Boeing and Jeju Air announced an order today for three Next-Generation 737-800s. The order, valued at nearly $300 million at current list prices, will become the airline’s first direct-purchased airplanes from Boeing and fuel the airline’s continued expansion within Asia’s rapidly growing air travel market.
The countdown is on for one of the year’s most anticipated openings, as Four Seasons puts the final touches of perfection on its first location in Korea. Billed as ‘the future of luxury hospitality’, the all-new Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is set to open on October 15th 2015.
Vietjet has announced the launch of a new route linking Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and the capital city of South Korea, Seoul. With a frequency of seven return flights per week, the inaugural flight, which will take off on November 7th, will depart Tan Son Nhat International Airport at 00.15 and arrive at Incheon International Airport at 07.25.
The game of golf in Korea has been advancing rapidly over the years and has risen considerably in popularity of late to become more than just a sport. With its widening reach and appeal to more and more people, golf has definitely become big business.
The Korea Tourism Organisation will be exhibiting at the Destinations London Holiday & Travel Show (Earls Court) between 6 and 9 February 2014 on stand AP160; we are delighted to be joined by three tour operators who all specialise in holidays to Korea; Emerald Travel, Holiday Planners & Sarah Korea.
Feed your smart phone APP-etite with our brand new ‘Go Korea’ application. The London office of the Korea Tourism Organisation has specifically designed and developed this technology to cater for the needs of the UK consumer travel market whether you are a student wishing to explore the amazing culture and history, a holidaymaker seeking something different, an event organiser or business traveller.
Delegates are attending the opening sessions of the World Travel & Tourism Council Asia Summit in Seoul, South Korea. The event this year focuses on ‘Staying Ahead of Tomorrow’, encapsulating the region’s global lead in technology development; consumer understanding across different cultures; planning ahead for infrastructure build; launching new product; and developing human capital. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at tourism in what is on offer at the event.
Delegates are arriving in Seoul, South Korea, today as the capital prepares to host the World Travel & Tourism Council Asia Summit, one of the most significant events on the industry calendar. Here Breaking Travel News examines at the tourism industry in the destination and takes a look at some of the highlights greeting visitors.
For the second time, Seychelles had the unique opportunity of linking with the culture of Korea through the Korean Traditional Fashion Show 2012 that was organized as a special event of the recent celebration of the 27th edition of the Creole Festival.
Ramy Salameh talks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Market 2012.
The Korea Tourism Organisation has opened an office in Manila, Philippines. The office is first in the Philippines, and will benefit those travellers wishing to learn more about Korea as prime MICE, leisure travel and medical tourism destination, as well as local travel agencies, tour operators, and airlines.
Julie Kim from the Seychelles Tourism Board Korea-based Office confirmed today that a Korean delegation is flying in from Seoul, Korea, to participate in the 2012 Carnival being staged in Seychelles. The Korean procession team will have a decorated truck featuring Korean traditional items and will have Korean traditional percussionists on board.