Arts & Living
Italian Envoy Leggeri Hosts Reception on June 2
Ms. Cho Bae-Sook, lawmaker of the largest opposition United Democratic Party, and world-famous soprano Jo Su-Mi, were invited.Italian guests included Taekwondo gold medalists — Mr. Mauzo Sarmiento and Ms. Veronica Calabrese,Rep. Cho delivered a congratulatory speech in front of the milling crowd within the residence. She stressed the growing importance of the biteral relations between South Korean and Italy. Ms. Jo studied at Academia di Santa Ceilia in Italy.Many of the 500 well wishers enjoyed various Italian dishes at the dinner reception including the highest grade Italian Gelato.
represents the birth of the Italian Republic on 2nd of June 1946. The birth of the Italian Republic is a key event of Italian contemporary history.Until 1946, Italy was officially a monarchy ruled by the House of Savoy, kings of Italy since the Risorgimento (and previously of Sardinia).However, Benito Mussolini imposed fascism after the Oct. 28, 1922 March on Rome, eventually engaging Italy in World War II alongside Nazi Germany. In 1946, Italy became a republic after the results of a popular referendum. For details or inquiries please contact the Italian Embassy in Seoul at 796-0491/5.
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Ted Gim serves as staff reporter of The Seoul Times. He studied tourism management at a S. Korean university. He spent three years in England and Ireland, studying and living there. He studied tourism at a English college for two years. He covers tourism industry as well as diplomatic community in Seoul.
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