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Korea Tourism Organization launches its India website

• Quick and Easy web access for travel agents and travelers to find India centric information about the South Korea.

• Ready platform for Indian travel agencies to promote their South Korea packages with KTO online.

• Regular updates on offers and announcements, to keep the visitors apprised of what’s happening.

Korea Tourism Organization New Delhi Office launched its India website www.visitkorea.in as a part of its marketing plan for the year 2018.

The website mainly catersto the travel industry and individuals seeking tourism related information specific to the Indian outbound travelling requirements.

The website was launched to provide a quick access of everything an Indian traveller would like to see and do in South Korea. Regular updates on offers and announcements, will keep the visitors apprised of what’s happening.
Visually attractive, the KTO India website features highlight the mandatory travel information for India market such as visa information, currently available South Korea packages, Incentive program details, Indian food available in South Korea, main destination and attractions for Indians to enjoy etc.

Digital Media promotions have already begun for the website launch including a social media contest on KTO India official Facebook page and Instagram. The contest will continue till 30th May 2018 and winners will be gratified with digital cameras.

According to Jong Sool Kwon, Director, Korea Tourism Organization New Delhi, “The usual practice of prospective tourists and travel agents was to find a local travel agent partner, get information from brochures or wait for the tourism board to organize training sessions for updates about South Korea from Indian traveller’s perspective.”
This website will be a one stop solution for both the trade partners and travelers to gather updated information.
“Although the global website was available for all to access information about South Korea, however, it has been so difficult fortourists to find India centric information about the destination. Giving visitors an easy way to enjoy the beauty and variety of our destination spots has been my main concern”, said Kwon.