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The Cultural Heritage Administration announced on Thursday a set of key projects it plans to focus on this year, which includes reorganizing systems, policies and restructuring the organization so that it can live up to its new name — the Korean Heritage Administration, which will take effect on May 17.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will provide a record KRW 1.74 trillion in content policy financing to have domestic content become a leader on the world market this year.
The culture ministry on Tuesday unveiled its policy goals for this year, aiming to establish Korea as a leading global cultural powerhouse and foster citizens' happiness through cultural engagement.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism is championing K-comics and webtoons on a national scale as the next wave of K-contents.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) aim to bring 20 million visitors to Korea this year. On Friday, the Culture Ministry announced its large-scale marketing plans to achieve the feat.
Content exports in 2022 broke USD 13.2 billion for the first time. In a news release on the content industry as of 2022, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Jan. 5 said the value of such exports reached USD 13.24 billion in 2022, up 6.3% from USD 12.45 billion in the previous year.