South Korean Culture Center kicks off Covid-19 design contest in Vietnam

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The South Korean Cultural Center and the Korea Creative Content Agency have jointly launched a Covid-19 design contest for Vietnamese citizens.

South Korean Culture Center kicks off Covid-19 design contest in Vietnam

KCC is accepting entries starting from June 11 to 6 p.m. on July 15. Each contestant can submit one entry in the form of a poster or illustration and must feature a message encouraging people around the world to fight the global pandemic.

The contest has a total prize pool of VND100 million (over $4,300) and top winners will be awarded with certificate of merit from South Korea's embassy, KCC and KOCCA.

The best artworks will be exhibited and awarded at the center in August.

South Korean Ambassador to Vietnam Park Noh-wan said the contest aims to inspire the public of both countries to join hands to win the Covid-19 fight.

Contestants can visit KCC's Facebook page for further information.


Source: VNE

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