Wednesday, 3 June 2015

KCC Centre Celebrates With Children In Abuja



In an effort to strengthen and promote ties between Nigeria and the Republic of Korea, the Korea Cultural Centre, Abuja celebrates with children of various public and private schools within and outside the FCT.

The activities, which also marked the celebration of Children’s Day, were held in an atmosphere of laughter and fun.

Some of the children went on the runway with a (Handbook) fashion show, while JSS, Area 11 rendered a scintillating K-Pop performance by Shining Stars.

There was a drama performance by Hope international school, which brought in the dance competitions after Yasmin International Nursery and Primary School gave a wonderful dance performance.

In an interview with the director, KCC centre, Kwom Young-iK, he said since the opening of the Korean Cultural Centre in Nigeria in 2010 by his government,which is the first of its kind in African continent, the centre has been passionately pursuing a lot of meaningful exchange programmes.

‘We have been able to hold valuable educational programmes in collaboration with public and private schools. Like Let’s Play With YOO, visiting tour of the centre, Korea image drawing competition, Korea-Nigeria quiz competition, Korea Love Day and so on. And I want to inform you that from next year, we will expand the scope of participations to all students, including the private schools, for Korean image drawing competition. Today is for children and I hope they all enjoy the programmes lined up for them.’ He said. (JAB)

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