Participants of the "2021 Korea Tour with Squid Games in NY" play ddakji, a Korean game using folded paper tiles, in New York. The program is hosted by the Korea Tourism Organization, inviting 80 people to try out the games featured on "Squid Game."
International travel is limited, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t get on a plane. To keep the attention of avid travelers in Taiwan, the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) is bringing them to Jeju without having them get off the plane.
With the end of the tunnel still not in sight when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic, the travel industry continues to seek ways to stay afloat.
With a surge in the number of coronavirus-confirmed patients in Korea in recent weeks, many individuals and institutes are making changes to their plans for summer vacation.
The typical scene of people searching for the best lodging deals in Paris or Rome to see the globally renowned historic sites they’ve spent their lives dreaming of seeing is a thing of the past, or at least for now, thanks to the pandemic.
Avid travelers who wish to continue their adventures but are conscious of social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic should add this county to their must-visit list: Goesan in North Chungcheong.
State-run and regional agencies for promoting domestic travels are continuing to introduce destinations that travelers can enjoy while maintaining social distance.
As people try to return to normalcy following the outbreak of the coronavirus, many avid travelers now starved of overseas trips are choosing outdoor breaks that also offer isolation to feed their travel craving while also staying safe.