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    Visiting Regional Crafts Council, Governor of Gyeongsangbuk-do Admires West Java Products

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    BANDUNG - Chairman of the Regional Crafts Council (Dekranasda) West Java Province Netty Heryawan received visits Gyeongsangbuk-do Governor, South Korea, Mr. Kim Kwan Yong and his entourage at the Office of West Java Province Regional Crafts Council Ir. H Djuanda Street Bandung, Sunday (06/05/18).

    Netty said a working visit by Mr. Kim is a return visit after some time ago his side paid a working visit to South Korea's Gyeongsangbuk-Do Province, in the framework of working visit and meet the athletes from West Java.

    Netty reveals Mr. Kim and his wife are very impressed with the product of West Java. Could also say that the people of West Java are very creative about the products produced. Starting from the sofa of bamboo, crafts from shells, fashion of leather and batik cloth.

    "He said there are some interesting products, one of which is wood products," Netty said.

    Netty revealed on his visit there were some wood products directly purchased by Mr. Kim. While Mr. Kim's wife bought a few pieces of TBM silk, because he liked the color and motive.

    Revealed in the visit, Mr. Kim is very close to nature and loves art. This is the background of Mr. Kim is an elementary school teacher and art teacher, so this is what drives her to love the art and culture elements.

    In addition, Netty also said his favorite snack from West Java. Like banana, wajit, banana sale and rangginang.

    After signing Letter of Intens (LoI) tonight, Sunday (06/5/18), at Pakuan State Building, Netty hopes that the future of economic cooperation will happen. Of course, that meet the market tastes in Gyeongsangbuk-Do Province, such as wood and craft products from bamboo.

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