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"Unidos Por La Literatura" Enraptures Locals
Top Foreign Envoys from Latin America Join Autumnal Literary Event in Downtowm Seoul
Bolivian Ambassador Guadalupe Palomeque De Taboada (2nd from right in the front row) poses with other Latin American ambassadors at "Unidos Por La Literatura" event held at Kyobo Building in downtown Seoul on Sept. 27, 2016. At her right is Prof. Yoo Yeong-Sik, director of Dankook University's Institute of Asian and American Studies

The "Night of Literary Exchange" was held on the 23 floor of Kyobo Building in downtown Seoul on Sept. 27, 2016 with a number of local Koreans and Spanish-speaking top diplomats in attendance.

The literature event boosting exchanges between South Korea and Spanish-speaking countries was attended by foreign ambassadors serving in Seoul, and many other local Korean people.

Bolivian Ambassador Guadalupe Palomeque De Taboada and Mexican Ambassador Jose Luis Bernal were among the scores of top foreign envoys in attendance.

The Night of Literature Exchange, called in Spanish "Unidos Por La Literatura)," was hosted by President Shin Chang-Jae of the Daesan Foundation, and was organized by Prof. Yoo Yeong-Sik, director of Dankook University's Institute of Asian and American Studies.

During the event various Korean and Spanish-language literary works were introduced by Bolivian Ambassador Guadalupe Palomeque De Taboada, Mexican Ambassador Jose Luis Bernal, and local Korean novelists.

Spanish musics and songs, played and sung by Korean musicians, added a special flavor to the evening literary event on the day.




 

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