AN educational contingent from Daejin University in Pocheon, South Korea had a three-day visit to Tarlac province to further strengthen ties and promote each country’s cultures.
The Daejin University delegates led by its university President Leem Young Moon visited several educational institutions to look for various courses that they can adapt in their curriculum and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Tarlac Governor Susan Yap for a student exchange program at the VIP Room of the Bulwagang Kanlahi, Diwa ng Tarlac.
In a statement, Gov. Yap said that she is exited that the MOU for the student exchange program was already signed.
“Masaya ko pong ibinabahagi sa inyo na pumirma tayo ng Memorandum of Understanding kasama ang Daejin University ng South Korea! Tuloy-tuloy ang pagsulong ng para sa mga Tarlaqueños. Excited na po kami para ditto,” she said.
The delegation was first welcomed by the Provincial Government of Tarlac’s Administrator Roberto Ventura and several department heads at the capitol building.
Their first educational destination was at the Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU) where they were met by TAU President Dr. Max Guillermo. The South Korean delegation likewise visited the Tarlac State University (TSU) and held a meeting with TSU President Dr. Arnold Velasco. After their TSU visit, they were hosted by Maria Lira Reyes and Mylene Estaquio at the Tarlac Center for Learning and Skills Success (TCLASS).
A program at the Tarlac Montessori School where School Directress Dr. Elizabeth Asiaten and second district Board Member Danilo Asiaten accommodated them. The delegation also visited popular Tarlac tourist destinations Monasterio De Tarlac, Mudita Glamping Resort and the Jose V. Yap Sports and Recreational Complex.
Joining Young Moon were University Director Lee Myeong Woo, Team Leader Park, Jun Yong, Director for International Affairs Kwon Ho, and Relations Manager Lim Kyung Nam. Korean investors Shin Hyup Bank President Shin, Dong Moon, Khan Group Chairman Kim Hyuk and Khan Group Vice Chairman Hu Mi Ae were likewise present during the visit.