Foreign media enjoy sake sake in Seoul, South Korea November 6, 11:56 a.m.
In seoul, the capital of Korea, an event was held in Seoul, the capital of Korea, where foreign media reporters can enjoy sake sake.
Next week, the Japan-Korea Exchange Festival, which introduces Japanese culture in Korea, was held at the Correspondents’ Association in Seoul in order to get reporters from all over the world familiar with Japanese culture before it was held online.
A total of about 60 people participated in the event, including media reporters from the UK and France, as well as Korean staff working there.
Sake from various parts of Japan, including Yamaguchi Prefecture and Akita Prefecture, was prepared at the venue, and reporters from all over the world were listening to the japanese participants’ explanations.
A reporter for the Spanish news agency said, “I was introduced to dry sake, but it was delicious. It was a very good opportunity.”
A Korean staff member working for an American television station said, “I didn’t know there was any sake that smelled like fruit.”
Mr. Itsuo Nakashima, Director of the Culture Institute of the Japanese Embassy, who served sake, said, “In addition to Koreans, I am happy that people from other countries can enjoy sake. I would like to continue to tell other countries about Japanese food and sake.”