On the 11, the 25th Cambodian National Culture Day and the 112th International Women's Day were successfully held at Urban Plant in Myeong-dong.
At the event, Cambodian Ambassador to South Korea Chring Botum Rangsay welcomed guests by presenting his own traditional clothes.
Sampot is a long, square traditional dress that covers the lower half of the body. It is usually folded around the lower body and worn in various ways.
Traditional food and drinks were provided at the event, including Kruong, a Cambodian-style curry carefully prepared by Cambodian residents, and rice noodles called Vermicily, reflecting the understanding of culture, artistic treasures, costumes, art and food that reflect Cambodia's cultural heritage.
It also showed traditional Cambodian costume experience, traditional dance, and traditional music.
The event was attended by Ecuador Ambassador's wife, Panama's ambassador's wife, and Tanzania's ambassador's wife, while Korea Post Vice Chairperson Cho Kyung-hee and Sung Jung-wook, the editor-in-chief, also attended.
Cambodia is famous for Angkor Wat, the identity of a descendant of the cinematic Khmer Empire, and the prime minister is in charge of politics.
There is the Maekong River, which flows from east to south of the country, and 95% of the religions are Soseung Buddhism, and other religions include Islam, Roman Catholicism, and Protestantism.