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Opening Ceremony of Woonbum Hall

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Opening Ceremony of Woonbum Hall There was an opening ceremony of Woonbum hall on March 20th. Woonbum Hall is located on the first floor of ID KAIST building and it is named after professor Chung-ki Kim's pen name “Woonbum”, who donated 30 million won to ID KAIST. This hall is fully equiped for seminar and audio-visual lecture. Faculty and alumni of ID KAIST were invited to this event and along with the opening ceremony, there was a lecture by Professor Donald Norman, Who is a world class scholar in HCI area. Professor Chung-ki Kim donated additional 20 million won to ID KAIST on that day.
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