This year is very special as Jagran Group and Korean Cultural Centre India celebrate the 40th anniversary of India-Korea diplomatic ties. This friendship between India and Korea dates back to ancient times of the celestial marriage between Princess Heo of Ayodhya and King Suro of Gaya, an ancient Korean kingdom. Association between Jagran Film Festival and Korean Cultural Centre to create culture exchange through films is a humble endeavor to recreate the magic of the by-gone era. With this little step, we aspire to strengthen the bonds between two great cultures.
Dainik Jagran, the flagship brand of Jagran Group truly represents the culture of Awadh,Brij, Rohelkhand, Bundelkhand, Bhojpur, Mithila, Magadh, Santhal, Garhwal,Doaba, Majha and Malba.
Nayi Duniya the editorially reputed Brand of the group represents the rich culture of central India. While Mid Day actually represent the great urban class. Jagran Film Festival reaches out to 16 cities across 7 states and people from in vast geography will get introduced to the great Korean Culture through cinema.
Kim Kum Pyong, Director Korean Cultural Centre India, expresses his pleasure to get associated with Jagran Film Festival.