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Korean Re New Year's Concert 2024

Korean Re hosted a new year's event on January 4, 2024. Employees and their families got together to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the New Year's Concert, which featured a program in two parts. For the first part of the event, the audience watched a video montage of Korean Re's achievements and successes and listened to a welcoming address from CEO Jong-Gyu Won. New joiners were also introduced and welcomed to the company with a warm applause. The audience also watched a video recap illustrating 10 years of the New Year's concerts.

In his welcoming address, CEO Jong-Gyu Won expressed his heartfelt appreciation to employees, saying that thanks to their hard work and dedication, Korean Re was able to achieve such great results last year. He also gave best wishes to the new joiners, hoping that they would grow into reinsurance experts in the future.

After dinner was served, the second part of the event began, with guests being guided to a concert hall. Conductor Si-Yeon Sung and Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra performed Tchaikovsky's Italian Capriccio and Dvorak's Symphony No. 8. Violinist In-Mo Yang, who is hailed as "Korea's Paganini of the 21st century", played Sarasate's Zigeunerweisen and Ravel's Tzigane. The melodic richness and rhythmic vitality of the classical pieces filled the concert hall, captivating the audience.

Over the last 10 years, it has been Korean Re's tradition to hold a classical music concert at the beginning of a new year, inviting its clients, partners, employees, and their family members to the event in celebration of the new year. Korean Re will continue this tradition, demonstrating its commitment to engaging with its members.