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In an interview, participants Nur Amalia Mahirah binti Mohd Ridwan, Nur Azira binti Hazman and Noja Ain Maizurah binti Jaini expressed their excitement to be on a plane for the first time. “This is my first time on a plane and I feel a bit nervous yet excited,” said Nur Amalia, a secondary school student. Nur Azira added, “I can’t wait to go to Korea. We always see Korea in dramas. Now, I can really experience Korea for myself. The children from underprivileged families in a group picture with the Korean Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam, Cho Won-myung, family members, friends and sponsors. – JAMES KON “While in Korea, we can learn about the people’s culture and the new things there.” Noja Ain Maizurah also said that she is excited to learn the techniques of making kimchi during their trip to Dongwon Food and Beverages company. The children will be visiting various places of interest in Korea, including the Namsan Traditional Village. They will also watch a taekwondo show, see the Seoul Tower, and visit the Independence Hall of Korea and MBC World Broadcasting Theme Park. Furthermore, the kids will be exposed to using public transport facilities in Seoul, the biggest city in Korea. It is expected that the the field trip participants will become more motivated, open-minded and well-versed in current affairs.
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