Facilitate Tourist, South Korea Presents Indonesian Language Tour Service

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Illustration tour of South Korea. (Photo: IST)
Illustration tour of South Korea. (Photo: IST)

INDUSTRY.co.id - South Korea - Currently, many areas that become one of the destinations of tourist destinations in various countries increasingly simplify foreign tourists by multiplying the language services. One of them is in South Korea.

Through its press release quoted from visitkorea, from January 22nd, 2018, Korea Tourism Service Center '1330' has expanded its interpreter service into eight languages. With the aim, to help ease the activities of foreign tourists who are vacationing in South Korea.

This 1330 hotline service, operated by the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) since 1999. Previously, where travelers can access 24 hours for free by providing four language services namely Korea, UK, Japan and China.

Now, for you who want to visit South Korea, no need to worry anymore. The reason, the service adds four other foreign languages ​​namely Russian, Vietnamese, Thai and Malay-Indonesian. However, for the four additional languages ​​are still operating from 8 am to 7 pm local time.

Given the growing number of foreign tourists to South Korea, the presence of these services is expected to make foreign tourists more comfortable while in Korea.

Known, in the period January to November last year, the number of tourists visiting Korea from Russia about 249 thousand tourists, from Vietnam about 300 thousand tourists, about 438 thousand from Thailand, and about 471 thousand from Indonesia and Malaysia.

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