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Attendees celebrate the opening of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Italian Studies in Korea in a classroom at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) Seoul campus Friday. During the opening ceremony, career development program "Italian Job" was announced as well, which will connect Korean students with companies in Italy. Fifth from the left is Michela Linda Magri, director of the Italian Cultural Institute. From seventh from left is Francesco Fussi, president of the Italian Chamber of Commerce Korea; Kim Si-hong, director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Italian Studies in Korea; Federico Failla, ambassador of Italy to Korea; Kim In-chul, president of HUFS; and Yoon Seok-man, vice president of HUFS. [HANKUK UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN STUDIES]

Attendees celebrate the opening of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Italian Studies in Korea in a classroom at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) Seoul campus Friday. During the opening ceremony, career development program "Italian Job" was announced as well, which will connect Korean students with companies in Italy. Fifth from the left is Michela Linda Magri, director of the Italian Cultural Institute. From seventh from left is Francesco Fussi, president of the Italian Chamber of Commerce Korea; Kim Si-hong, director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Italian Studies in Korea; Federico Failla, ambassador of Italy to Korea; Kim In-chul, president of HUFS; and Yoon Seok-man, vice president of HUFS. [HANKUK UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN STUDIES]

 
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