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To be a key player in building a lasting and genuine partnership between
ASEAN & Korea
- INCREASE TRADE VOLUME ACCELERATE INVESTMENT FLOWS INVIGORATE TOURISM ENRICH CULTURAL & PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE EXCHANGES
- The ASEAN-Korea Centre was established as an intergovernmental organization with the aim to promote exchanges among Korea and the ten ASEAN Member States. It was officially inaugurated in 13 March 2009, the year which marked the 20th anniversary of the Dialogue Partnership between ASEAN and Korea in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed at the 11th ASEAN-Republic of Korea (ROK) Summit in November 2007, and entered into force in December 2008.
Enhance ASEAN-Korea Partnership
Promote Mutual Understanding through
Cultural Exchange and People-to-People Contact Support ASEAN Integration Efforts
- The ASEAN-Korea Centre implements diverse work programs and activities to strengthen mutual cooperation and deepen friendship among the ASEAN Member States and Korea through increasing trade volume, accelerating investment flow, invigorating tourism and enriching cultural and people-to-people exchange.
- The Members of the ASEAN-Korea Centre consist of Korea and the 10 ASEAN Member States: Brunei Darussalam, Kingdom of Cambodia, Republic of Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Republic of the Philippines, Republic of Singapore, Kingdom of Thailand, and Socialist Republic of Vietnam.