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KNZBC Assists the Korean Consular Service

On the 26th of March, the Korean Embassy ran a pop-up Consular office in Hawke’s Bay. The pop-up Consulate office provided a passport renewal and document authentification service to the local Korean community. The embassy staff also met local Koreans to discuss establishing a formal Korean community and language school[…]

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NZ’s Next Trade Commissioner in Korea

Stephen Blair actually starts the role on Monday 18 May. But for the moment he will be carrying it out virtually, as he awaits transport options. The previous Trade Commissioner, Jack Stenhouse, is now back in NZ, working for NZTE in Auckland. Stephen Blair, Trade Commissioner South Korea Stephen is[…]

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Happy new year!

We would like to thank all of you who helped make 2019 a great year for the KNZBC. There were many exciting events throughout the year, a few of which we would like to mention: The AGM was a great success, with many thanks to our guest speakers,The Chief Executive[…]

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KNZBC AGM Event Success

The Korea New Zealand Business Council held its AGM last month. During the meeting we discussed the plan for the next 12 months including events for 2020. We welcome back the majority of our Committee members with the welcome addition of Hansol from Uniservices, part of Auckland University. The AGM[…]

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Auckland and Busan refresh collaboration potential

By Tao Chen, Auckland Council In late March, Auckland Council welcomed the visit by the Assistant Mayor of Busan Metropolitan City, Mr. Kim Yun-il and his delegation. The Busan guests came to attend the 2019 Korean Day Festival, Auckland’s biggest annual Korean cultural event organized by the Korean Society of[…]

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