Art And Culture

S. Korea Plans Cultural Center

S. Korea Plans Cultural CenterS. Korea Plans Cultural Center

South Korea will open a cultural center in Tehran next year, according to Seoul’s Ambassador to Tehran Kim Seung-Ho.

“We would like Iranians to know more about South Korea, than just TV series like Jumong and Dae Jang Geum (Jewel in the Palace),” he told IRNA on Saturday, at the Iran-South Korea Cultural Festival held at the Milad Tower in Tehran.

“South Korea’s government is determined to boost cultural interaction with Iran; cultural ties will further bolster mutual relations in economy and politics,” Kim said.

Without cultural relations, interactions between any two countries cannot be a whole or complete. Ties between Iran and South Korea have a bright future. “This friendship is lasting,” he said.