“Are you coming to Korea again?”… Seoul travel course visited by the Jamboree

The Seoul travel course visited by the members of the ‘2023 Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree’ , which ended the official schedule on the 12th, is also attracting attention.

As Typhoon No. 6 ‘Kanun’ moved north, members from around the world retired early and moved to Seoul and the metropolitan area.

For the members who will be disappointed, various experiences in Seoul, such as learning K-pop dance, city tours, and using jjimjil spas, were supported in various parts of Seoul.

According to the Korea Tourism Organization on this day, it mobilized all its capabilities and operated a TF (Task Force) for emergency support so that the crew could retain positive memories of Korea.

An official from the Korea Tourism Organization said, “By supporting the tour program, we made every effort to leave a visit to Korea as a positive experience for the Jamboree participants and to imprint the image of ‘Korea they want to visit again’.”

◇ ‘Purple hallyu sanctuary’ where people learned K-pop dance The Korea

Tourism Organization conducted a docent tour for the Jamboree members at the ‘Hiker Ground’, a purple-covered Korea Tourism Promotion Center located in Cheonggyecheon, Seoul. ‘Hiker Ground’ is a ground containing ‘ HiKR ‘ , which means ‘ Good greeting ( Hi ) from Korea ( KR

)’ to the Seoul Center of the Korea Tourism Organization, and ‘ We will become a playground ( Playground ) for travelers around the world. ‘ is a name that combines Hiker Ground, which spans five floors, allows you to enjoy and experience a variety of Korean tourism content, including K- pop, dramas, art, and festivals. The most popular facility for the Jamboree members is the K-Pop Ground on the second floor. In a space that reproduced the music video stage setting, it attracted a great response as it was possible to listen to K-pop, dance, and take pictures or videos. In addition, the Korea Tourism Organization supported learning K-pop dance and wearing traditional hanbok at COEX.

◇ A place where ‘cool’ and ‘rich Korea’ exist.

The Jamborees from each country enjoyed various experiences of Korea’s representative cultural infrastructure supported by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

About 800 scouts from England, as well as메이저사이트 members from Denmark and Norway, visited the Blue House.

Last May, in celebration of the first anniversary of the opening, the Blue House installed additional artificial fog sprayers, parasols, and drinking fountains to create an environment in which tourists can view conveniently despite the continuing heat wave.

At the National Museum of Korea, Korea’s representative museum, the Jamboree members participated in programs in which they could directly participate, such as making pottery, as well as viewing the exhibition with English commentary.

At the National Folk Museum of Korea, in an outdoor exhibition hall that reproduced the streets of Korea in the 1970s and 1980s, they experienced taking pictures in old school uniforms and playing alleyways.

The National Museum of Korean History is running a special exhibition to mark the 70th anniversary of the ROK-US alliance. The Museum of History is also holding a special hallyu exhibition that sheds light on the history of Korean popular culture.

◇ “Welcome Jamboree” Shuttle Bus Tour Popularity The

‘Welcome Jamboree Shuttle Bus’ operated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Seoul Tourism Organization for a total of 3 days, on the 9th and 12th and 13th, also received a great response.

The circular shuttle bus connecting Seoul Plaza to major tourist attractions was operated free of charge every 20 minutes. The main course is ‘Seoul City Hall Square – Kyobo Bookstore – Gyeongbokgung Palace – Insadong – Changdeokgung Palace – Daehakro Starbucks – Changgyeonggung Palace – Blue House’, which takes 50 minutes in total.

An official from the Seoul Tourism Organization said, “The course was designed in consideration of tourist resources that foreign tourists prefer in downtown Seoul with good accessibility, starting with the ‘Seoul Welcome Center’ built in Seoul Plaza in front of City Hall.” A total of 320 crew members from Australia, Britain, the Philippines, Austria and Russia were on board.”

In addition, the city and the tourism foundation will expand and operate various tour programs for Jamboree members up to the 15th.

Tracking will be operated from 9 to 11 a.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. on the 15th from Namsan, Bukaksan, and Inwangsan Mountain in Seoul so that many scouts can participate. Water sports experience events such as cruiser yachts, kayaks, paddle boats, and yachts on the Han River will also be expanded. In addition, integrated discount coupons ( DSP ) for 60 major tourist facilities in Seoul are provided at a 30% discount.

In addition, the Jamboree members enjoyed various indoor cultural experiences supported by companies.

Opportunities to experience beauty were provided, Shinsegae presented 100 people a day with Aquafield spa tickets at three Starfield locations, and Hyundai Department Store Group supported viewing of art galleries in department stores.

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