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The Goal of Korean Genome Project (KGP) is to sequence all the Koreans on Earth (~50,000,000). KPGP is a PGP

The Korean Genome Projects
 
The Korean Genome Research

 Korean Genome Project Steps:

  •     2008: The First Korean Genome (Dr. Seong-jin Kim's sample)
  •     2010: The Genome Sequncing of Korean Familes (2 families. 8 people). Not published.
  •     2010: In association with KT (KGP 20). Publically available.
  •     2014: 50 Korean Genomes (KGP 50)
  •     2015: 100 Korean Genomes (KGP 100)
  •     2017: 1000 Korean Genomes (Korea1K or KGP 1000). Published in Science Advances. 
  •     2018: 2000 Korean Genomes (KGP 2000)  
  •    2020: 4000 Korean Genomes (Korea4K).
 Related projects 
Korean Genome FTP Sites (Download)
Korean Reference Genomes (KOREF)
Korean Genome Researchers and Developers 
 Korean Genome Resources