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K-Pop contest to boost Mizoram Korea ties

By The Assam Tribune

AIZAWL, July 24 - With Mizoram hosting the North East Round of the K-Pop Contest India, 2015, cultural ties between India and Korea and also Mizoram will be strengthened, according to the Director of Korean Culture Centre India Kim Kum-Pyoung said.

Talking to reporters here, Kum-Pyoung said the first North East Round of the K-Pop Contest was held in Nagaland last year and Mizoram was hosting the contest for the second time in the NE.

Terming the contest to be held in Aizawl today as the first step for better relations between Korea and Mizoram, he expressed hope that relations in cultural, as well as other areas would continue to be built in the future.

The contest, to be held at the Mizoram University Campus tonight, would be judged by Hyemin Jung, a well-known Korean Pop singer who would also perform at the contest. � PTI

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K-Pop contest to boost Mizoram Korea ties

AIZAWL, July 24 - With Mizoram hosting the North East Round of the K-Pop Contest India, 2015, cultural ties between India and Korea and also Mizoram will be strengthened, according to the Director of Korean Culture Centre India Kim Kum-Pyoung said.

Talking to reporters here, Kum-Pyoung said the first North East Round of the K-Pop Contest was held in Nagaland last year and Mizoram was hosting the contest for the second time in the NE.

Terming the contest to be held in Aizawl today as the first step for better relations between Korea and Mizoram, he expressed hope that relations in cultural, as well as other areas would continue to be built in the future.

The contest, to be held at the Mizoram University Campus tonight, would be judged by Hyemin Jung, a well-known Korean Pop singer who would also perform at the contest. � PTI