Gangwon Land announced on the 11th that it has signed a business agreement with the Korea Tourism Organization to jointly respond to local extinction by revitalizing tourism in abandoned mines.
The main contents of the agreement include promoting the digital tourism resident card project, discovering tourism contents in abandoned mines, developing tourism activation programs in abandoned mines, and exchanging tourism big data to strengthen tourism competitiveness in abandoned mines.
The digital tourism resident card is an honorary resident card that can receive discounts at tourist facilities and is expected to contribute to revitalizing the local economy.
Kangwon Land has decided to give digital tourists a 30% discount on the use of tourist gondolas, admission to Waterworld, and rental of ski lifts and equipment.
Lee Sam-gul, CEO of Gangwon Land, said, "There are studies that show that the influx of 41.7 tourists replaces the decrease in consumption per resident population," adding, "We will contribute to the expansion of the local population and economic revitalization by utilizing the infrastructure and network of both institutions."
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