KBS exhibits posters at museumKBS kicked off a special exhibition titled “KBS Korean Posters” at the National Hangeul Museum to spread Korean, the network said on Thursday.
According to the channel, the exhibition, which comes as an effort to spread the proper use of Korean, started in 1998 when it produced and distributed Korean posters to schools around the country every month.
The best 30 posters from the past 20 years will be on display, chosen by the news announcers at KBS.
The exhibit takes place until Oct. 27.
By Yoon So-yeon
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