President Michael Sata has ended his four-day working visit to South Korea where he attended the Third Africa-Korea Economic Co-operation (KOAFEC) forum at which he was a special guest.
The President departed for Lusaka at 20:00 hours local time (13:00 hours Zambian time) aboard a Cathy Pacific commercial airline via Hong Kong and Dubai.
President Sata is accompanied by the First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba, Foreign Affairs Minister Given Lubinda, Agriculture Minister Emmanuel Chenda, and Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations George Chellah .
He was seen off at Incheon International airport in Seoul by the Chief of Protocol for the Korean Government, Bae Jae Hyun and the Executive vice president of Incheon Airport management who is also a Professor at Korea Aerospace University, Young-Geun Lee.
President Sata held talks with Professor Young-Geun shortly before departure for Lusaka.