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Vietnamese language course held for Korean students
HNT 08:00, 2014/10/13
A Vietnamese language course started in Hanoi October 11 for 93 Korean students.

The students are expected to comprehend the Vietnamese language, history and culture after graduation.
 


The event, as part of the global young business manager project in 2014-2015 academic year is co-organized by Hanoi University of Culture and RoK’s Daewoosky Institute. Project director Kim Joon Ki hoped that 93 Korean students would try their best to successfully complete the nine-month course.

Vietnam and the RoK have many similarities in culture and history. It’s necessary to develop bilateral friendship and cooperation through culture, education, and tourism exchanges, he stressed.

 
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