The Korean Culture Centre in Hanoi on November 7 opened a painting exhibition called “Sympathetic”, which will last until November 20.

Painter Trieu Khac Le, who brought 21 works in oil and acrylic to the exhibition, uses his art to explore the ancient Vietnamese countryside.

Meanwhile, artist Le Van Thin has used lacquer to create nine Hanoi autumn pictures.

The “Sympathetic” exhibition displays harmony between the two artists and nature.

Director of the Republic of Korea’s centre Park Nark Jong said it will continue presenting diverse types of art which aim to foster bilateral cultural exchanges.-VNA