In the video, a Korean girl expresses her love for the people of the Emirates

A South Korean girl named Nora Pinchoy, in a video clip spread on social media, expressed her love and adoration for the United Arab Emirates and its people and the traditions and customs that distinguish them. She got to know her closely through her communication with citizens coming to Korea for treatment, as well as through her follow-up to series and channels Emirates.

In the video, which was filmed at the home of the UAE ambassador to Korea, Abdullah Al-Nuaimi, Nora said, "Its shape appears to be Korea, but its heart is Emirati, and it is printed with the customs and traditions of the Emiratis, adding that she considers the UAE as her second country, and no one doubts that, and the people of the Emirates are its people."

She described the UAE as a medicinal land and a land of tolerance and coexistence, which includes more than 200 nationalities, considering that the UAE is an example for the world to follow, congratulating the people of the Emirates, wishing them continued security, stability and prosperity.

Nora works as a translator for local patients in Warsan Hospital in South Korea. She says she learned Arabic in Syria and loves Emirati drama.

It is worth noting that Korea enjoys a wide scientific and economic renaissance, and has strong relations with the UAE and the countries of the Middle East, which prompted many Koreans to hasten to study the Arabic language due to the job opportunities that this study achieves for its owner that are not available to learners of other languages, as the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs uses them. In work as translators.

A Korean girl expresses her love for the people of the Emirates.


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