The Center edited the Koreanische Literatur und Kultur series 1995-2004, published in Germany, with volumes of poetry in English translation and essays in English and German.
Since 2001 the Center publishes, in its first worldwide edition, Hagiographica Coreana, the acts of canonization (in Korean, Latin and French) of the XIX century Korean martyrs of the Catholic Church, with the legal documentation and narratives of the involved witnesses: this project is being carried out originally in collaboration with the Korea Foundation, then with the National University of Seoul. Among the meetings with and about exponents of culture in the korean world, the lectures of Nobel Prize candidate Ko Un.