ULIS supports to promote the project of building Vietnam Village in Korea
The University is willing to help Bonghwa District in activities related to the project as well as to develop cooperation with the District in many other cooperative activities.
On November 1st, 2018, Vice President Lam Quang Dong and Deputy Head of the Faculty of Korean Language and Culture Nguyen Thuy Duong met and worked with the delegation of Bonghwa district (South Korea) with the participation of Bonghwa’s Head district – Mr. Um Tae-hang and 12 members of the delegation.
During the working session, the two sides discussed the cooperation in support of the project of building a Vietnamese village in Bonghwa district, Gyeongbuk-do province (Korea), the only place in Korea has heritage of the Ly dynasty of Vietnam. The project will be implemented in 5 years (2020 ~ 2024), including items of a Vietnam historical park; Korea – Vietnam celebration road; Vietnam village. ULIS will support the project through promotional activities, referrals, and other related support.
Delivering his remark at the meeting, Vice President Lam Quang Dong thanked the delegation of Bonghwa district for visiting and trusting the University. He highly appreciated the historical and cultural significance of the project and hoped that the project would mark a special development in the cooperation between Vietnam and Korea.
Vice President asserted that the University was willing to help Bonghwa District in activities related to the project as well as to develop cooperation with the District in many other cooperative activities.