The Korean Political Science Association (KPSA) is a nation-wide academic organization of scholars interested in political science, international relations, and related disciplines. Founded in 1953, it has grown into the largest academic organization in Korea with active membership of over 2,000 individual scholars and institutions. KPSA seeks to encourage academic activities and intellectual dialogue among scholars and to promote academic exchanges and mutual understanding between Korean and foreign scholars. KPSA is free from any ideological inclination as well as political prejudice. Furthermore, it does not identify with any political parties or the government. With a view to broaden the scope of its activity, KPSA was registered in January 1995 as an incorporated body of the Korean National Assembly.
Administrative members (2008 to present):
President: Lee Chong Hee, Professor at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
President-elect : Nam Young Lee, Sejong University
For the full list of administrative members, visit: www.kpsa.or.kr/eng/the%20Board.htm.
The Korean Political Science Review
Gangnam-Gu, Seoul, Korea