The report details the impact of COVID-19 on the performing arts, film, music and other cultural industries and how this has been mitigated by new government policies aiming to ensure the continuation of creative activities.

These measures include offering Ministry funding to support cultural institutions and professionals, promoting online cultural content to encourage audiences to stay at home, and providing safety guidelines to prepare for the ‘new normal’ as cinemas, museums and other cultural spaces begin to reopen.

“The Korean Government is prepared to share the lessons learnt and policies we have implemented against COVID-19.”
at the UNESCO Online Meeting of Culture Ministers (22 April 2020)

You can download and read the 13-page report here: