Home Growing Outbound Jeju tourism tapping into the tourist market of India

Jeju tourism tapping into the tourist market of India

Jeju, one of the nine provinces of Korea and the country’s largest island, is now looking at India as a source market for the MICE and wellness segments. Jeju attracted 12 million tourists last year of which 3.3 million were foreign arrivals. Among arrivals, Jeju received 1,200 visitors from India last year
Jeju special self-governing province states, “The delegates will continue pursuing strategies to develop high-valued long-term based travel products that match local tastes for a large travel market like India.”
International visitors do not need a visa to enter Jeju. Also Indians visit Korea for about 13 days of which they stay in Jeju for about four or five days, which is longer than most other international tourists.