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World’s First Experiential Copyright Museum Opens
Nov 23, 2023
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Minister YU In Chon, MCST) together with the Korea Copyright Commission (Chairman CHOI Byung Goo, KCC) opened the world’s first experiential copyright museum in Jinju Innovation City on Wednesday, November 22. The National Copyright Museum was established so that young people can learn about copyright in an easy and fun way through creative experience activities.
Introducing a Gift from The Souvenir Fair 2023
Nov 22, 2023
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Minister YU In Chon, MCST) and the Korea Tourism Organization (CEO KIM Jang Sil, KTO) are jointly hosting The Souvenir Fair 2023 on November 24 (Fri) and 25 (Sat) at Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) Art Hall 1 to support the distribution and market expansion of attractive tourism souvenirs nationwide.
Tickets for Gangwon 2024 Now Available for Reservation
Nov 16, 2023
Minister YU In Chon of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism joined the reservation queue for tickets to the 2024 Winter Youth Olympics (Gangwon 2024). On November 14 (Tue), guided by the event character Moongcho, Minister YU signed up as a member on the reservation site (tickets.gangwon2024.org) and personally reserved tickets for the speed skating and luge events.
K-Art Expands Bilateral Relations between Korea and Indonesia
Nov 16, 2023
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Minister YU In Chon, MCST) is set to host Korean Culture Week to promote the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Indonesia in Jakarta and Surabaya, Indonesia, from November 18 (Sat) to 26 (Sun), in collaboration with the Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange (President JUNG Kil Hwa, KOFICE) and the Korean Cultural Center Indonesia (Director KIM Yong Woon, KCCI). Through cultural and artistic events, such as exhibitions and performances featuring young Korean artists, the event aims to promote the allure of K-Art.
Explore K-Tourism strategies from K-Beauty, K-Dance, and K-Fashion
Nov 13, 2023
On the morning of November 13 (Mon), Minister YU In Chon of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) gathered insights on the new tourism trends favored by foreign tourists on-site at the House of Sulwhasoo Bukchon in Seoul, a “K-Beauty” experience space. The discussion focused on achieving the goal of attracting 20 million foreign tourists by 2024. The attendees include Visit Korea Committee Chairman LEE Boo-Jin, as well as officials from the tourism, beauty, fashion, and K-pop dance sectors