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Reporter : Shim Jae-yun
Thu, December 7, 2023 | 22:33
[Provincial News] North Jeolla Province offers 'one card tour pass'
North Jeolla Province is offering a tourist pass for visitors to the province to for admission, parking, lodging, eating and shopping with just one card. Available as of today, the Jeonbuk Tour Pass is similar to the Korea Pass of the National Tourism Corp. and the City Pass of the Seoul Metropolitan Government. Tourists can choose one day pass for 6,900 won ($6), two days for 12,900 won or three days for 18,500 won. The province also provides a one-day ticket for famous tourist destinations such as the Jeonju Hanok Village for 4,200 won. Tourists who purchase the tour pass can take local bu...
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