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Deadline: November 29, 2021

2021 K-Culture Festival in Malaysia (credit: Fb @koreanembassykl)

Anyeonghaseiyo (안녕하세요)~

Calling for all Malaysian public to our 2021 K-Culture Festival (K-Film & K-Play) in Malaysia!

K-Film

Free Screening Dates: 

2-5 December 2021

Redemption period: 

November 29, 2021 (Mon) from 12 noon onwards

Venue: 

Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC), Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur

How to redeem the free tickets?

  • Free Tickets for the 2021 Korean Film Festival in Malaysia movies can be redeemed via GSC e-payment (website, mobile app) and, via GSC MV e-kiosk are limited for the Korean Film Festival 2021!
  • Worry not, each ticket comes with a GSC combo set (popcorn and mineral water), based on a first-come, first-served basis, while tickets last!

K-Play

Come to GSC Mid Valley and play to win Korean goodies & vouchers!!!

  • Tuho Nori
  • Ddakji
  • Ketingting
  • Baling Slipper

For more information, visit the websites below: gsc.com.my | mys.mofa.go.kr

P/s: Don’t forget to use our hashtag #kculturefestivalmalaysia

See you guys there!

Deadline: November 27, 2021

Event 2. Poster Sharing Event ‘2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop’ (credit: Fb @akcsns)

Event!

‘2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop’ will be held as an online workshop on 29 November 2021.

The workshop is co-hosted by the ASEAN-Korea Centre, the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism of Lao PDR, and the Ministry of Tourism of the Kingdom of Cambodia. 

Please share this post on your SNS and leave a link (URL) in the comments!

Pre-registration is required to participate in the event.

[How to participate] 

*In turn as below

  1. Pre-registration is needed at first. (URL: forms.gle/QZCaECwmXXuUrsvn8)
  2. Follow the ASEAN-Korea Centre's Facebook page @akcsns or Instagram @asean_korea_centre.
  3. Share this post on your SNS.
  4. Leave the link (URL address) you shared in the comments of this post-Facebook or Instagram event post!

[Event period]

2021.11.23 (Tue) 12:00 ~ 2021.11.27 (Sat) 12:00

[Winners]

20 people (Random draw)

[Prize]

Facebook: Amazon gift card 10$

Instagram: Starbucks gift card 10,000 won

[The date of the announcement]

2021. 12. 01 (Wed)

[Event Notice]

Event 3. YouTube live viewing comment event/ November 29, 2021 (Mon) 11:30-16:30

[Winning Tip]

If you participate in Events 1, 2, and 3, your chance of winning increases!

Deadline: November 29, 2021

2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity-Building Workshop (credit: aseankorea.org)

The Future of Tourism: Challenges and Opportunities Cambodia & Lao PDR 

Event Overview

Date

29 November (Monday) 11:00 ~ 16:30 (KST)

Venue

YouTube Live Streaming

Registration 

Pre-registration required to participate in the online workshop

*Link: forms.gle/QZCaECwmxXXuUrsvn8

Detailed Schedule

Opening 11:00~11:20

[Lao PDR Session] 11:20~13:10

The Future of Tourism: Changes in tourism consumption trend after COVID-19

Keynote Address

New Trends in Tourism: How travelers change their travel patterns after COVID-19
Mr. Paul Pruangkarn
Director, Communication & External Affairs, Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)

Presentation 1

Tourism Industry Trends after COVID-19
Mr. Lee Sang-Jin
Director, Solution Business, Yanolja

Presentation 2

Current Tourism Trends and Keywords in Lao PDR
Mr. Khom Douangchantha
Director-General, Tourism Marketing Department, Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism of Lao PDR

Presentation 3

The Direction of Tourism Policy in the Post COVID-19 era
Dr. Kim Hyun-Ju
Research Fellow, Korea Culture & Tourism Research Institute

[Panel Discussion] The Future of Tourism, its changes, and challenges

Break 13:10~14:30

[Cambodia Session] 14:30~16:30

Challenges and Opportunities: Embracing the changes and exploring the challenges in the COVID-19 era focusing on human resource development

