On July 1, 2022, the Embassy of Ghana, Seoul, celebrated Ghana’s 62nd Republic Day to mark the establishment of our country as a republic after attaining independence in 1957.
The event also marked the strong bonds of bilateral cooperation that exist between Ghana and Korea that have resulted in enhanced and diversified areas of cooperation, particularly in education, energy and the information and communications technology (ICT) as well as displayed Ghana’s culture through food and music. In attendance were dignitaries from the host country, members of the Diplomatic Corps, leaders of the Ghanaian community, friends of the Embassy, among others.
H.E. Mrs. Charis Obetsebi-Lamptey Zwennes with the Ghanaian community of Itaewon and its environs in Seoul
Amb. Mrs. Obetsebi-Lamptey Zwennes met with the Ghanaian community in Itaewon and the surrounding area. Apostle Dr. Dieudonne Komla Nuekpe , National Head of the Church of Pentecost, South Korea, welcomed the Ambassador and her team and expressed appreciation for taking time out of her busy schedule to engage with them. The Ambassador expressed delight at meeting her compatriots and said she was committed to engaging with the Ghanaian diaspora in her jurisdiction, listening to their concerns, as well as explaining Government policies and programmes to them.