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Hyundai Card offers museum pass to students

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Pass opens doors to world’s top four contemporary museums.

Hyundai Card announced on Tuesday it will launch a “Global Museum Student Pass” event which grants Korean undergraduates unlimited access to the world’s top four contemporary art museums, regardless of membership.

Chung Tae-young, chief executive of Hyundai Card, said the company will extend the privilege ? which was previously only available to its Platinum Card holders -- to non-members, especially college students.

With the pass, anyone can visit and enjoy the world’s greatest art museums in major countries: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Tate Modern in London, Centre Pompidou-Metz in France and Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum.

The event is intended to help students who want to visit global modern art museums, and give them an opportunity to bring artistic inspiration into their lives.

Starting from Sept. 25 to Oct. 11, students who want to participate in the event can visit Hyundai Card homepage (www.hyundaicard.com) to download and fill out the required forms then email them to “gmsp@hyundaicard.com” to complete their applications.

The company will randomly select and announce 200 winners in Oct. 19 and distribute the free admission tickets starting in Oct. 26.

The winners will have unlimited access to the four modern art museums from Nov. 1 to April 30 next year.

Hyundai Card will hold the event twice a year.

“The event is to provide Korean students the opportunity to experience the very essence of modern art,” said a Hyundai Card official. “It will also be a great opportunity for the students who are planning to go on a trip to the countries.”

More information of the event is available on its website, www.hyundaicard.com.


BY CHOI JEONG-PIL [choi.jeongpil@joongang.co.kr]

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