Korea’s National Liberation Day – 광복절 (Gwangbokjeol: literally ‘restoration of Light Day’) On this day Korea in 1945, Korea was liberated from Japan’s 35-year-long colonial rule. The day also marks the establishment of the government of the Republic of Korea in 1948. Learn more about Korea History : http://bit.ly/1njPufh For more information on the history of the Korea’s National liberation day and Continue Reading . . .
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Starting from June 30, 2014, Korail began operation of KTX express trains that directly link to and from Incheon International Airport reducing the trouble of having to transfer. The trains operate between Incheon International Airport and major cities outside of Seoul like Busan, Daejeon and Gwangju. These KTX trains will still make stops in Seoul as trains departing from busan Continue Reading . . .
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee inscribed Korea’s Namhansanseong, or literally meaning “South Han Mountain Fortress,” as a World Heritage site in June 2014. Gyeonggi Province, which includes the capital Seoul, is responsible for the fortress site and believes more tourists will explore the province more widely thanks to the inscription. The fort is easily accessible from Seoul and this will Continue Reading . . .
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Korea Tourism Organisation is delighted to be part of the “Korea Foods pavilion” at Taste of London 2014. Korea Tourism has been invited by Korea Foods, the largest importer, retailer and distributor of Korean food in Europe, to join them at this prestigious event. Korean food has finally landed. Led by the increasing coverage of Korean food, through the likes Continue Reading . . .
South Korea is now 3rd in the Union of International Associations (UIA) country rankings for top international convention destinations. Seoul has also improved its ranking as a convention city by coming in 4th in the UIA rankings (5th last year) and 9th in the International Congress and Convention AQssociation (ICCA) rankings (17th last year). Furthermore Busan, Korea’s second city has knocked Copenhagen out and now Continue Reading . . .
Seoul’s royal palaces are very distinctive in design, character and are places of peaceful contemplation. These historic monuments sit in perfect harmony amongst the 21st century skyscrapers and hubbub of a major metropolis. The opportunity has arisen to enjoy an oasis of calm this summer in Seoul even during the night. Take a moonlight stroll through one of four enchanting royal Continue Reading . . .
Global Taste of Korea Contest: Regional Round The KCCUK is going to hold a Korean food competition that anyone interested in Korean foods can participate in. The event details are below: •Date: 5th July 2014, 10:00- 13:00 •Venue: Central Street Cookery School St Luke’s Community Centre 90 Central Street | London EC1V 8AJ •Participants: Any non-Korean over 18, Continue Reading . . .
TIT C&M 2014 was held from April 15 – 17 at the Shanghai World Expo Convention Center with over 332 companies taking a part in the Expo. The Korea Tourism Organization jointly participated with 17 other agencies. The Korea Advertisement booth was tastefully decorated with spring flowers and images from the recent tv hit series, “My Love From Continue Reading . . .