The Korean Paralympic Sports Association donated artifacts to the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games and Winter Paralympic Games Memorial Hall.
The Sports Association for the Disabled and the Pyeongchang 2018 Memorial Foundation held a donation event for artifacts from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Paralympic Games on the 25th. About 30 officials attended, 카지노 including Jin-Wan Chung, president of the Korea Para Sports Association, Seung-Min Yoo, president of the PyeongChang Memorial Foundation, Young-Woo Jeong, president of the Korea Ice Hockey Association for the Disabled, Seung-Mo Kim, president of the Korea Para Ice Hockey Association, and Min-Soo Han, a Para ice hockey player.
The Paralympic Sports Association donated clothes and equipment for four Pyeongchang Paralympic events (Nordic skiing, alpine skiing, para ice hockey, and wheelchair curling) to the memorial foundation. It is to inform more people about the value and meaning of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Paralympic Games. Donated materials are used for exhibitions and related research within the memorial hall.
The ‘#WeThe15 Publicity Center’ was created on the 3rd floor of the memorial hall to publicize the global disability awareness improvement WeThe15 (#WeThe15) campaign that the Korea Sports Association for the Disabled is working with.
Chairman Jeong Jin-Wan said, “The Olympic and Paralympic heritage can be found together at the Pyeongchang Memorial Hall to provide a wealth of attractions, and I am very happy that the With the Fifteen campaign publicity center is operating. The Korean Disabled Sports Association, together with the Pyeongchang Memorial Foundation, We will create opportunities for all sports people to interact and communicate.”
The Pyeongchang Memorial Hall continues to receive artifacts such as photos, promotional materials, and books related to the Pyeongchang Paralympic Games.