Morocco's Rich Cultural Heritage on Display in Seoul
Staff Reporter & Editor
On this occasion, a special exhibition pavilion dedicated to the wealth of the Saharan provinces of the Kingdom and adorned with national colors was set up offering visitors the multiple facets drawn from the diversity of the cultural and artistic patrimony of the Moroccan southern provinces.The important participants were Adel Mohammad Adaileh, ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, dean of Arab Group; Abdulla Saif Alnuaimi, ambassador of the United Arab Emirates; and representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Korea-Africa Foundation, the Seoul Metropolitan Government, and the Korea Museum Association. Local news media were also present.During the oepning ceremony Moroccan Ambassador Rachadi delivered a congratulatory speech. During his remarks, the envoy said that the Moroccan cultural plurality and the linguistic and artistic diversity of its modes of expression has always been the cornerstone of the uniqueness of the kingdom. He specified that that the richness of Morocco's civilizational heritage has even been a source of inspiration for several writers, screenwriters and singers around the world.From its side the museum has notably indicated that this exhibition allowed the guests to escape, the time of a visit, from the burden of the pandemic and to make a journey between dunes and oasis to discover the splendor of the Sahara. The other highlight of this event is the projection of several video clips displaying the richness of the Moroccan cultural heritage and the tourist potential of its southern provinces such as the famous city of Dakhla where the dunes meet the sea.
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Park Soung-Jin serves as a staff reporter & editor of The Seoul Times. Park studied Chinese language at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. He was a graduate of 43rd class ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps). He finished his military service as the 1st lieutenant in the ROK Army.
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