Korea Tourism Organization launches new online event
Monday 1, November 2010
Take part in an exciting new contest at KTO for your chance to win a roundtrip ticket to Korea and other fabulous prizes.
Korea has designated 2010 to 2012 as the 'VISIT KOREA YEARS', during which time a variety of tours and special events will be organized under cultural and environmental themes. Currently, the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO, www.visitkorea.or.kr) is hosting a new online event through the official tourism website of Korea. In order to promote Korea and its culture to the rest of the world, the event involves a fun and simple quiz that everyone can participate in. By simply answering easy trivia questions about Korea, contestants earn the chance to win a roundtrip ticket to Korea and other wonderful prizes!
The 2010-2012 VISIT KOREA YEAR CAMPAIGN
With the Korean wave sweeping various nations around the world, Korea is rapidly growing into a major tourist destination of Asia. The 2010-2012 VISIT KOREA YEAR campaign provides programs to benefit travelers such as reduced-rates for extended-stay visitors, shopping events & sales, and tourism booklets containing discounts on attractions, entrance fees and select purchases. The country is in the process of a nationwide campaign to make these years an exceptional time and opportunity to travel to Korea. Much preparation is underway for events such as the Seoul Design Olympiad, IAAF World Championships Daegu 2011, EXPO 2012 Yeosu Korea, Korean Wave Dream Festival, World Culture Festival, Korea Food & Tourism Festival 2010, Cheju Ole Tracking Competition, World Peace Festival, Environment Festival and more. With the commencement of this 2010-2012 VISIT KOREA YEAR campaign, Korea continues to develop its cosmopolitan image as a dynamic and exciting Asian destination.
Take a shot at Korea's quiz contest for your chance to win!
The KTO month-long quiz event will take place from October 18, 2010 to November 30, 2010. http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/HD/event/enu_20101018/index.jsp
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