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South Korea resumes travel for its Indian guests

South Korea with its tourism arm to India, Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) India has declared the reopening of its doors to Indian visitors. The country serves as an active destination offering something or the other for all age groups. KTO is planning a twin-city roadshow for luxury travelers with the participation of DMCs from Korea in August. The roadshow will depict the county’s culture, sports and gastronomy. The company has also launched a Let’s Go Korea Savings Plan in association with Shinhan Bank in India allowing visitors to save up for their trip to Korea. Alongside, Korea’s Air-services has also increased its connectivity and capacity to participate in welcoming tourists.

Addressing a press briefing, Mr. Young-Geul Choi, Director of Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) India, said, “We are elated to welcome travellers from India to South Korea again. In the past two years, we adopted a progressive approach toward re-opening tourism. We are excited to share initiatives to facilitate travel for business, experience and learning. We have further elevated traveller experience with immersive experiential centers, re-imagined tourism offerings and look forward to hosting our Indian visitors.”