[OSList] A linguistic question for a Korean friend

Michael M Pannwitz mmpannwitz at gmail.com
Sun Dec 10 09:28:20 PST 2017

Dear Doris,

if you go to the world map
> http://www.openspaceworldmap.org/

and click on South Korea you wind up here
> http://www.openspaceworldmap.org/country/KR

If you follow the
Open Space workers from other countries who have also worked in South 
Korea (2)
you see two folks that have worked in South Korea,
Gail West is one of them, she will probably know about a Korean Version 
of the principles etc. And I think there were South Koreans at the last 
WOSonOS in Taiwan earlier this year.

I do second what Koos said on the "Korean Open Space story". What I 
found useful in the german language realm is the emergence, after some 
time, of a now fairly widely used "standard" German version of the Law, 
etc. The "story" each one of us tells along the principles (which in 
German I call "Tatsachen des Lebens", all with tongue in cheeck, of 
course) varies greatly because everyone has a specific story... in 
Germany with its many regional dialects the stories (examples from real 
life) vary accordingly.

Greetings from Berlin

Am 10.12.2017 um 14:14 schrieb Doris Gottlieb via OSList:
> Hello Dear Open Space List,
> Today I'm writing briefly for a friend of mine in Korea.  She will be 
> holding an Open Space Technology meeting in Korea, and although she is 
> Korean has, up to now only used the Principles and Law of Two feet  in 
> English.  We were talking today and she was wondering if there is 
> already a good translation of the principles and law in Korean?
> If so, I would be really grateful if you could let me know either where 
> I can find them on the net, or if you could post them so I can share 
> with her,
> Thanks so much,
> Doris
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