Half of Korean expats who left India due to 2nd Covid-19 wave, return

After a very long gap induced by the Covid-19 lockdown, the top representatives of various regional associations of Koreans staying and working in India met in Gurugram recently, and discussed various issues related to the welfare of the Korean community here. In the very first Extraordinary General Meeting in the post-Corona time held physically under the banner of the Federation of Korean Associations in India, the issues discussed included measures to tackle the possible 3rd Covid-19 wave and protect the Korean community from its effect, the inclusion of India in the list of quarantine-exempt countries by Korea, and better coordination and cooperation amongst the communities as well as with the Korean embassy. Later, they also visited the Indian headquarters of the Hyundai Motor India and went to meet Chang Jae-bok, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, in New Delhi.
The apex Korean expats body Korean Federation of India comprises eight regional Korean associations in India representing about 15,000 Koreans here.

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