A press event for the exhibition "Record 284" was held at the Culture Station Seoul 284 in central Seoul on Tuesday. Hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and organized by the Korea Craft & Design Foundation, the exhibition...
Korea’s biggest reservation app for accommodations and leisure activities Yanolja is planning to go public next year, the company announced Friday.
No-destination flights will be allowed for a year, and passengers will be able to purchase duty-free goods upon their return to Incheon International Airport after tooling around the nearby skies, Finance Minister Hong Nam-ki announced Thursday.
Ticket sales in the performing arts industry increased by 26 percent last week compared to the weekly average for the previous month — the highest increase in three weeks — since the launch of performing arts discount coupons last month
Visitors take a selfie in a camping car during 2020 Seoul International Tourism Fair held at Seoul Trade Exhibition and Convention in Gangnam District, southern Seoul, on Monday.
Mobile app developers set on making travel across Korea more convenient than ever before continue to unveil new services despite the pandemic, and the Korea Tourism Organization, in hands with SK Telecom, has chosen 10 of the best new ideas.
Credit card payments by visitors to Jeju Island reached an all-time high in 2019, with domestic travelers and individual Chinese tourists driving the rebound.
The eccentric yet addictive tourism promotional videos featuring Korean music act Leenalchi and the Ambiguous Dance Company are back — with three more videos featuring other Korean cities. The latest videos, released by...
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism will hold the Korea Tourism Virtual Fair 2020 online from Oct. 12 to 16, to help reinvigorate the tourism industry amid the coronavirus crisis, the ministry said on Sunday. The fair will kick off with ...
The Seoul Metropolitan Government has been capitalizing on the rising popularity of Hallyu, or the Korean Wave, in the Covid era by hiring famous K-pop stars to introduce Korean culture to worldwide fans through "virtual tourism."