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ICHCAP is pleased to invite NGOs to participate in the online 2020 ICH NGO Conference: ICH on Resilience in Crisis to be held on 12 and 13 November 2020, in collaboration with ICH NGO Forum
Park Jong-kwan, 61, chairman of Arts Council Korea, tightened his belt. It will be used to help the Corona 19 victims by reducing the cost of operating the institution.
South Korea's culture minister on Friday pledged support toward K-pop companies, suggesting the provision of subsidies and tax incentives to better facilitate the spread of Korean pop culture overseas, according to officials Friday.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Minister Park Yang-woo, and the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Welfare), together with the Arts Council of Korea (Chairman Park Jong-gwan) on May 15 (Friday), will support the government and local governments' support systems by artists and arts organisations struggling in the aftermath of Corona 19.
The Arts Council Korea (Chairman Park Jong-gwan) signed a business agreement with the Korea Publishing Culture Industry Promotion Agency (President Kim Soo-young) to spread the meaning and value of culture art, publishing, and humanities (reading) on June 9 (Tuesday).
Britain made an official request to South Korea for advice and guidance on safety measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus in the cultural sector, the government here said Wednesday.