- Authors: Hung-guk Cho (transl.)
- Publication Date: April / 2018
- Publisher: Zininzin
Vietnam has become one of Korea’s biggest trade partners and Cambodia’s Angkor ruins have become one of favorite places to visit by Koreans. The Mekong: Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future illustrates the Mekong River that has significance in the natural environment, culture, and history of the Southeast Asian region. The book was written to stimulate interest and facilitate understanding of the Mekong River and its history by the general public. The book is recommended for those who want to prepare before vising Southeast Asia by gaining an in-depth understanding of the region and for those students who want to learn about the general regional history of the river. The book hopes to facilitate heightened understanding of the Mekong River as the world’s twelfth longest river and lifeline of civilization in Southeast Asia. The book is the ninth book in the SNUAC Modern History Series.