The Korean delegation during a briefing session. PHOTO: SYAZWANI HJ ROSLI
BY Syazwani Hj Rosli
Seven Korean students are in Brunei Darussalam to participate in the bilateral youth exchange programme between Brunei and the Republic of Korea.
The delegation is assisted by officer at the Korea’s Ministry of Gender Equality and Family Cho Junhong and interpreter Kang Minhyeok from Korea University.
The delegation visited Pusat Bahagia in Kampong Pulaie on Wednesday as part of their nine-day programme in Brunei.
Principal of Pusat Bahagia Mohammad Nassrullah El-Hakiem bin Haji Mohammed welcomed the delegation.
The delegation was briefed on the roles and functions of Pusat Bahagia and interacted with Pusat Bahagia students through fun activities including musical chairs.
The delegation also visited the Language and Literature Bureau Library in Kampong Lambak Kanan and interacted with the Youth Movement hosted by the Brunei Youth Council and other youth NGOs.
Among the objectives of the programme were to foster relationship and understanding between Brunei and the Republic of Korea and to provide a platform for the participants to share views and experiences.
-- Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin