"Affectionate bonding. EAM @SushmaSwaraj calls on the First Lady of the Republic of Korea, Mrs Kim Jung-sook. India and ROK (Republic of Korea) share a special strategic partnership since 2015 and our relations have deepened and diversified in recent years," Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted.
The school has a tie up with South Korea's Jeonnam (Chonnam) Foreign Language High School since 2015 and the institutes have an exchange programme for their students and teachers.
Addressing a group of students, Kim urged them to study hard and help in the growth of their nations.
The future generation will help in further cementing the Indo-Korean ties, she said.
With the political leadership in India and Korea working to strengthen ties, the students will get more opportunities to visit each others countries, she said.
"The First Lady's participation in the festivities in Ayodhya will showcase our close civilisational links as well as the ongoing deepening engagement between our two countries," the MEA had said last week.
The South Korean First Lady will also attend the 'Deepotsav' event in the evening on Tuesday.