The London office of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) has today launched an advertising campaign to promote Korean tourism at several major locations across London. The campaign, running for five weeks from the 22nd of October, will introduce members of the public to Korea via digital screens at seven central train stations including Waterloo and Victoria, as well as 19 Continue Reading . . .
On Friday 20th October, 37 students from Cranford Community College in Hounslow will travel to Korea for a week-long cultural trip, with information and planning assistance provided by the London branch of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO). The year 13 students and their teachers will first fly to Seoul, where they will visit major tourist attractions and experience a tour Continue Reading . . .
The London office of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) has launched a new webtoon, entitled Imagine Your Korea, to bring audiences fresh insight into travel to Korea in a fun and accessible way. Designed to introduce the wide range of experiences on offer for travellers of all ages in Korea, the webtoon follows four different groups of tourists as they Continue Reading . . .
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea and the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) have produced 21 new videos designed to promote Korea to a wide range of international tourists. The marketing campaign introduces the country’s unique experiences from the perspective of foreigners by posing viewers with the question, ‘Korea asks you, have you ever…?’ Focusing Continue Reading . . .
The London office of the Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO) is running a competition to promote travel to Korea on its website, with a variety of exciting prizes on offer. One lucky winner will receive flights for two and a 3-night hotel stay, while other prizes include a Samsung Galaxy Tablet, Korean tea sets, and Korea tourist products. Open to residents Continue Reading . . .
Korea Tourism Organisation and Incheon Airport to host event promoting transit and stopover tours in Korea
The London Office of the Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO), in conjunction with Incheon Airport, is hosting a special event to promote transit and stopover tours in Korea to the UK travel trade. For those travelling from Europe, Incheon Airport is a gateway to many destinations in Asia and beyond, making Korea an ideal location for transit or an extended stopover. Continue Reading . . .
Following the success of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Korea will continue to show its strength as a destination for international conferences. The Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO) is holding a special tour to introduce Korea as a conference destination. The tour has already shared the country’s MICE opportunities to audiences in Austria, Belgium, and the United States, and London is next. Continue Reading . . .
The Korea Tourism Organization continues its efforts to order to attract more cruise tourists this year. The cruise market in Korea passed the 2.2 million passengers in 2016 after exceeding one million visitors to cruise ships in 2015. The Korea Tourism Organization is actively promoting the cruising as a way of visiting Korea in conjunction with the Ministry of Culture, Sports Continue Reading . . .
Korea Tourism Organization London office is attending the Destinations, the UK’s longest-running travel show. The show is held for 4 days from the 1st to 4th February 2018 at Olympia London. With less than 10 days until the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the KTO London sees the show as a fantastic opportunity to boost awareness of the Continue Reading . . .
A shopping festival exclusively for international visitors, Korea Grand Sale, is expected to take place from January 18, 2018 to February 28, 2018. Korea Grand Sale takes place every winter in effort to promote Korea tourism as well as shopping in Korea. With about 50 days left until the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games, Korea Grand Sale is expected to Continue Reading . . .