The New Zealand-Korea Tech Panel  “Innovative New Zealand tech firms can thrive in the Korean market if it’s approached correctly and the local environment is well-placed to support them,” said Philip Turner, New Zealand Ambassador to Korea. “Korea’s strengths complement the strengths of New Zealand’s tech sector: ease of doing business; ingenuity; and creativity –

Dinner with the Songjukwon Girls

In lieu of Chuseok 2019 celebrations, the Songjukwon girls visited the New Zealand Ambassador’s Residence for a fun night of entertainment.  The girls performed some wonderful songs and movement as well as a beautifully performed solo dance.  Thanks to ANZ for supporting us with your beautiful dinner boxes and Jim for your solo of Pokarekare

2019 Year End Grand Hui

Hon David Parker, Minister for Trade and Export Growth, delivers keynote address “Minister Parker’s visit to Korea along with a trade delegation is a reflection of the thriving growth and business partnerships that exist between our two countries,” remarked New Zealand Ambassador to Korea Philip Turner. “It provides a spur for further growth and collaboration
Connecting innovative New Zealand and Korean tech companies “New Zealand is already well-known for our stunning scenery and great food and beverages, but increasingly we are hearing more and more of New Zealand being talked about as an innovative, creative and successful hub for tech companies and startups to thrive and grow,” said Philip Turner,
To enjoy hot and nice summer in outdoors, a Grand Camping summer event for Sungjukwon Girl’s residence was held on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Seoul. The event, which was sponsored by the hyatt hotel, was a big success and was attended by Grand Hyatt Seoul General Manager Adrian Slater, The Kiwi Chamber