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Korean Culture Festival to Open in Shanghai

2006/03/29 | 112 views | Permalink | Source

A Korean culture festival is scheduled to open in the Chinese city of Shanghai this summer.

Jointly organized by the China Cultural Center in Seoul and the Shanghai Film College, the event will run from September 15th to the 22nd and will include a Korean film festival, exhibitions, concerts and seminars.

Major South Korean broadcasting programs, games, animation and digital contents will be displayed at the exhibitions.

Organizers will announce additional details on the event at the China Cultural Center in Seoul on Wednesday.

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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