Countries send officials to learn Korea's secrets 2012/08/19, Source, Myanmar officials learn how alternative energy is produced from waste at a resource recovery facility in Gangnam, southern Seoul, on July 13, as part of a 12-day public administration training program.
Catchy pop music and sentimental dramas have blown Hallyu fever far and wide, but countries are turning to Korea for a different reason - to share its development experience. Sixty years ago, Korea was a war-torn country. But after colonization, war and dictatorship, the South has emerged as the 12th-largest economy in the world. Korea is the only country to transition from an aid recipient to a donor nation. Developing countries are zoning in on the Korean example in various sectors including governance and agriculture, along with its successful entertainment industry, keen on learning the "Secret".,...More
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