A Letter from ‘Wonderland’ South Korea

The Korean government will introduce a video clip containing a message to overcome COVID-19 by introducing Korea’s new method of dealing with coronavirus infections.


Korean Culture and Information Service of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced on the 17th that it released “A Letter from Wonderland” on ‘Korea.net’ official YouTube channel as a follow-up to “KOREA, WONDERLAND,” a video about Korea’s overcoming of COVID-19.

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The “What a Strange Country” released by the public relations agency on YouTube on the 17th of last month has more than 3.7 million views, consisting of four-minute videos of citizens trying to overcome the spread of COVID-19 and Korea’s transparent and accurate response system.

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Considering the fact that COVID-19 is spreading globally, the sequel will be produced to deliver a message of harmony and solidarity to the world.

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The video starts with a letter to “K”s fighting COVID-19 from all over the world, and introduces Korea’s response to COVID-19 with the expression “a very strange country.” It presents a rapid examination and advanced health system, a free press environment and solid solidarity spirit as the most important factors in overcoming infectious diseases.

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