Islamabad - Ambassador of Republic of Korea to Pakistan Dr Suh-Dong-Gu said yesterday in a ceremony held in the University of NUML said that many Korean companies are investing in Pakistan and both the countries are discussing free trade agreement.

Addressing the ceremony arranged by the university to observe ‘Korean Language Day’ the ambassador said that knowing the Korean language and culture will help students to get jobs in both countries. “Besides knowing the Korean Language and Cultural, students can get greater job opportunities in both countries,” he said.   Speaking on the occasion, Rector NUML Maj General Zia Ud Din Najam said that Korean language is one of the few languages of the world whose creation is well documented in history. The ambassador said that Pakistan and Korean Embassy will further enhance the interactions with NUML University in future.

 

 

Rector said that high literacy rate was a deciding factor in Korea’s progress and ‘Hangeul’ played a pivotal role in achieving almost 100 per cent literacy rate. “Language is vital for promoting relations between countries and NUML is effectively serving the national cause,” he said.