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Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Park Yang-woo on May 7 held a videoconference with the heads of 19 Korean Cultural Centers (KCCs) in 15 countries on the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the spread of Hallyu abroad after the pandemic ends and how to bring foreign tourists back to Korea.
Additional Culture and Arts Promotion Fund for Corona 19 (KRW 351.5 billion). Corona 19 fund-raising campaign 'Back to the Art Tree, Spring!'
South Korea aims to expand its gaming industry by a third by 2024, as the sector is emerging as a powerful growth engine in the post-pandemic economy.
Key national theaters and art companies are coming back to life to resume shows, ending their nearly two-month closure over the coronavirus pandemic.
The South Korean performing arts scene saw a sharp drop in revenues last month in the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, data showed Friday.
Ending an over-two-month closure due to the coronavirus outbreaks, South Korea will conditionally reopen state-run museums and libraries starting next week, the government said Friday.