King Sejong's statue located in Gwanghwamun Square at Sejongro
This morning I read an article in Chosun Daily Newspaper about the launching of Korean-language guide service in the great museums such as the State Hermitage Museum, the Louvre Museum, and the British Museum. It was possible by the efforts of Korean Air chairman and CEO cho Yang-ho. So Korean visitors can enjoy appreciating art works in the big three museums in Korean language. The article says that the chairman had felt sad when he had found no Korean-language guide service in famous sight spots of Europe 40 years ago at his youth. That experience might have made him search mutual communication in culture by carriers and supporting the museums.
Thanking for his achievements I post the above drawing of King Sejong who created Korean scripts of our language for the people on 1443 who couldn't use Chinese letters easily for its difficulty in learning.