'Korea, Something More' is the new tourism campaign
New Delhi, Apr 27 (UNI) Encouraged by success of shooting of the first Bollywood film 'Gangster' in South Korea, an upbeat Korean Toursim Organistion hopes tourist arrivals from India will increase manifold during the next few years.
Mahesh Bhatt's new film, which was shot in Korea, is a proof of the increasing desire of Indians to visit his country which offers many attractions, said Korea Tourism Organisation president Jong Min Kin.
Aimed at attracting Indian tourists to the 'Eastern Paradise', the Korea tourism has unveiled an attractive tour package for Indians.
Mr Jong told reporters that about 58,000 Indians visited Korea last year and he expected the number to increase by at least 10 per cent this year.
To boost the industry, the Korea tourism has already conducted road shows in Mumbai and Delhi.
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