Lesung im Pfarrzentrum Dreiheiligen: Historische Parallelen und inspirierende Diskussionen

Reading at the Dreiheiligen Parish Centre: Historical parallels and inspiring discussions

Our reading at the Dreiheiligen Parish Centre in Innsbruck was a complete success! An evening full of reading enjoyment, inspiring discussions and rousing music. From the organiser Ms Maria Dajeon to our captivating author Soonae Lee-Fink to the impressive reading by Ms Sabine Wallinger - everyone contributed to a truly interesting experience. The musical accompaniment by Eun Jeong Park perfectly rounded off the atmosphere and delighted us all.

After the reading, inspiring discussions arose about Franziska Donner, Syngman Rhee and the gripping history of Korea in general. The guests contributed their thoughts and drew exciting parallels to divided Germany. Among the many guests were Ing. Martin and Kozeta Krulis, the co-organiser Mr. Daniel Dajeon, Dr. Johannes Dickl and Soonae's energetic brother Soonchun, who gave them crucial support in researching the book.

A big thank you goes to the organisers, the Dreiheiligen Parish Centre, the Katholisches Bildungswerk Tirol and the Diocese of Innsbruck, who made this event possible. Without their commitment and support, this evening would not have been possible. We are full of anticipation for further readings and exciting discussions on this fascinating topic. If you are interested in organising a reading, please contact us at marketing@ritzberger.at!

By the way, our book is currently available at the unbeatable price of 20€ with the code READING. Immerse yourself in the fascinating story and order your copy at www.verlagritzberger.at! This is an opportunity you should not miss. Grab your copy and be enchanted by the captivating words of our author Soonae Lee-Fink!

The reading at the Dreiheiligen Parish Centre will remain in our memories for a long time. It was an evening full of emotion, inspiration and cultural exchange. We thank everyone who attended and look forward to many more unforgettable readings and discussions in the future.

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