CBRE secures prime space for first Korean Cultural Centre in Thailand

Friday, 02 November 2012 From Issue Vol. XX No. 44 By  Pattaya Mail

CBRE Thailand was appointed by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Thailand as the consultant for the establishment of the first Korean Cultural Centre and Korean Studies Centre in Thailand.  CBRE’s Retail Services team successfully secured approximately 1,400sqm of space at a 3-storey standalone retail building in Bangkok, on Sukhumvit Soi 15 and facing the main Sukhumvit Road, for the establishment of the new centres.  

The Korean Cultural Centre and Korean Studies Centre aim to strengthen the relationship between Thailand and South Korea by exchanging cultures and sharing knowledge.  The centres will hold a variety of activities and events including Korean cooking, language and dancing classes, as well as press conferences on K-Pop concerts and other entertainment-related events in Thailand.  The building is scheduled to open to the public in early 2013

The first Korean Cultural Centre in Thailand. The first Korean Cultural Centre in Thailand.

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