Yonhap News Agency (12.19)
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
ㅇ Through the Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center (CKCC) established by Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Cambodia’s top university in 2013, many Cambodian students attend the Korean language and culture programs.
- Built on a total floor area of 3,600 square meters, the CKCC has a variety of facilities designed to help it promote a better understanding of Korea among local people.
- The center has lecture rooms, a multipurpose hall, computer labs and a library with more than 3,000 publications in Korean donated by KOICA. The most popular area is the “Korean Corner”, which provides movies, music and other cultural items from Korea.
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