New Delhi: The International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry (ICMEI) extends its warmest congratulations to H.E. Chang Jae-bok, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea and the people of Republic of Korea on the occasion of National Liberation Day of South Korea. This significant day commemorates the end of Japanese colonial rule in 1945 and the establishment of South Korea as an independent nation. To mark this momentous occasion, Sandeep Marwah, Chairman of the Indo-South Korea Film and Cultural Forum, shared his insights into the strengthening ties between India and South Korea.
National Liberation Day of South Korea, also known as ‘Gwangbokjeol,’ holds immense historical and cultural significance for the Korean people. It stands as a testament to the indomitable spirit of the nation and its enduring commitment to freedom, democracy, and prosperity.
Sandeep Marwah, a prominent figure in the field of media and entertainment, emphasized the deep-rooted and flourishing relationship between India and South Korea. He highlighted the pivotal role that cultural exchanges and collaborations play in fostering greater understanding and cooperation between the two nations.
“India and South Korea share a rich history of cultural exchange, and our collaboration in the fields of film and entertainment has been particularly fruitful,” said Marwah. “The Indo-South Korea Film and Cultural Forum is committed to strengthening these ties further, promoting artistic exchanges, and enhancing people-to-people connections.”