Tongwon University

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Tongwon University
Type Private
Established1993
Dean Dr. Yonggu Yoon
Undergraduates 3600
Location, ,
Website http://www.tw.ac.kr

Tongwon University (동원대학교) is a South Korean higher institution located in Gwangju, Gyeonggi. It has 17 departments and over 3600 students. It was founded in 1993 by Dr. Tong-Won Lee.

History

Founder: Dr. Tong-Won Lee

Notable people

Departments

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