KOREAN FILM NIGHT AT THE RUSSELL’S CINEMA, kingstown

October 28, 2019 commemorated forty (40) years since this country established formal diplomatic relations with the Republic of South Korea.

Throughout the years, both countries have solidified relations based on mutual understanding built on trust and respect for the joint benefit of our people in areas of common interest namely in agriculture, health, education, social development, people-to-people exchanges, infrastructure and sharing of unique cultures.

This year, St. Vincent and the Grenadines was exposed to the Korean Culture through the   “Soul Beat” programme at the SVG Community College to honour the forty (40) years of diplomatic relations with Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

The Embassy of the  Republic of Korea will continue to share their culture with this country through a cultural event with the screening of two (2) Korean Films under the theme “Korean Film Night”.  The cultural event will take place on Saturday November 23, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. at the Russell’s Cinema, Kingstown.

The Admission is free and on a first come, first served basis. Tickets will be distributed at the Russell’s Cinema Box Office from 15th November, 2019.  Only two (2) tickets will be allowed for each person.

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  1. Really! ST Vincent and the Grenadine we are losing our identity as a Christian nations this will happen in time vincentians we will be replaced by these the Heathen Nations right before our very eyes looks at how it is being done!!

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