South Korean President Park Geun-hye has arrived in New Delhi on an official visit to India this evening. She will hold delegation-level talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and discuss bilateral, regional and global issues tomorrow. The two countries are expected to sign some agreements after the talks. The visiting dignitary is scheduled to meet the President, the Vice-President, the External Affairs Minister and the Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha during her four-day stay in the country. The South Korean President will be accompanied by a delegation which includes the Foreign Minister, the Minister for Science and the Minister for Trade and Industry. Our Correspondent reports, the visit will strengthen the India-Korea Strategic Partnership. The two countries have a very robust economic relationship and bilateral trade reached over 18 billion Dollar in 2012. South Korea is a major investment partner in India. About 300 Korean companies functioning in India. Indian companies too have a presence in South Korea in areas relating to motor vehicles, IT and pharmaceuticals. The two sides have a wide-ranging defence relationship. India is working with South Korea on defence research and development and other activities such as anti-piracy in the Gulf of Aden. India and South Korea have also carried out some joint naval exercises. NEWS ON AIR : News On AIR brings the Latest & Top Breaking News on Politics, G-20 summit, Cricket, Sports, Business , State,Formula One in INDIA , Regional Language Audio Bulletins , Regional Language scripts & more..