Park Wan-soo, governor of South Gyeongsang Province, visits Robot Land
Building Gusan Marine Tourism Complex, turning southern coast for tourism
Governor Park Wan-soo of South Gyeongsang Province on December 3 visited the sites of Robot Land and Gusan Marine Tourism Complex to check the progress. Visiting Robot Land, he asked, “I will place an order so that not only the theme park but also the Convention Center in Robot Land can be revitalized, and he will actively support the companies in the Robot R&D Center so that they can achieve good results.” Opened in 2019, Robot Land consists of a theme park, research facilities, and activity facilities. The theme park is steadily visited by students and family visitors, and the second phase of the project, such as the construction of hotels and condominiums, is also planned to be built. Governor Park said, “If the Gusan Marine Tourism Complex is created, great synergy is expected in revitalizing tourism in south coast along with Robot Land. I will actively recommend it to the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to promote the project as soon as possible.” Following this, Governor Park visited the site of the Ungdong district 1 development site. Currently, only a golf course is being built in Ungdong district 1, but it has been suspended for a long time, and Governor Park is looking for a solution.
Smart & Green Energy Maritime Korea 2022
Pioneering new markets for shipbuilding equipment, exchanging technical information
South Gyeongsang Province held the opening ceremony of Smart & Green Energy Maritime Korea 2022 at the Changwon Convention Center on the 5th to pioneer a market for shipbuilding equipment and technical information exchange. The event was held for three days until the 7th under the theme of ‘Eco-friendly Energy and Smart Ships’, and 136 companies from 14 countries participated and 310 booths were set up. In his opening remarks, Governor Park said, “This event is an opportunity to present a direction for the shipbuilding industry and exchange information on smart and eco-friendly technologies. We will establish a cooperative system so that South Gyeongsang Province can stand tall as the world’s strongest shipbuilding industry, and secure competitiveness in market development, export support, and technology development.” For this, the province has signed MOU with 15 related companies large and small including Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, and Samsung Heavy Industries. Through the MOU, it was decided to train 1,000 people a year with 7.9 billion won from the government and support the employment of 800 people a year, and to support 500 people and 400 people a year with 3.9 billion won from the provincial budget.
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