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Guests exchange greetings and experience African culture at the Seoul Africa Festival at Seoul Forest Park in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Saturday. (Sanjay Kumar/The Korea Herald).

The Seoul Africa Festival 2022 was held at Seoul Forest Park in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, on Saturday, October 1. Hosted by Africa Insight -- a non-profit organization registered under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs -- the festival presented diverse aspects of African cultures through music, dance, books, food, beverages, and human interactions. The festival was attended by domestic and overseas African organizations, embassies of African countries in Korea, Koreans, and foreign residents in Seoul. (Sanjay Kumar/The Korea Herald).

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On the left of the above picture is the Chairman of the Africa Insight Empowerment Committee, also Chairman of M.K International Inc., Dr. Hae-Jung Jung, in the middle is H.E, Yasmin D. Amri Sued, Ambassador of Rwanda to Korea, and on the right is the H.E Togolani Edriss Mavura Ambassador of Tanzania to Korea.


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