The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) will participate in the World Travel Market (WTM) from the 4th to 6th November 2019 in order to promote the attractiveness of travel to Korea to the tourism industry, press, and consumers from around the world. WTM London is one of the three biggest travel exhibitions in the world alongside ITB Berlin and FITUR in Continue Reading . . .
Korea Tourism Organization continues Northern Europe market expansion with roadshows in Oslo and Stockholm
Following on from two successful events in Helsinki and Copenhagen in May, the London office of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) will this month host roadshows promoting tourism to Korea in Oslo and Stockholm. The events aim to take advantage of the 60th anniversary of Korea-Norway and Korea-Sweden diplomatic relations respectively, with both Northern European countries currently enjoying a year of Continue Reading . . .
The London office of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) will host roadshows promoting tourism to Korea in northern European countries this year, beginning with Denmark and Finland in May. The Denmark event aims to take advantage of the 60th anniversary of Korea-Denmark diplomatic relations and year of mutual exchange between the two countries in order to raise awareness of Korea. Continue Reading . . .
The London office of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) has launched a new advertising campaign in central London to promote travel to Korea. Beginning this week at Victoria and Marylebone stations, the campaign will extend to several other major locations next week including central train stations such as St. Pancras International, Waterloo and Liverpool Street, as well as bus stops Continue Reading . . .
The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) is participating in the Danish Travel Show for the first time this year. Held at the MCH Messecenter in Herning from the 22nd to 24th of February, the show is Scandinavia’s largest consumer holiday fair and in 2018 welcomed over 60,000 visitors. 2019 is the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between South Continue Reading . . .
The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) is participating in this year’s Destinations Show from the 31st of January to the 3rd of February at London Olympia. Destinations is the UK’s largest consumer-facing holiday and travel event, and the London section of the show drew over 50,000 visitors in 2018. Following a positive year in the international spotlight thanks to the Pyeongchang Continue Reading . . .
The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) will participate in the upcoming MATKA Travel Fair from the 17th to 20th of January in Helsinki, Finland. MATKA is the largest travel industry event in Northern Europe, with an annual attendance of more than 50,000 consumers and almost 20,000 professionals from the travel trade. Last year 84 countries exhibited at the fair, with even Continue Reading . . .
The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) will participate in the World Travel Market (WTM) London from the 5th to 7th of November at ExCeL, promoting travel to Korea with a focus on peace-themed tourism products such as tours of the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ). WTM London, held annually at the end of the year, is one of the world’s three major tourism Continue Reading . . .
The London office of the Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO) has released a new and improved online training site with OTT. 2018 has seen Korea enjoy international success, from the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics to considerable political developments on the peninsula, making now the perfect time to upgrade and relaunch the information available to travel agents. KTO is committed to providing the Continue Reading . . .
The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) London office will be attending the 2018 Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival to promote winter sports travel to South Korea. This will be KTO’s first time at the event, which offers visitors the chance to enjoy a wide range of experiences including ice skating, skiing, and dog sledding, plus food and live entertainment. Athletes from Continue Reading . . .