South Korea’s pavilion at the International Zone of the International Horticultural Expo 2023 Doha showcases the significant advancements in modern agricultural technologies and associated equipment from this Asian country.
The pavilion comprises an outdoor garden with a Korean theme, covering an area of about 1,290sq m, vertical farms, and a smart agriculture exhibition featuring robots for monitoring agricultural crops and more.
The pavilion highlights the country’s culture, latest innovations, and its vision for a sustainable future through its unique design.
It also showcases Korean agricultural technology from various companies, aiming to facilitate their entry into the Middle Eastern markets.
The pavilion reflects the close relations between Qatar and Korea, embodying their shared vision for innovation, sustainability, and cultural exchange.
Korea’s participation in Expo 2023 Doha is aimed at strengthening its economic ties with Qatar, increase opportunities to enter new markets in the Middle East, promote its competitive industrial capabilities and cultural characteristics, and enhance Korea’s global competitiveness by spotlighting its smart experience that connects the past, present, and future.
Korea seeks to share its experience and export its technological innovations to the world, securing a position in the future market.
The east Asian nation has embraced smart agriculture as a means to address resource limitations and climate change, achieving the ideal balance between meeting local requirements, preserving cultural heritage, advancing technological development, adapting to conditions, and maintaining the livelihoods of rural communities.
In a country where arable land constitutes about 22% of its area, with the remaining 78% being mountainous and urban areas, smart agriculture has become a crucial strategy. – QNA
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