Four Delhi Students will fly to Korea

New Delhi, 24 April 2019

Korean Cultural Center India (KCCI) organized 4th Korea-India Friendship Quiz Contest, the annual quiz competition which was initiated in 2016 by KCCI, is one of the biggest quiz contests on the international theme of Delhi NCR.

The aim of this event is to enhance India-Korea ties through awareness and knowledge among Indian youth. This year the immense cooperation has increased present expectations as well as made an extreme space for Delhi School Students with phenomenal knowledge on subjects like K-pop, K-show, and Korean delectable sustenance while mindful of close ties among India and Korea over culture and political relationship with the participation of 23,433 students from 60 Schools.

The Ambassador while media interaction

The occasion was graced by the nearness of His Excellency, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to India, Mr Shin Bong-kil. Amid his discourse, he empowered the members by saying that youngsters are the fate of a nation and they do assume a significant job in structure extensions of collaboration and kinship with another nation. “I am confident that they all will be torch-bearers of Korea-India friendship in days to come”

Kim Kum-Pyoung, Director, Korean Cultural Center India

Mr Kim said, “India and Korea share a strong bond in the areas of culture, heritage, and business. Strengthening the youth connect between both the nations will give this bilateral relation a much stronger base”.

 

 

The test was on different parts of history and culture and general information about Korea, just as developing two-sided connection among India and Korea where 24 finalists were chosen from among 600 semi-finalist students. Just 8 of which advanced into the amazing finale.  The top 4 winners received to Korea for six days and five nights trip. 20 other students received cash prizes of Rs. 51,000 and trophies.

Top 4 winners for Korea Quiz won a trip to Korea

 

Rank

Name

School

First Prize winner

Akshat Singh

Birla Vidya Niketan
Second Prize winner

Devansh S. Panwar

Apeejay School, Sheikh Sarai
Third Prize winner

Saumik Shashwat

Amity International School, Mayur Vihar
Fourth Prize winner

Devanshi Vashisht

Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj

 

First prize winner, Akshat Singh said: “I am motivated to learn about Korea because of my fascination with the Korean culture and its similarities with Indian culture”
The host of the event Mr Naveen Sharma became favourite amongst the young gathering

 

India-Republic of Korea (RoK) relations have made extraordinary walks which turned out to be genuinely multidimensional. In the course of time, RoK’s open market arrangements discovered reverberation with India’s monetary progression, ‘Look East Policy’ just as “Act East Policy”.

 

Events Desk, Diplomacytoday.in