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Yonhap News Agency agrees on content sharing with local museum

All News 17:51 September 09, 2016

SEOUL, Sept. 9 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's key news wire service Yonhap News Agency inked a memorandum of understanding with a national history museum on Friday to strengthen information sharing and cooperation.

The news agency and the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History agreed to share extensive information and use it for public purposes.

"The agreement lays the groundwork for the upcoming photo exhibition and future cooperations," Yonhap CEO Park No-hwang said. "We hope to yield more productive results based on strengthened cooperation between the two."

Later this month, the two and Iran's Islamic Republic News Agency (Irna) will host a special photo exhibition titled "Korea and Iran, Special Relations of 1,300 Years" in the courtyard of the museum.

The museum's director Kim Yong-jick said "In a rapidly evolving society, it is very important for a museum to ramp up cooperation with media. We are happy to bolster relations with Yonhap."

Yonhap News Agency CEO Park No-hwang (L) and Kim Yong-jick (R), director of the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History, pose for a photo after signing a memorandum of understanding for content sharing in Seoul on Sept. 9, 2016. (Yonhap)


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