Ep.116 [ 1st International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies / Expats teach Korean to the world / People stages campaign to overcome COVID-19 ]
World Ch. Schedule : FRI 07:30 KST
Date : 2020-09-18
September 7, 2020 marked the 1st International Day of Clean Air for blue skies.
As the first UN commemorative day proposed by Korea, this day aims to help raise people’s awareness of air pollution issues and also increase international cooperation to deal with air pollution and climate change.
Air pollution is the single greatest environmental risk to human health. In addition, many air pollutants are powerful climate forcers, harming the health and well-being of those living today and making the world less safe for future generations.
In commemoration of the 1st International Day of Clean Air for blue skies, let’s think about what we can do to make the earth greener and safer.
#1st International Day of Clean Air #BlueSkies #CleanAir #AirPollution #ClimateChange
More foreigners are starting to learn Korean as the global interest in Korea is growing rapidly. Due to the trend, a Korean education program featuring expats has newly launched in Korea. Jordan Lambertoni of France, Christian Burgos of Mexico, and Phanasa Tothan of Thailand joined forces to teach Korean to their fellow nationals. Let’s leap behind the scene where the three members got together for the making of the educational content, K-Language School.
#K-Language School #Christian Burgos #Phanasa Tothan #Jordan Lambertoni #Expats in Korea #Korean lesson #Korean #K-language
At Rush hour, the busiest time of the day with bustling commuters, a group of people has gathered to do something very ambitious.
They are the members of “Saemaul Traffic Volunteers of the Namyangju branch”.
Today we leap into a scene where the volunteers hold a campaign to help the society overcome COVID-19.
#COVID-19 #COVID-19 Campaign #Saemaul Traffic Volunteer#Socialdistance #K-quarantine #Namyangju