garden staff on the intricacies of Korean cooking.
You will also be informed on Korean culture — including restaurant and drinking culture and more — by our guests Dylan Irons and Sunny Yoo.
Dylan and Sunny are husband and wife. Dylan, a PhD candidate at Vanderbilt graduated from Yonsei Graduate International Studies (Global Affairs and Policy) and previously taught North Korean Politics, International Business, and Microeconomics at Belmont University. Sunny, a native of Pusan, South Korea, is an attorney in Franklin, Tennessee.
Ambassador Dick Bowers, a TNWAC Board Member, helped check out possible spots for the next “Global Eats” dining out for World Affairs Council members.
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THANKS TO BELMONT UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
THANKS TO THE NASHVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COUNCIL
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