January 27, 2017

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Korea embassy provides supplies to students of School for Disabled Children

Korean diplomats and the embassy staff pose for photo together with children at School for Disabled Children” in Mayangone.

The embassy of the Republic of Korea, together with students of Korean Language Department in Yangon University of Foreign Languages (YUFL) visited “School for Disabled Children” in Mayangone Township to encourage disabled children on 30 December 2016.
The embassy provided school supplies and lunch for the students while students of YUFL encouraged disabled children by performing Korean traditional dance and Taekwondo.
In his opening speech, Mr. Yoo Jae-Kyung, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, delivered the new-year message to the disabled children focusing hope and friendship which reflects the relation between Korea and Myanmar.
The Embassy organized this event to bring public attention to disabled children in Myanmar as well as to cultivate public service spirit of local young people.
In the same spirit, the embassy with local Taekwondo learners will visit “Mary Chapman School for the Deaf” on 3 Janunary 2017.

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