KT&G(President Baek Bok-in) will hold the 10th Imagination Realization Contest to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 3.1 Movement and the provisional government and to deliver a message of hope for the future of Korea.
The contest will be a work that reflects the history, significance and lessons of independence on the theme of “Korea, Connects Great Imagination.” Anyone over the age of 19 can enter.
The competition section is a sensational image or content that can be used online, and can be freely selected regardless of the format such as △ video △ photo △ music △ handwriting △ illustration △ webtoon △ calligraphy. The entry method is to post the work on the participant's personal social network account by December 1 and submit an application including the work URL through the online reception page (http://www.bit.ly/2qvDwxS) or by email (contest @ ktng.com).
Winners will be awarded 1 Grand prize (3 million won), 2 1st prizes (2 million won each), 3 excellence awards (1 million won each) and 4 encouragement awards (500,000 won each) based on △ Subject Suitability △ Originality △ Applicability. The first round of judges will be announced on December 9th and the final winners will be determined after a review with the finalists on December 13th.
Meanwhile, in March, KT&G held a campaign to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the March 1st Movement and the Provisional Government on the theme of “Korea, Connects Great Imagination.” and held a campaign, opened a slogan, celebrated CI, and exhibited works. In recognition of these efforts, the company obtained the certificate of commemoration of the public participation of the 100th Anniversary Project Committee under the President.
An official from KT&G said, “The 'Imagination Realization Contest', which has been held for the 10th time since 2010, is highly recognized as being ranked first in the survey of preferences by major external activity portals.” "We look forward to seeing entries that express the meaning and value of independence sensibly and freshly."
▶ Recruitment poster image for the 10th Imagination Realization Contest