Gyeonggi Province Holds FAM Tour on September 26 and 27 with Invited Inbound Travel Agencies

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○ Gyeonggi Province, in line with eased international travel restrictions, holds FAM tour with the invitation of major inbound travel agencies.
– Fifteen representatives of inbound travel agencies serving key Asian countries, including China and Japan, will participate in the tour.
– Participants will visit and explore exemplary tourist sites that have newly opened after the pandemic.

Gyeonggi Province and the Gyeonggi Tourism Organization, in line with eased restrictions on international travel in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, will hold a FAM tour from September 26 to 27, inviting representatives of domestic (inbound) travel agencies that focus on foreign clientele.

This FAM tour was arranged to promote exemplary tourist sites in the province that have been newly opened after COVID-19 in line with gradual changes in the domestic tourism market, such as the lifting of international arrival quarantine measures.

FAM tour participants include 15 representatives from inbound travel agencies – such as Cheonseong Travel Agency, Hannara Tourism, Arirang Tour Service, and Korea New Taechang Travel – that serve China, Japan and major Southeast Asian countries.

On September 26, they will visit major tourist destinations such as the Imjingak Peace Gondola in Paju City, the forefront of DMZ peace tourism, as well as the Gallery Greaves exhibition hall located within the civilian control area, and the Imjingak Peace Nuri Campground. On September 27, they will explore exemplary tourist sites such as the newly opened Aegibong Peace Ecological Park, Wave Park, and Seohaerang Cable Car in the cities of Gimpo, Siheung, and Hwaseong, respectively.

Choi Yong-hoon, Director of Gyeonggi Province’s Tourism Division, said, “With this FAM tour, we will revitalize the development of Gyeonggi Province’s tourism products and further strengthen tourism marketing.” He added, “We will do our utmost to attract foreign tourists in response to measures to restore international travel and exchanges in the post-pandemic era.”