Cultural week boosts Xi'an's exchanges with South Korea

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The 6th Xi’an South Korea Week kicked off in Xi'an, capital of Northwest China's Shaanxi province on Nov 26 – reportedly attracting hordes of people to come and experience the different culture.

The event explored the differences in culture between China and South Korea, so as to further enhance mutual understanding between the two countries.

The two-day event was understood to have showcased South Korea's fascinating culture and its excellent products.

The 6th Xi'an South Korea Week kicks off in Xi'an on Nov 26. [Photo/Xi'an news network]

The event invited the Jeju Special Self-Governing Province to introduce its latest tourist information and special culture, enabling people to learn more about the rich tourism resources of Jeju Island.

In addition, a splendid cultural experience area was set up where citizens and tourists could try on traditional hanbok and Jeju haenyeo clothes.

The chief representative of the Xi'an Office of the Korea Tourism Organization said that these kinds of cultural exchanges would almost certainly boost China-South Korea relations.

He said that this year's experience activities were all offered at no cost, in the hope that through this event more Chinese people would warm to South Korean culture.

An artist inscribes South Korean art characters on mugs and mobile phone holders during the event. [Photo/Xi'an news network]

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