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Cultural Exchange Week with South Korean Universities

A traditional South Korean Cultural, Educational, Food and Clothing Fair was held at various DTU campuses from January 6 to 12 with a series of intriguing activities attracting young participants from around Danang.
ThS. Lê Nguy?n Tu? H?ng phát bi?u t?i bu?i Giao luu
DTU Vice-Provost Le Nguyen Tue Hang speaks 
Ms. Le Nguyen Tue Hang said: “The DTU Hospitality and Tourism faculty has welcomed fifty South Korean students here and DTU has already sent forty students there. The student exchange program has provided students from both countries a great opportunity to broaden their knowledge and experience, in preparation for their future careers. We are honored to welcome the Koreans to DTU today and trust that “Korea Week 2019” will provide a friendly and relaxing cultural exchange and forge new friendships between the students from our two countries.”
Ti?t m?c múa giao luu d?n t? các b?n Sinh viên Hàn Qu?c
Dance performances by Korean students
Enjoyable Taekwondo, Fan Dancing, K-pop and Flashmob shows were performed by DTU and the EWHA Women’s University and displays were set up where attendees could sample Korean culture at the HanBok Experience and Academic programs booths, which attracted wide interest. 
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The “HanBok Experience” booth 
The Vietnamese and Koreans enjoyed their traditional foods together, including spring rolls, sweet lotus seed gruel, Bimbimbap and Gimbap. 
Sinh viên 2 tru?ng ch?p hình luu ni?m cùng Ð?i di?n Ban Giám hi?u Ð?i h?c Duy Tân
EWHA Women’s University and DTU students with the DTU Board of Provosts
Choi Su In, an EWHA Women’s University student, said: “I am so happy to visit Danang and make friends with DTU students here. I was surprised that they all speak fluent Korean, so we could communicate with each other easily. What a wonderful event! We learnt more about Vietnam, the language, food, dress and lifestyle and, at the same time, introduced our own culture, customs and etiquette, leaving with unforgettable memories.”
At the close of Korea Week 2019, the twelve finalists in the 2019 KPOP New Year Dance Cover “Be Ur Star” contest staged exciting performances. The Gen Zee Team won first prize, No Mercy and Bo Dak Team both came in second and three thirds were awarded to Twinkling, the Double Shot Team and Make It Shine. 
(Media Center)