The relationship between South Korea and Indonesia is getting stronger, and experts say that people-to-people diplomacy is a big reason why. The South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia, Lee Sang-deok, says that cooperation between the two countries is essential in today’s changing international environment. The two countries’ leaders have also agreed to strengthen strategic partnerships in areas like the economy and defense.
The seminar also highlighted the importance of soft power in building connections between the people of the two countries. This includes things like Korean dramas and K-pop, which have become very popular in Indonesia. The seminar attendees emphasized the role of public diplomacy in building trust and strengthening partnerships.
The relationship between South Korea and Indonesia has been growing since 1973, and public diplomacy has been especially influential since 2010. The seminar concluded that both official ambassadors and Korean celebrities play important roles in strengthening the partnership between the two countries.
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