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An overview of arts and education policies in South Korea.
Dozens of South Korean artists took to the streets Friday to oppose a free trade deal with the United States, adding their voice to protests just days before the trade talks were to resume.
A Korean cultural center will open in in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi to become the first such facility in Southeast Asia this weekend, South Korea's cultural ministry has announced.
South Korea and the United States should concentrate more on cultivating personal and institutional relations that would outlast any political tensions, an American cultural director has said.
South Korea's preparations for the 2006 ARCO art fair hit an obstacle last week after the director and 12 other organizers resigned claiming excessive government meddling.
The South Korean Government has offered a hand of cooperation to China, with the cultural ministries agreeing to help protect copyrights on cultural products.