The event 'Korean Culture Day in Quang Ninh 2022' was held successfully on August 29-30 at Ha Long University, Campus 2A, Dong Ho Street, Hong Hai Ward, Ha Long City.
Ribbon cutting ceremony for Quang Ninh 2022 Korean Culture Day
The Korean Embassy in Vietnam, Quang Ninh People’s Committee, Korean Cultural Center (Director Suk Jin Young) and Ha Long University collaborated to organize the event, known as the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Korea (1992-2022).
The program is being carried out with the assistance of the Korea Tourism Organization in Vietnam (KTO Vietnam), the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA Vietnam), the Korea Copyright Commission, and the King Sejong Academy in Vietnam.
Thousands of students and residents of Ha Long City were very excited to experience various Korean cultural features for the first time, such as trying on Korean costumes (hanbok). Many people enjoy Korean dishes such as mixed vermicelli, rice rolls, kimchi, spicy rice cakes, and rice water. They also learnt about Korean tourism through pictures and documents; played games to win souvenirs; learnt Korean creative content and Korean.
The unique performance program, in particular, provided wonderful moments of relaxation for students and Ha Long audience through familiar musical melodies of Korean dramas, along with K-pop dance hits such as Wonder Girls’ Nobody, You Are My Everything (Song from the film Descendants of the Sun), BTS’s Fire….and a unique taekwondo performance by singer Trung Quan Idol, band Minh Toc and Lam, group Crystal, K-pop cover dance group The A-code, taekwondo performance team Flame Team.
The Korean Cultural Center hopes to bring Korean culture to Vietnamese people in places like Ha Long City and Quang Ninh Province, as well as to strengthen cultural exchanges between Vietnam and Korea.
Some photos from the Korean Culture Day event in Quang Ninh 2022:
Mrs. Phan Thị Huệ – Vice Rector of Ha Long University having a welcome speech.
Eager Ha Long University’s students learning about Korean tourism.
Young people trying Korean food.
Excited Ha Long participants learning how to write their names in Korean.
Dance performed by students of Ha Long University.