The Korean Cultural Centre in Nigeria (KCCN), of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, has stressed the importance of empowering youths in the country with a variety of creative dancing skills, to help foster unity and peace in the world.
KCCN noted that, overtime, there is a strong fusion between the Korean and Nigerian culture, through consistent cultural exchange engagements.
KCCN Director, Kim Chang Ki, made this point yesterday, during 2022 K-POP Academy Graduation Ceremony, in Abuja.
Kim, who disclosed that 40 students graduated from Academy, as an offshoot of the K-POP Cultural festival, which has uniting power.
According to him, the KCCN will consider admitting more people next year, given the success and important role the academy plays in the society.
Highlight of the event was the presentation of certificates to the best students and others, who were vigorously tutored by a popular Korean Choreographer, Jay Kim within four weeks training period.
Also, there were group performances to the delight of the audience mainly youth that graced the colourful ceremony.