Wednesday, 15 June 2016


Photographic exhibition by top Korea artist Byung  Tae Kim open its doors to members of the public at National Museum of Kenya over the weekend.
 Titled Reflection the photos cover Kenyan beauty and its wildlife of the famous Masai Mara among others.
The official opening was graced by Korea Ambassador to Kenya H.E Mr Kwoni Young dae  who praised Kim for promoting Kenya beauty and its wildlife and people to the international  arena.
 He pointed out that both Countries Korea and Kenya  have strong culture relationship adding that is the lonely its way to understand each others way of life.
  The  envoy edded that through those picture Korean will understand Kenya and have chance of visit the Country to witness the beauty because the photos reflect Kenyans for its understanding than what is being reported in the local media.
  While calling Koreans to visit Kenya he said that  his people and the rest of the World has more to learn from Kenya which is the land of beauty and love by its people.
 At the same time announced that Korea will stage culture week in Kenya later in the year.
 While  wellcoming the ambassador National Museum of Kenya Lydia Gavula said that National Museum of Kenya will zoom working hand in hand with Korea with the major objective of promoting Culture activities.
 From National Museum the Reflection exhibition moves to Paris France before going to Newyork.
  Kim former chairporson of Korea community living in Kenya said he was happy to stage exhibition in Nairobi at National museum of Kenya which is meeting point.