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Russians and Koreans: one hundred and fifty years together
September 20 in the Andrew Hall of the House of Fleet Officers in Vladivostok will host a gala evening dedicated to the 150 anniversary of the voluntary resettlement of Koreans to Russia. It was organized by the Association of Korean Organizations of Primorsky Krai and the Administration of Primorsky Krai.
“We have invited artists from the DPRK, the Republic of Korea, China, Russia to our holiday,” says Valentin Pak, chairman of the Association of Korean Organizations of Primorsky Krai. - Not only Korean folk songs, but also popular Russian folk songs will be presented to the guests. And, of course, Korean dances. The artists will also introduce this program to the residents of Ussuriisk, Nakhodka, Partizansk, Bolshoy Kamen - they will go on a week-long tour around the region.
In general, the project dedicated to the one and a half century history of the resettlement of Koreans to Russia includes many events. Thus, two international symposia have already been held in Vladivostok. In the nearest plans of the organizers - an exhibition of arts and crafts, acquaintance with the national Korean cuisine, the opening in the capital of Primorye, in the area of the old Korean settlement, a memorial sign dedicated to the friendship of the Russian and Korean peoples.
A landmark event will be the premiere on the Primorsky television of a documentary three-part film of Moscow filmmakers. The shooting took place in the Khasansky border area, where the first Korean settlement of Tizinha was located, as well as in other areas of Primorye, where Korean families lived. The film presents rare archival documents, as well as unique footage of the central newsreel.