The Republic of Korea and Republic of China governments will set out in a copyright protection campaign.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism (MCST) revealed that they have signed a joint propulsion for a copyright protection campaign with the Chinese Ministry of Publication Right on July 17 in Paju Studio.
Both nations will together record a campaign video where singer/actor JYJ’s Park Yoochun and actress Qi Wei will be involved. The clip will be broadcast in Korea and the Chinese’s China Central Television (CCTV). Park Yoochun and Qi Wei will appear in the clip as talent contributors.
A PR video will be made under the theme ‘Protecting Copyright Starts From Your Fair Play’. It is also planned to include a message, ‘Let’s fair play by protecting copyrights when we want popular dramas and TV shows from both countries.’
A representative from MCST said, “Park Yoochun from Korea and Qi Wei from China stand in the center of exchange of cultural contents between these two nations. These artists showed empathy towards the campaign’s purpose and willingly promised to contribute their talents. We expect this campaign will approach in a friendly manner to the citizens of both nations.”
Photo / Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of South Korea
Translation by / Judith (All About Cassiopeia)
Originally published at XportsNews here.