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The Third International Meeting of Cultural Professional Organisations ended Friday in Seoul with participants reiterating their stance on the need to protect cultural products from international trade agreements.
The third International Meeting of Cultural Professional Organisations kicked off its four-day run in western Seoul yesterday, tackling the issue of how to cope with threats to cultural diversity.
With preparations under way to host the 2005 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting next fall and the upcoming Busan Film Festival, it is little wonder that Korea's biggest port city has pushed art to the sidelines.
The National Museum of Korea, located inside the Gyeongbok Palace in downtown Seoul, is currently moving its artifacts to a new and permanent home.
The importance of design and design industry as the pivot of knowledge foundation industry in 21st century has been largely understood as a core factor in order to increase the international competitive power subject in industry development.
There has been much discussion in recent years about how to revamp the Korea Culture and Arts Foundation, making it more independent and professionally structured. The government's plan to change the organiaation into the tentatively named 'Culture and Arts Commission' is one such attempt.