Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
Today Korea Fine Art Association, a cultural association in Korea, and Cultural Centre of Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh signed a MOU to promote cultural cooperation between two countries in down town Seoul in South Korea.
Korea and India have many cultural similarities including marriage institution, family name tradition, deep love and respect for art, appreciation and preference for literature and language, co-existence of Buddhism faith, festival celebrations, and certain other cultural practices observed in both countries.
Since both KFFA and CCV have been principally promoting regional culture, cultural practices, literature works, indigenous traditional talents, art paintings, sculptures, and several other related skills, the objectives and activities of both KFFA and CCV have considerable harmony.
With mutual appreciation for the contribution of each other in their respective geographical regions, towards promoting cross border cultural harmony, cohesion, and universal cultural relationships, both KFFA and CCV desire to co-operate and collaborate with each other on areas of common interest and so as to broad base their visibility, relations, patronage, and functional activities.