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India Chooses Korean as a Secondary Language
India Chooses Korean as a Secondary Language0The Indian government has included Korean as an official secondary language in its public schools. As the demand for Korean pop culture is growing, more Indian students are becoming interested in the Korean language. Shin Bong-kil, the Korean ambassador to India, said that this symbolizes the importance of Korea and India’s relationship. He hopes this could be an opportunity for Koreans to learn about Indian culture as well.

Steve Kim
Staff Reporter
 
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1. Why are more Indian students becoming interested in the Korean language?
 
1. What do you think about the Indian government's decision to include Korean as an official language in its public schools?
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