The city of Pune now has its first Indo-Korean Center.
India and Korea share a lot in common with respect to their culture and social structure, therefore a platform to enhance and experience the same was required, this center provides a platform and brings both communities closer to each other culturally, socially, and professionally. “This center plans to have courses in Korean language and culture, a research lab for Korean studies, Korean scholarship, a Korean University educational fair and consultancy services, education, cultural and industrial tour to Korea, a collaboration facilitator, and an industrial-academic platform for its students and members.”
The level-based Korean language program is available in both online and offline modes. They open admission for all levels thrice a year. It is housed in the premises of MIMA Institute of Management in Pune and has an exclusive classroom, recreational zone, executive office, incubation center, Korean library, cafeteria and selfie corner, image gallery and a fusion of Indo-Korean work culture.
Dr. Enjoo Lim
IKC Team with Dr. Pradeep Bavadekar
Director of MIMA Institute of Management