ROK Embassy hands over 100 audio-guide to National Museum in Yangon

ROK Embassy hands over 100 audio guide
Yangon Chief Minister U Phyo Min Thein accepts the audio-guide devices donated by ROK Embassy on 19 November .

The Embassy of the Republic of Korea, in close cooperation with the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture, handed over 100 new audio-guide to National Museum in Yangon yesterday.
U Phyo Min Thein, Yangon Region Chief Minister, accepted the equipment presented by Mr Lee Sang-hwa, Korean Ambassador.
Through this new audio-guide will substitute old audio guide which was originally at the National Museum Yangon. Compared to the 42 old audio guide which explained only 30 artifacts, the 100 new audio guide explains 80 artifacts in 3 languages (Myanmar, Korean, English) with Korean Language newly added.
Korean Ambassador highlighted that as two countries commemorate 45th anniversary of diplomatic relationship today, and next year(2021) is Mekong-ROK Exchange Year, this will serve as meaningful momentum to attract more Korean visitors to Myanmar, and promoting Myanmar culture to Koreans. On similar context, Korean Government recently disclosed the upgraded “New Southern Policy PLUS” which puts much importance on mutual cultural exchange.
Another special features worth attention is, Myanmar Actor Mr Khar Ra participated in the Myanmar version track 1 recording. Mr Khar Ra is an Honorary Ambassador for Korean Culture, whose role is to promote mutual cultural exchange.—GNLM

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