With Korea’s Buddhism foundation set to bring their teachings to the Korea Tourism Organisation’s WTM 2013 stand, this part of Korean culture is stretching out to an international market. Many travellers are looking for more than the average trip during their vacation these days. It isn’t enough to just go to a place and see the sights; the visitor Continue Reading . . .
With four, seven and eleven day tours in Korea, China Links Travel are offering clients the opportunity to see the very best of Korea with their NEW products. With prices starting from £599 China Links are well placed to enjoy the growing popularity of our destination. The four-day product offers a short stopover in the Korea capital Seoul, with a Continue Reading . . .
Korean Tourism’s App ‘Visit Korea’ v3.0 is now available. The newly upgraded app has a new design, a more user-friendly interface and loads of features! These include extended location based services, bookmark function, improved search functions, and now optimized for tablets. Unlike version 2.0, which mainly focused on the accessibility of Korea tourism information on the mobile format, version 3.0 was reorganized Continue Reading . . .
BA recently announced that their summer 2014 schedule, which starts from March 30, 2014, will see the airline increase their London Heathrow to Seoul Incheon route from six services a week to daily. This expansion reflects the continued interest of Korea as a cultural tourist destination with numerous UNESCO world heritages and a place to revitalize your health and Continue Reading . . .
A Hangeul-themed special exhibition called “Hangeul, Color the World” is currently being held at the Korean Traditional Craft Exhibition Hall located inside Incheon International Airport. The exhibition started on September 25 and will run until September 30, 2013. The exhibit aims to showcase the excellence and originality of Hangeul in celebration of the upcoming Hangeul Day. On display is the Hunminjeongeum Haeryebon, a Continue Reading . . .
The Gyeongnam Convention & Visitors Bureau (GNCVB), established back in 2012, has stepped up efforts to brandish the South Korean province’s industry-hub status and scenic landscapes in order to attract more visitors from Asia-Pacific region. According to the GNCVB marketing manager, bureau will focus its marketing efforts primarily on Asian countries for now whilst Japan, China and Singapore are the Continue Reading . . .
Korea MICE Bureau will execute an academic convention-industry training which will be an ample opportunity for the participants to experience first hand the operation of international conventions and its related planning. It will also allow one to gain expertise in the field and help to grow global prospects of the convention industry. The operating system of this project is divided Continue Reading . . .
World Ski Awards has unveiled the elite resorts and hospitality providers that have been elected as finalists in its inaugural programme. Within the cast of finalists some of ‘South Korea’s’ finest ski resorts and hotels have been nominated. This speaks volumes about the quality of the country’s ski product and reminds everyone that Korea will host the Winter Olympics in Continue Reading . . .
International travellers rarely have the opportunity to enjoy excursions of a capital city for FREE! However, Incheon International Airport is offering FREE transit tours for clients booked on Korean Air & Asiana Airlines and transiting through Incheon International Airport, Seoul. Depending on the clients transfer time there is many opportunities to catch a glimpse of Korean culture and to take away some great Continue Reading . . .