Choi Jong-ho, Nov. 8 -- IFP Bureau | IMPHAL

At a time when Korean culture has greatly impacted the lifestyle of youths of the Northeast states, particularly Manipur with the booming of K-Pop and K-Drama industry, director and counsellor, Korean Cultural Centre India, Kim Kum-pyoung has advised the youths not to forget their own culture.

The Korean culture expert was responding to a query by the IFP during an interaction on the sidelines of the inaugural session of the two-day first Korean Studies Workshop for Indian Educators in Northeast India held on Friday at Manipur University court hall.

He further stressed that one has to learn others' culture based on one's own culture. "If not, one may lose one's own identity. I strongly recomm...