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Unforgettable Eid Concert: Hadise to Perform Live at Rixos Radamis Sharm El Sheikh

Rixos Hotels Egypt is thrilled to announce a spectacular concert featuring the internationally acclaimed Turkish-Belgian singer Hadise. This highly anticipated event will take place at the newly opened Rixos Radamis Sharm El Sheikh on the 17th of June. Known for her dynamic performances, Hadise will bring her energetic and captivating

Kyungin.. the only Korean University for Women!

After a marathon flight, from Cairo Airport to Incheon Airport, between the joy of flying, and the anxiety of waiting and staring at the screens of the travel gates, I thought after we left in that spring weather that we were heading to the hotel, but my friend, the veteran Korean journalist Lee Sang-ki, the former president of the

Egyptian club Al-Ahly achieves 12th title in continental championship

Al-Ahly won the Champions League title after defeating the Tunisian team Esperance in Rades, Tunisia. The Egyptian club Al-Ahly, the club of the century in Africa, achieved the twelfth title in its favorite continental championship, continuing to lead the record for winning the most important competition. His Swiss coach, Marcel Kohler,

The Establishment of KEDA was to seek win-win for companies from both countries

Professor Kang Woong-sik, Chairman of the Korea-Egypt Development Association (KEDA) is visiting Egypt with a Korean Business and Industry team to continue their mission in enhancing the relationship between the two countries on all aspects. Here is an interview with Kang Woong-sik, by Park Hee-jun, chief editorial writer, Segye Ilbo

The relationship between Egyptian civilization and Korea

About 30 years ago, El-Sisi, the current Egyptian president, went to study at the Royal Army Staff College in England. He was an excellent officer who graduated from the Egyptian Military Academy. At that time, Major Kang Woong-sik, a member of the 37th Military Academy, also went to England for training. The two went to study at the Staff