India and Korea continue to strengthen their relations. The 21st India-Korea Strategic Dialogue was held virtually on the 30th of November. The Dialogue is co-convened by Ananta Aspen Centre, the Korean Foundation, and the Seoul Forum for International Affairs in partnership with the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India. The discussions focused on Indo-Pacific being the epicentre of geopolitics, economic relation and accelerating bilateral relations, resilient supply chains, and reinventing the technological landscape. The dialogue highlighted cooperation between like-minded countries in areas like economy, technology, defence and overall development for peace and prosperity as both countries respect the concept of exclusiveness and an open and free Indo-Pacific. India and Korea should not let de-globalisation slow progress and focus on the inclusion of resilience of trade and supply chains. Both countries recognise the importance of cooperation principles, inclusivity and trust and the dialogue is a platform for building stronger relations.