Feeling in house arrest situation, Korean ambassador is for opening up India, easing lockdown
“I am in house arrest situation for two months. As soon as the travel restrictions are eased, and shutdown is relaxed, I am going to massively travel throughout India. I will go to Rishikesh and stay there for one week as I am feeling totally tired and exhausted these days,” said Shin Bong-kil, the South Korean Ambassador to India humorously on a lighter note recently.
The ambassador was interacting with the Indian youths during a webinar organized by the Confederation of Young Leaders (CYL).
Replying to a query by a youngster related to the lifting of lockdown in India, the South Korean ambassador responded with COVID-19 pandemic handling experience of the government of the Republic of Korea.
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