As part of the ongoing celebration of ‘Mujib Year’, a second photo exhibition on the life and legacy of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman began on Tuesday in Seoul, South Korea.
The Embassy of Bangladesh in Seoul organized the four-day event in partnership with the Youngone Corporation at the cultural space of the Youngone Corporation in Seoul.
Bangladesh Ambassador to South Korea Abida Islam and Chairman of the Youngone Corporation Sung Ki-hak jointly inaugurated the exhibition by a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Officials of the Embassy of Bangladesh in Seoul and Youngone Corporation and the members of the Bangladesh Community were present.
The Embassy organized the first photo exhibition on the life and legacy of Bangabandhu at the heart of Seoul in partnership with the Korean Culture Association on July 9-13 at the THEO Gallery, Gangnam.
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Ambassador Abida Islam paid profound tribute to the memory of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the greatest Bangalee of all time.
Highlighting the different aspects of Bangabandhu’s political activities and contributions, she said Bangabandhu’s enormous activities have been well reflected in the photographs displayed at the exhibition.