Apink to recommend destination's to visit in Gyeonggi
Girl group Apink will recommend a travel destination in Gyeonggi every week this month, as part of a collaboration with Gyeonggi, Gyeonggi Tourism Organization and content creator Kakao M, the organizations announced on Tuesday.
Content about traveling within the province will be uploaded every Tuesday starting July 7 at 8 p.m. on the YouTube channel of Gyeonggi Tourism Organization, Checkin_Gyeonggi, and on Kakao M's K-pop brand YouTube channel, 1theK.
Apink will take photos at various locations in Gyeonggi for their 2021 calendar that celebrates the group's 10th anniversary of its debut with “Seven Springs of Apink.”
The members will introduce 12 travel destinations in seven cities in western Gyeonggi — Gaetgol Ecological Park in Siheung, Gwangmyeong Cave, Grand Coteau Winery in Ansan, Gimpo Art Village, Bucheon Art Bunker B39, Jebudo in Hwaseong, Pyeongtaek International Central Market, Garden of Morning Calm, Petite France and Rail Park in Gapyeong, Korean Folk Village in Yongin, and Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon.
"For those who are tired of the coronavirus, we have planned online travel content that makes it possible for Gyeonggi to be enjoyed at home with Kakao M,” Gyeonggi Tourism Organization said. “We aim to introduce our province to Apink's overseas fans and draw future visits from local fans."
BY KIM YEON-AH [email@example.com]
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