On the morning of March 21st, the students from Mokpo University, Korea, who are learning Vietnamese language at BDU, had an exchange meeting with the students of the BDU faculty of Vietnam studies.
Ms. Dao Thi Thuy Linh teaching Vietnamese to Korean students
This activity is to create a communicative environment for Korean students to practice Vietnamese after their lessons in the classroom. Here they talked about the cultures of Vietnam and Korea using the Vietnamese language.
The 10 students learning Vietnamese from Mokpo University, Korea, are Choe Nu Ri, Hong Ji Hwan, Hwang Ji Sung, Kim Min Ho, Park Jin Yeong, Park Jin Ha, Lee Dae Un, Lee Sang Mi, Leem Heon Taek (male), Lee Sang Mi, and Lee Hea Ri (female)
Ms. Do Doan Trang-Vice Rector to Bolt Institute informed us that these 10 students are learning Vietnamese starting on the 13th of February to the 14th of April,2017 under Ms. Dao Thi Thuy Linh’s training. Besides in-classroom lessons, she conducted extracurricular excursions and exchange activities with local students so that the Korean students could best practice their communicative skills in the Vietnamese language.
After onemonth of learning at BDU, several Korean students went to Korean-invested industries in Dong Nai province and HCMC for working internships.
A Korean male student to the exchange meeting with the students of Vietnam-Studies.
Students of two schools posing for keepsake pictures
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