SEOUL, Sept. 10 (UPI) – North and South Korea will lead a joint archeological unearthing on an antiquated illustrious castle site in the North Korean city of Kaeseong.
A joint uncovering group will be framed to find stays at the royal residence site of the antiquated kingdom of Goryeo (918-1392) and reestablish harmed parts from October to December in the old capital city of Kaeseong, 36 miles north of Seoul, a state legacy office said on Tuesday.
The joint uncovering venture began in 2007 and it will continue for the eighth round this time.
The group has found in excess of 16,500 ancient rarities, including stays of the castle structures, earthenware production and metal letter prints, as per the Cultural Heritage Administration.
South Korean culture authorities have proposed that the North and South rundown the conventional wrestling of Korea as an impalpable social advantage for UNESCO.
The South Korean government has connected to list the Korean conventional wrestling, Ssireum, as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of UNESCO. A ultimate choice will be made at an UNESCO meeting in November.