On March 8, Press Center Seoul, Korea -- Mr. Woo Hee-yong performed a very special show at the Korea Mongolia Agricultural Development Preparation Initiative to celebrate the first agricultural cooperation between Mongolia and Korea. This initiative is significant in a sense that Korea is relying 98 percent on foreign grains. Climate change or any unexpected causes has been influencing the price of food greatly in Korea and the agricultrual penetration in the nation is very low. Korean land purchase of 1 billion pyung in Mongolia brings new hope to the economy of both countries.