Personalized learning system for North Korean refugees


Song Su-Hyeon (Lawyer of Hanbyeol Law, LLC)

Mission & Purpose

Mulmangcho Open School provides learning opportunities to North Korean refugees by inviting experts to give lectures on various topics. The programs assist in the refugee resettlement process and aim to empower democratic citizenship. 

Our Approach

  • 10 weekly lectures and experiential learning programs
  • Classes emphasizing law, economics, literature, art
  • 30 particpants 
  • Classes on law, economics, literature, and art
  • 30 students per class
  • Scholarship opportunities for graduates of the program
  • No participation fee
General Information:

  • Established on Dec 16, 2014
  • Address: 32, Beodeunaru-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Dongyeon Building 2F, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  • Open to college students and adult North Korean refugees
  • Applicants should apply two weeks before the start of the first class; 30 people will be selected