Want to skill up on South Korea and perhaps take home one of 10 Korean prize packs? Well, KTO has partnered with Seoul, Incheon, and Busan to bring you the best of South Korea in a webinar mini-series.
International travel to South Korea might not be as far away as you think, and Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Sydney has announced the launch of a new webinar series in conjunction with Seoul Tourism Organization, Incheon Tourism Organization and Busan Tourism Organization to highlight the vibrant cities and regional experiences that Korea has to offer.
As well as skilling up and becoming experts in this up-and-coming destination, ten winners from the trade who watch all four webinars and complete the quiz will receive a Korea Gift Pack, which includes four fun gifts.
Insook Lee, Director of KTO Sydney office said, “Each day we get closer to international borders opening.”
“Now is a good time for agents to update and refresh their knowledge on the exciting cities of Seoul, Incheon and Busan, as well as the unique regional tours in South Korea, with the detailed webinars we’ve created on each.”
Here’s a little taster to get you started:
Seoul is a dynamic city where you can experience a unique merging of the past and present and on the webinar you’ll be updated on everything from historical palaces to K-pop.
Incheon is the first city that welcomes you in Korea and is a major transportation hub in northeast Asia with the Incheon International Airport and Incheon Port. Discover the city’s fascinating mix of history, modern entertainment districts and shopping malls and remote outer islands.
Busan is located on the southeast part of the Korean Peninsula and is a gateway to southern Korea. From glistening beaches, fantastic seafood to amazing night views, Busan has something for everyone.
The regional areas of Korea offer diverse tourism and cultural experiences that are unique to their regions.
Want to know more and be in with the chance to win?
This ‘watch and win’ South Korea promotion is available to residents in Australia and New Zealand and closes on 1 October 2021.
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