Israeli embassy, Einstein invite world to a metaverse space

Israel’s Embassy in Seoul launched a metaverse space on Tuesday, inviting users from around the world to join discussions on Kpop, the Hebrew language, Israeli folk dances and Taekwondo. The space, accessible via the mobile application, “Israel-Korea Metaverse,” is designed as a two-floor pavilion with a photo exhibition. Upon entry to the pavilion’s first floor, the user is greeted with an avatar of Albert Einstein, who provides an introduction. The space was created by the embassy in cooperation with Vrillar, a metaverse developer, as part of a series of programs to celebrate the 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Israel and Korea this year. Haim Herzog, an Israeli who’s been studying and working in Korea for the past five years.


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