On April 4, the Jeju International Free City Development Center (JDC) announced that vice principal of the Hun School of Princeton Andrew Hamlin visited the island and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Starting with the MOU, both parties will discuss the creation of a detailed plan with the purpose of establishing a Jeju branch of the Hun School of Princeton.
The JDC sees it as the result of its CEO Byon Jong Il’s tour to schools in the US. Currently, JDC has signed MOUs with four American private schools.
The JDC also announced that there are two to three more schools in the States interested in signing MOUs.
The Hun School of Princeton was established in 1914 in Princeton, New Jersey, by professor John Gale Hun at the Ivy League Princeton University. It teaches students from 6th to 12th graders.
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