"The governments of each country must take responsibility and stop violence against Asians."

This is the first step towards the world of South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-hwa, who appeared on the BBC.

On March 15 (local time), Minister of Foreign Affairs Kang Kyung-hwa interviewed BBC Andrew Ma Shaw. In response to the BBC's question asking how Korea was able to pass the deficit while reducing the number of new confirmed persons, Minister Kang Kyung-hwa cited the reasons for Korea's 'openness, transparency, and sufficient information'.

In addition, Kang Kyung-hwa also explained why Korea's low fatality rate (mortality) is low, such as the approval of excellent medical systems and rapid inspection equipment.

In particular, at the end of the interview, Minister Kang Kyung-hwa emphasized cooperation with countries around the world and replied that governments in each country should be responsible for and prevent violence and violence against Asians.

(Responsible Producer Ha Hyun-jong / Producer Lee Arita / Composition Kim Hye-ji /
Edited by Hye-Soo Jeong / Intern Lee Eun-eun / Translation Jeong Soo-bin)

(SBS SBS News)