VLADIVOSTOK, August 4 (Itar-Tass) —— The international summer school for Russian and South Korean students has concluded its work in the city of Nakhodka of the Primorsky Territory on Thursday. During three weeks 27 students from South Korea taught Russian students the Korean language, acquainted them with their national culture and customs, taught them music and foundations of Tae-Kwon-Do, the press service of the administration of Nakhodka reported.
The programme of the summer school included joint visits to resort bases and excursions to Vladivostok. Over the past years, Nakhodka has already received eight delegations of South Korean students.
Apart from South Korean students, the city will receive three children delegations from twin cities and friendly cities of Japan and South Korea this summer. For its part, three delegations from Nakhodka will spend their holidays in the cities of Pyongyang (North Korea), Tsuragu (Japan) and Donghae (South Korea).