South Korean ambassador discusses ways to increase bilateral cooperation


BANGKOK-The South Korean ambassador met with Prime Minister’s Office Minister M.L. Panadda Disakul at the Government House to promote bilateral cooperation in various areas. 

M.L. Panadda gave South Korean ambassador, Mr. Noh Kwang-il, a warm welcome before both parties discussed future cooperation.

Thailand and South Korea have enjoyed good diplomatic relations since 1950 when Thai soldiers joined the United Nations troops in the Korean War. M.L. Panadda said the relationship between the two nations have only grown stronger.

In terms of tourism, the two sides shared a view that more and more people from both coutries are exchanging their visits each year.

The Korean ambassador noted that Thais are increasingly interested in Korean culture and many have taken up Korean language classes. Due to the popularity of the Korean culture in Thailand, South Korea has sent teachers to teach Korean language to Thai students.

The Thai minister, meanwhile, reaffirmed Thailand’s readiness to expand cooperation with the Republic of Korea in every dimension.