Islamabad: On Wednesday, the IKSI Korean language speech contest was organized at the National University of Modern Languages (NUML) for the very first time.
The director of King Sejong Institute and the head of Department of Korean Language Dr Atif Faraz was the chief guest of the ceremony whereas the faculty members of King Sejong Institute and Department of Korean Language were also present in the ceremony.
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While speaking on the event, Dr Atif Faraz gave an inspirational address to the aspirants who took part in the event.
He appreciated the aspirants for their hard work and also appreciated the amount of work done by the faculty and staff of the Islamabad King Sejong Institute for arranging the first IKSI Korean speech contest.
He encouraged the students to partake more actively in the future IKSI events.
Furthermore, he appreciated the judgment of the judges and gave them bundle of appreciation.
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At first, 5 aspirants participate in the IKSI Korean speech contest, in which Sher Jung won the first prize. The winner was awarded a certificate.
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