Ramadan is an opportunity for all to learn tolerance: South Korean Ambassador

Daily News Egypt
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South Korean Ambassador Hong Jin Wook expressed his wish that the holy month of Ramadan will be an opportunity for all the people to learn that “our differences can be filled with friendship and love towards each other, and any difference won’t tear us apart.” 

His remarks came during an iftar hosted by the South Korean Embassy inviting members of the White Hearts Troupe and students from the Korean language department of Ain Shams University to the Ambassador’s residence to celebrate the spirit of holy Ramadan, which emphasises love, caring, and sharing.

The White Hearts Troupe was established in the city of El-Mahalla in 2017 to revive Egyptian folkloric dance with more than 50 people with special needs, amazing musical talents, and crystal-clear hearts.

The embassy has maintained a friendly relationship with this musical group since Hong met these young dancers for the first time at the International Festival for Drums and Traditional Arts that was held in Cairo in June 2021, in which he was also given the chance to play the Saxophone in front of Egyptian audiences along with other Egyptian and foreign teams.

The Ambassador praised the fabulous dance performances following the Iftar.

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