2nd Korea-India Friendship Painting Competition 2019

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The 2nd Korea-India Friendship Painting Competition 2019 is a painting competition organized by the Korean Cultural Centre India. The competition is open to Class 1 to 12 students who hold Indian citizenship and residence. The winners of the painting competition can win a free trip to South Korea. The topics for the painting competition are-

  • South Korea – as I see it (technology, beauty, tourism, sports, culture, etc.)
  • Legendary Indian Princess Huh Hwang-ok to Korea (Ayodhya, Queen Huh Memorial)
  • Korea and India’s Independence Movement (March 1st Movement, 15th August – Liberation day)


    Last date to Apply: 24th July 2019


    Senior group prizes:

    • 1st prize: Free trip to Korea
    • 2nd prize: Free trip to Korea to each of the 2 winners
    • 3rd prize: INR 5,000 each for 3 winners
    • Special prize: INR 2,000 each for 10 winners

    Junior group prizes:

    • 1st prize: INR 10,000
    • 2nd prize: INR 5,000 each for 2 winners
    • 3rd prize: INR 2,000 each for 3 winners
    • Special prize: INR 1,000 each for 14 winners


    The contestant should be:

    • A school student in India, in class 1 to 12
    • An Indian National
    • A resident of India


    Follow the below steps to apply-

    Step 1: Contestant must submit one original painting on one of the three given topics.
    Step 2: Send the painting by post to the below address: 

    Korean Cultural Centre India,
    Embassy of the Republic of Korea,
    25-A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar 4,
    New Delhi 110024

    ic: 2nd Korea-India Friendship Painting Competition 2019

    • The competition is divided into two groups: Junior group (Class 1 to 7) and Senior group (Class 8 to 12).
    • The painting must be original and must be a work done on paper of any kind.
    • Any kind of colouring can be used including but not limited to pencil colours, crayons, watercolours, acrylic colours, oil colours, charcoal, paints, oil paints etc.
    • No responsibility will be taken for submissions that are lost, delayed, damaged, defaced, or mislaid, howsoever they are caused. 
    • Proof of mailing does not constitute proof of entry.
    • Students who have won free Korea trip under any contest of Korean Cultural Centre India are not eligible to participate.
    • Minimum size of entry for:
    • Junior Group - A4 (21.0 x 29.7cm or 8.27 x 11.69 inches)
    • Senior Group - A3 (29.7 x 42.0cm or 11.69 x 16.53 inches)


      This post is for information only and not a recommendation. Vidyaguide does not guarantee the accuracy / authenticity of the organizer / event. Also, we are neither associated nor endorsed by the organizer of this contest / scholarship. 

      We recommend you to visit the official site of the organizer before taking any decision. 

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