Urim Books' booth air view - The stair-like landmark symbolizes the measure of faith on the way to Heaven and visually expresses Urim Books' heart that wishes to lead all people of all nations into Heaven.
Urim Books of Manmin Central Church will take part in Seoul International Book Fair 2012, the biggest book fair in Korea (www.sibf.or.kr). The 18th book fair is organized and managed by the Korean Publishers Associations in COEX, Samsung-Dong, Seoul, and held this year from June 20 to 24, 2012, with the theme of "The Future is in Books."
Urim Books has been dedicated to the publication ministry (www.urimbooks.com). They will display 80 books authored by Dr. Jaerock Lee's including the series Bible study books for children, 190 volumes of the books published in approximately 40 languages, as well as 200 electronic books, e-books, in around 34 languages.
Taking full advantage of widely-used digital ministry, Urim Books will present the Russian version of the audio book The Message of the Cross that is Dr. Lee's representative book and other electronic books in various media. Urim Books' booth is situated in the booth F2 in Hall A. Its ambience allows for visitors to have a feeling of comfort as though they were in a personal library in Heaven. There are also two special places in the booth. The "Photo Wall" where visitors have an opportunity for keep-sake photos and a break area for comfortable leisure reading of books.
In particular, they are provided with a chance to read electronic books from Urim Books through Kyobo E-book reader, New iPad, and Kindle Fire.
"Urim" was adopted from the breastpiece of judgment that priests used to ask God's will in the Old Testament time (Exodus 28:30). Urim means 'light' in Hebrew, and light indicates God's Word of life.
Urim Books spearheads the publication ministry to provide souls around the world with spiritual food that is necessary for people in this generation through multi-language books and electronic books.
Saudi Arabia has been invited as the guest of honor. Seminars on various issues are to be held giving publishers updated information on publication. There are special lectures entitled "Talking to a Writer" prepared especially for lay-people concerning the humanities. In addition, informative lectures "Korean Metal Type and Korean Wood-printed Books," "Special Gallery of Nobel Prize Winners for Literature," and "Picture Book with Themes" are to be held. Children and young students can make their own 'books' in a booth prepared in the hall.
Its opening hours are as follows: 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. on June 20 (Wed.); 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. on June 21 (Thurs.) to 22 (Fri.); 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. on June 23 (Sat.); and 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. (Sun.)