Presentation 1

Post COVID-19 Tourism in Korea: Focusing on Human Resource Development
Mr. Hwang Seung-hyun
Executive Director, Korea Tourism Organization

Presentation 2

Human Development Policy in Tourism Sector amid COVID-19 in Cambodia
H.E. TRY Chhiv
Advisor of Tourism & Director, International and Cooperation and ASEAN, Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia

Presentation 3

Future Tourism Education Strategies: What are the issues and how to prepare
Dr. Shin Hak-seung
Assistant Professor, Hanyang University

[Panel Discussion] Draw up countermeasures for the COVID-19 crisis in the tourism industry

Secretariat of 2021 ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop

Tel. 02-761-9691 | E-mail. haley@jennyconvention.com

Deadline: December 17, 2021

"Gauchos" Exhibition by Luis Fabini (credit: kf.or.kr)

From November 17 to December 17, 2021, the Korea Foundation (KF) presents the Gauchos photography exhibition, held both on-site at the KF Gallery and online as a VR exhibition, in collaboration with the Embassy of Uruguay in South Korea. This is renowned Uruguayan photographer Luis Fabini (1965~)’s first exhibition in Korea, providing an opportunity to explore the culture and nature of Uruguay through photographs of gauchos, Uruguayan cowboys who coexist with nature through their unique lifestyle. Organized in cooperation with the Museum of Pre-Columbian and Indigenous Art (MAPI), the exhibition features 33 platinum palladium photographs, as well as eight color photographs printed on handmade Japanese awagami paper.

Harboring a deep interest in Uruguayan cultural heritage, Fabini captures the deep relationship between humans and horses in his photographs, particularly with the publication of his first collection of photographs, titled Gauchos (2012), and its successor, Cowboys of the Americas (2016). Anthropologist Wade Davis, an explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society, said: "Luis Fabini's photographs are a stunning evocation of a unique way of life, the culture of the cowboys. But they are also a celebration of one of most extraordinary relationships between species." Horses may run toward danger while gauchos are riding them, but eventually, humans and horses understand each other and are able to coexist, running in the same direction. As a result, humans became able to travel hitherto unimaginable distances on horsebacks, with the sight of horses galloping over the earth creating pure and beautiful scenery. Fabini's portraits of gauchos are thus as much about humans and horses as about the land where both coexist.

Fabini spent several months living with Uruguayan gauchos to fully understand their way of life while capturing them on film. His photographs are not staged but show life at its most authentic. In contrast to contemporary society, in which rapid consumption reigns supreme, Fabini's photographs reveal gauchos’ simple, strict, and proud approach to life as they preserve the traditions of the land where they were born and raised. Visitors and viewers of the exhibition will be able to feel that living like a gaucho today means the infinite affirmation of one's own way of life.

Fabini's photographs are included in collections in Europe and the United States and have been published around the world in magazines such as Outside, Stern, and the French edition of GEO. This exhibition will provide visitors and viewers with the unique opportunity to enjoy works by an international photographer while virtually traveling to the north of Uruguay. We hope that this exhibition will allow viewers to feel closer to the life and culture of people in Uruguay, the antipode of Korea, and witness the harmonious coexistence between humans and nature and between tradition and modernity.

Advance booking is temporarily required to visit the KF Gallery

Book a visit at the KF Gallery:

Booking Online

Period

2021 .11.17 (WED) - 2021 .12.17 (FRI)

Closed on Sundays and national holidays

Time

(MON)-S(FRI) | 10:00 - 19:00

(SAT) | 10:00 - 16:00

Visitors should be aware that the schedule may be changed due to circumstances related to COVID-19.

Inquiries

P | 02-2151-6500 

E | kfcenter@kf.or.kr

H | www.kf.or.kr 

F | facebook.co/kfglobalcenter

Host

The Korea Foundation

The Embassy of Uruguay in South Korea

The Museum of Pre-Columbian and Indigenous Art (MAPI)

Venue

KF Gallery

West Tower 2nd FL., Mirae Asset CENTER1, 26 Euljiro 5-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul (04539)

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