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It's free entry for all state-run museums across the nation starting from May 1st to the end of this year, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Ten Korean cultural organisations have formed a lobby group, the Korean Federation of Cultural Industries, to lobby the government and promote the cultural and creative industries of Korea.
Three heads of organizations under the Culture, Sports and Tourism Ministry have tendered their resignations apparently under pressure from the government.
The nation's top cultural policymaker urged left-leaning leaders of cultural organizations appointed under the Roh Moo-hyun administration to step down.
The North Koreans opened the door to some 400 people, the largest contingent of Americans to visit this isolated, totalitarian state since the Korean War ended in 1953. The group includes musicians, orchestra staff, television production crews and 80 journalists, as well as patrons who paid $100,000 a couple.
Prominent economists and scholars have stressed the importance of 'culturenomics' at an international conference in Seoul.