Tricity’s largest ever Quiz Competition for School Students on international topic organised by Athena Ventures with support of Korea Tourism Organization.

Chandigarh-17 Oct,More than 5,000 participants, 20 schools- knowledge about South Korea spread far and wide, all across Chandigarh Tricity. Thousands of Indian students were exposed towards the history, traditions, cuisine, tourist attractions and general knowledge about Republic of Korea through this quiz competition.

This was Chandigarh Tricity’s largest ever Quiz Competition for School Students on international topic organised by Athena Ventures with support of Korea Tourism Organization. Chandigarh Tricity’s largest ever Quiz Competition for School Students on international topic organised by Athena Ventures with support of Korea Tourism Organization. The prizes were given by Mr. Jae Hyoung Kim, Deputy Director, Korea Tourism Organization. The top winner got a free trip to South Korea for 6 Days and 5 Nights. Rest of the winners got heavily discounted Trip to South Korea. All the other finalists were given attractive Korean Souvenirs.

A unique and unprecedented project, South Korea Quiz Contest succeeded in bringing out heart-touching excellence in the form of intelligent answers to difficult questions from the Indian students. Some deeply imbibed the knowledge about Korea, while some just learnt the facts. But whatever may be their route, the destination of all was the same – learning more and more about South Korea.

Winner students, their parents and Principals interacted with media and told interesting stories about this competition. Mr. Jae Hyoung Kim, Deputy Director, Korea Tourism Organization appreciated the diligence of Indian students, while giving away the certificates.

Care was taken to make sure that this opportunity to learn about Korea and win attractive prizes reached schools across whole of Chandigarh Tricity. More than 100 schools were contacted for participation during this 3 month long competition targeted at Indian school students. Thousands of phone calls, faxes and emails kept the interaction going between the organizers and participating students, their teachers, principals and parents. A dedicated website www.southkoreaquiz.com helped the participants to get all the relevant information from a single source.

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