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The government said Wednesday it will establish 13 new state-run King Sejong Institutes in 11 countries for foreigners wanting to learn the Korean language and culture.
(Seoul = Yonhap News) Lee, Woong-kyu, Park Yang-woo, the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, visited Korea's theater festival on the 1st and cheered on the new stage.
In his first news conference since he took office, Minister Park says ‘support needs to be provided for creating and distributing content of global standards abroad’
South Korea is preparing to set up a joint organization with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to promote the development of the region's film industry.
Culture and Sports Minister Park Yang-woo said Monday that the ministry is considering introducing regulations to prevent excessive screenings of films that essentially creates a monopoly. This is to prevent the domination of hit movies in theaters and secure diversity in the nation's film industry.
South Korea's new culture minister said Friday he will extend full support to the tourism industry to develop it into a new economic growth engine.