The Tribune this year is structured around 4 sessions that will cover topics of interest to Spain and Korea:
- Session 1: From structured dialogue to strategic partnership
- Session 2: Economic and business cooperation: renewable energy and green economy
- Session 3: Interuniversity cooperation and language teaching
- Session 4: The city as a space for cooperation
The several sessions attended by representatives of the Institute for the Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE), the Chamber of Commerce of Spain, the consultant Haz Energía, the Catalan Institute of Energy, the universities of Barcelona, Malaga and Complutense of Madrid, the Cervantes Institute, the Office of the Inter-University Council of Catalonia, as well as the Spanish Center for Korean Research (CEIC). And from the Korean King Sejong Institute, Seoul National University, Ajou University, Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (Kotra), King Sejong Institute Foundation, and Chung-Ang University.
This dialogue forum, held this year in Barcelona, continues with the eleven previous editions held in Seoul (2003), Barcelona (2005), Jeju (2006), Madrid (2007), Seoul (2008), Córdoba (2010), Seoul (2012), Malaga (2013), Seoul (2014), Malaga (2015), and Seoul (2016).
Coinciding with the celebration of the Spain-Korea Tribune on January 25 in the afternoon, the new Consulate General of Korea will be officially opened on Paseo de Gracia, 103 in Barcelona.