UNESCO Tour: Korean Traditional Martial Art "Taekkyeon" (1)

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Eek! (Rejoinder of Martial Art, Taekkyeon)


“I learned that there are not only heritage sites but also culture intangible heritage in Korea.” (Diplomat of Ghana Embassy)


“I was a very exceptional and enriching experience. I liked it very much about the fact that they made me wearing their clothes and practicing Taekkyeon with them because that’s how we can understand the spirit of the game.”  (Diplomat of Tunisian Embassy)


“I think it shows how Korea is good in preserving historical background.” (First Secretary of Political of South African Embassy)


“I was so happy to be here. I was excited to learn more about this ancient martial art, to wear special clothes and to practice this amazing martial art with experts. All of these were new experience for me. I will volunteer to introduce this art in my country.” (Spouse of Diplomat of Tunisian Embassy)


“If you don’t know the history, it doesn’t strike you so much. But the moment you get to know the history, it will open your eyes. It was really a great experience.” (First Secretary of Political of South African Embassy)

“I never suppose that UNESCO World Heritage of Korea is so beautiful, well preserved, and interesting.” (Deputy Head of Mission of Bulgarian Embassy)


“Awesome open area with several sculptures and deadly view of the river. I’ll be back for this park and admire the place more while staying.” (Spouse of Diplomat of Tunisian Embassy)

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