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New Korea Tourism promotion offers MICE Professionals Prizes for valued Feedback in Online Mega Survey

  • Date11/10/2015
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International meeting professionals are being offered the chance to win a trip to Korea and other prizes through the Korea Tourism Organization's new Online Mega Survey of Korea's top attractions. 

Designed to give Korea Tourism Organization valuable insights into global perceptions of Korea's attractiveness as an events destination, the survey invites participants to select preferred Korean travel destinations and activities, as well as rank Asia's premier MICE countries.

Visitors to the page are invited to complete a short survey asking them to select in order of preference two Korean cities and the activities they would like to enjoy in those cities.  A total of eleven Korean cities are available to choose from together with examples of activities which include sightseeing, cultural experiences and tours of popular local tourist attractions.

Entrants are also asked to rank in order of preference their favourite Asian countries for business events and choose from among the prizes offered.  These include the following:

  • One round trip ticket to Korea plus a 5 star hotel voucher in Incheon
    (3days/2nights for one winner)
  • 5 star hotel voucher in Seoul (Twin Room, 3 days/2nights for two winners)
  • $20 Amazon.com Gift Cards (50 winners)

Participation is via the online event page:

The event runs un til 4th December, 2015 with the winners being announced on 11th December, 2015  on the official Korea MICE Bureau homepage:  koreaconvention.org

Winners will be determined by random draw and only one entry per person will be accepted. 

The  complete information is available on the official event page:



The Korea MICE Bureau (KMB) under the auspices of the Korea Tourism Organization aims to establish Korea as a premier destination for tourists, convention delegates and business travellers.
As the government's leading
  MICE agency, the KMB has worked for nearly thirty years to provide a wide range of advice and assistance to those considering hosting meetings in Korea.  It also works closely with organizers, meeting planners and other regional convention bureaux  -Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju/Gyeongnam, Gangwon, Gyeongju and Jeju Island to ensure that every meeting held in Korea is successful as well as memorable.