Vietnam-RoK cultural exchange to mark Vietnam National Day organised in Seoul
(VNF) - A Vietnam – Republic of Korea (RoK) cultural exchange festival was held in Seoul on August 27th to celebrate Vietnam’s 72nd National Day (September 2nd, 1945) and the 25th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties (December 22nd, 1992).
Vietnam’s Ambassador to the RoK Nguyen Vu Tu. (Source: VNA)
Vietnam’s Ambassador to the RoK Nguyen Vu Tu said that he delighted with the thriving relations between the two countries in every field from politics, economy to people-to-people exchange.
More cultural and people-to-people exchanges have been held between the two countries, contributing to stepping up the bilateral friendship and mutual understanding.
President of the Vietnamese Women’s Association in the RoK Mai Thi Hong Ngoc said that the event aimed at promoting Vietnam’s culture and people to Koreans and international friends.
She expressed her hope that through art performances and Vietnamese cuisine, the festival will help tighten the friendship between the two countries which hold a lot of cultural similarities.
Kim Hae-ryon, a representative from the Seoul city council, appreciated the contributions made by the Vietnamese community to her country’s development.
She vowed to do her utmost to support the Vietnamese community and nurture the two countries’ relations.
Visitors highly valued Vietnamese cuisine and its uniqueness. (Photo: Huu Tuyen/ Vietnam+)
Some 150,000 Vietnamese people are living and working in the RoK.
Earlier, a Vietnamese culinary month titled “Hello Vietnam” also was jointly launched by the Vietnamese Embassy in the RoK and Lotte Seoul Hotel on August 24th./.