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Until the 16th, South Koreans will still be able to visit a representative exhibition of the National Tile Museum and there are a series of activities for the youngest, such as illustration workshops and traditional Portuguese storytelling sessions.
On the island of Nami there will also be collective illustration shows in partnership with the Hans Christian Andersen literary prize and with the biennial of illustration in Bratislava (Slovakia).
The biennial Nambook Festival was held for the first time in 2005 to celebrate children’s literature and to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen.
Alongside the festival, an international illustration contest is also organized, in which the authors Catarina Sobral, Yara Kono and André Letria have already been awarded prizes in previous editions and whose work is translated and edited in Korean.
The island of Nami, which emerged with the construction of a dam in the 1940s, is considered a tourist spot in South Korea, with green spaces and equipment designed especially for the youngest.