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Cho Tai-young earned the nickname of “The Singing Ambassador” during his tenure as South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia, which started in 2013, since he has often taken the opportunity to sing mostly Indonesian songs in front of audiences. Prior to the end of his term in the office, Cho — who is to leave Indonesia on Thursday — shared his views with reporter Agnes Anya of The Jakarta Post on the role of Korean songs, drama and youngsters in enhancing South Korea’s ties with Indonesia. (JP/Wienda Parwitasari)
(The Jakarta Post / Agnes Anya)