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South Korea will pursue quarantine-free, international travel agreements with other countries and lift other virus-related restrictions to prop up the aviation industry struggling to survive amid a sharp fall in air demand. “The country will push ahead with the signing of ‘travel bubble’ agreements for people to travel without restriction on the basis of the...
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Purple Island of South Korea Following Hong Kong and Germany, the U.S. CNN and Fox News are also drawing attention by highlighting the “Purple Island” in Banwol-do, Shinan-gun, Jeollanam-do in South Korea. According to Shinan-gun County on the 23rd of February, CNN introduced Banwol-do as an “Island of photographers’ dreams” on the 8th and reported...
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The annual Lotus Lantern Festival, called “Yeondeunghoe” in Korean and held to mark Buddha’s birthday, has been officially designated Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage on Dec. 16 made the decision in its 15th session held online. Other Korean cultural heritage with the honor include Jongmyo...
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The Seoul nightscape is illuminated in dazzling pink. Since Oct. 12, pink light has illuminated at night five city landmarks — Seoul City Hall, the N Seoul Tower, Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, City Hall and Some Sevit by the Hangang River. The Seoul Metropolitan Government and its PR ambassador Pinkfong,...
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With the government having eased its social distancing guidelines from Level 2 to Level 1 in a three-tier system on Oct. 12, the Royal Culture Festival successfully completed eight days of offline events from Oct. 10-18 at four palaces — Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung, Changgyeonggung and Deoksugung — as well as the royal shrine Jongmyo. Of the...
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The changing of the royal guard ceremony at Seoul’s Deoksugung Palace has been resumed for the first time in eight months since the event was suspended due to COVID-19. The Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that the ceremony and the guard parade will be restarted from Oct. 20 at Daehanmun Gate of the palace, as the...
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Andong City, North Gyeongsang Province, announced on the 14th of October that the Andong episode of the viral video promoting Korean tourism, which has recently attracted sensational popularity at home and abroad, was released on YouTube and Facebook on the 13th of October along with the Mokpo and Gangneung episodes. Seoul, Busan, and Jeonju episodes...
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A monthlong heritage festival that explores South Korea’s royal palaces and culture will kick off this weekend, with some of this year’s events scheduled to be held online amid the new coronavirus, officials said Friday. The sixth Royal Culture Festival will take place at Gyeongbok, Changdeok, Deoksu and Changgyeong palaces as well as Jongmyo Shrine...
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Travolution announced on the 21st of September that it has released a “Seoul Pass Travel Gift Card” for foreign travelers. Travolution is a company that operates OTA (Online Professional Travel Agency) platform called ‘Seoul Pass’. It broadcasts single-product travel packages such as tickets, tours and activities to foreign travelers visiting Korea. There are two types...
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Jeju Olle Walking Festival Now in its 11th year, the Jeju Olle Walking Festival takes place in Jeju’s most beautiful season, Autumn. It is a festival that keeps you going, and enjoying the culture, arts, performance, and local eats while hiking a route a day. More than 10,000 participants com from all around the world,...
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