Visit Korea Committee Activities

The PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games kicked off after the closing of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. In celebration of its opening, the 17th University Students’ National Smile Team visited Gangneung Station and held a welcome campaign. Gangneung Station was bustling with many locals and foreigners visiting the city for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. Let’s check out the welcome campaign launched by the National Smile Team! Visitors wrote messages on this photo wall featuring the Paralympics mascot Bandabi to cheer for their favorite athletes! The photo wall did not take long to fill up, and was a popular photo spot. The National Smile Team invited visitors in front of Gangneung Station to cheer for athletes with their own voices. No matter what language they speak, everyone felt united in the spirit of the Olympics! Those who participated in the event received official souvenirs of the PyeongChang Olympics. The campaign will be made into a video and posted online to reach out to more people. Welcome to Gangneung! The visitors gave high-fives to the National Smile Team in support of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. The welcome campaign left people feeling motivated and energized. Despite the cold weather, our hearts were totally warmed by the campaign. Cheers to the National Smile Team for their hospitality and friendliness. Our efforts to welcome foreigners will continue even after the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. Please keep your attention on our activities.
Date : 2018/03/20 | Views : 3958
Completion Ceremony for the 17th University Students’ National Smile Team On March 9, the Visit Korea Committee held the completion ceremony of the 17th University Students’ National Smile Team at the Grand Hall of Tmark Grand Hotel Myeongdong in Jung-gu, Seoul. The members of the 17th team held a welcome campaign in many places nationwide for locals and foreigners in celebration of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. At the awards ceremony, the most outstanding team and individuals were presented awards in recognition of their efforts. The Visit Korea Committee set the table with souvenirs to thank the members of the 17th team. As more people gather, the hall soon filled with laughter and excited chatter. Here are some familiar faces from the 17th team. The members posed for a photo at the photo zone. Next, the members gave a report on their activities. They participated in various online and offline activities to raise awareness of Korean culture among foreigners. Everyone felt touched by how passionate and dedicated they were even in the cold winter. ♥   The completion ceremony kicked off with an opening declaration and an introduction of guests.   The key activities of the National Smile Team were compiled in a slide show. Each photo brought back wonderful memories of the past. Their unforgettable experience will be treasured for many years to come.     Finally, the members of the National Smile Team received certificates of completion for their activities. They were proud of their certificates and medals. Congratulations. : ) Let’s not forget the lucky draw event. The lucky winners were randomly picked by Visit Korea Committee staff.   The ceremony ended in a happy, festive atmosphere. Once again, thank you to all members of the National Smile Team for doing their part in spreading Korea’s hospitality culture! Do continue to reach out to others with your beautiful smiles. The Visit Korea Committee wishes all the best to the National Smile Team. 😀  
Date : 2018/03/20 | Views : 3075
Date : 2018/03/05 | Views : 2869
Korea Tour Card Forum for Business Partners   The Korea Tour Card, an exclusive card for foreign tourists, provides benefits in public transportation, shopping, tourism, and cultural activities. The card is celebrating its first anniversary. With more than 20,000 cards sold in the past year,the card has grown popular among foreigners. On February 6, a forum for Korea Tour Card business partners was held at the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) to commemorate the first anniversary. Business partners and regional authorities participated in the forum to provide feedback and share their opinions on future directions. Before the event, the participants dropped their business cards into the collection box for a lucky draw. Rice cakes were handed out in celebration of Korea Tour Card’s first anniversary and to thank the participants for attending the forum. The success of Korea Tour Card would not have been possible if not for the support of its business partners. The forum was attended by Han Kyung-ah, secretary-general of the Visit Korea Committee; Chung Ju-young, general manager of the Marketing Team of the Korea Tour Card; and Choi Hyun-seung, manager of the Cultural Infrastructure Division of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. There was a brief presentation on the benefits offered by the Korea Tour Card, past sales, and future plans. The presentation was followed by a Q&A session. The opinions provided by business partners were constructive and insightful. We hope more foreign tourists can enjoy the benefits of the Korea Tour Card in 2018. Finally, it was time for the much-anticipated lucky draw. Among the attractive prizes were official souvenirs of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. The forum concluded with a photo-taking ceremony. Many foreign tourists were able to enjoy a more pleasant stay in Korea thanks to the business partners of the Korea Tour Card! We look forward to their continued support and participation in providing better services to foreigners.
Date : 2018/02/19 | Views : 3950