Well, it certainly has been a hectic, yet successful, trip in South Korea for Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark these past few days.
On Saturday, May 12, 2012, the crown princely couple toured the 2012 EXPO in Yeosu. Whilst there they toured the Danish, Australian and South Korean pavilions along with the Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Mr. Ole Sohn.
Afterward, they visited the Daewoo Shipyard in Okpo. During their visit Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary “… cut the first steel of the world’s largest and most environmentally friendly container ship the Triple E…”
This morning, May 13, the crown princely couple toured the Museum of Modern Art where they attended the opening of an exhibition by Peter Jensen. Three and a half hours later the crown prince and crown princess along with Mr. Ole Sohn and the Minister of Trade and Investment, Ms. Pia Dyhr visited the Demilitarized Zone, a joint security area, between North and South Korea.
Later on in the afternoon, Their Royal Highnesses participated in the opening of the Danish Film Festival held at the Cinematque in Seoul.
The day ended with a visit to LEGOs Historical Wall an exhibition developed by, well, LEGO at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul.
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