Seven interesting things in Republic of Korea

Spring was in the air, cherry blossoms bloomed as we discovered the bustling cities of Seoul, Daegu and Busan Words and photos: Ambica Gulati I didn’t know what to expect when I was invited for the World Journalists Conference 2015 for The 70th Anniversary of National Division: Think About Unification on the Korean Peninsula by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK). I knew a little … Continue reading Seven interesting things in Republic of Korea

India-Korea relations: A new model for Asia

May 18, 2015 was when the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited South Korea and here are my three articles which were published in The Times of India supplement on that day. Breathing life into the congested city of Seoul was a dream which became a reality with the restoration of Cheonggyecheon in 2005 words: Ambica Gulati Once I had taken photographs of myself near … Continue reading India-Korea relations: A new model for Asia

India-Korea relations: Indian connection

May 18, 2015 was when the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited South Korea and here are my three articles which were published in The Times of India supplement on that day. A divine dream united two souls and two nations. The Karak clan was born when Indian Princess Suri Ratna sailed in a ship from Ayodhya to marry Korean king Kim Suro. words: … Continue reading India-Korea relations: Indian connection