22 May 2012

Angola: Sagrada Esperança Book to Be Released in Korean Language

Yeosu — The celebration of May 25, Africa Day, will be marked in Angolan pavilion in Expo Yeosu 2012 with the launching on Friday of Sagrada Esperança book in Korean language.

This was said to Angop on Tuesday by a source from National Expo Commission.

The source said that this is an initiative of Agostinho Neto Foundation in partnership with Angolan Embassy in that Asian country.

The activity is also part of the celebrations of 90th anniversary of the first and late Angolan President António Agostinho Neto.

Angop learnt that this initiative also aims to divulge Angolan poetry in South Korea.

On his turn, the Angolan ambassador to South Korea, Albino Malungo said that with the launching of this book in Korean language, an important step was taken for the reinforcement of ties between both countries in literature and culture domains.

Book Sagrada Esperança was translated by the department of foreign studies from Hankuk de Seul University and it was released 1000 copies for the Korean public.

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