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ISLABABAD

The Korean Embassy in Pakistan played the role of bringing the people of two countries closer by enhancing people-to-people contact. On April 11, the Pakistan-based Korea community arranged an event, entitled 'Korean Sports Gala' at the National University of Modern Language premises. The Embassy facilitated the organisers hold the event with Pakistani students who learn Korean language. On April 13, Ambassador Dr Song Jong-hwan presented a painting to Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The painting entitled ' The pine tree and wind' by a renowned Korean artist Prof Moon Bong Sun will be used to decorate the newly-built block after the name of Sahibzada Yaqoob Khan. The painting was received by Syed Tariq Fatemi, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister.

On April 17, the ambassador attended the 8th Korean Speech contest, held at the Korean Department of the National University of Modern Languages (NUML). In his speech, His Excellency the ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Dr Song Jong - hwan said that the Pakistani students of the Korean language were the ambassadors of Pak-Korea friendship, who have made his job easier of promoting good ties between the two friendly countries.

 The events reflect Pak-Korea relation developing in the fields of sports, culture, education and art.