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Mongolian officials share Korea's experiences in Local Tourism Development
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Date 2019-02-18 00:00:00 Hit 341

Mongolian officials share Korea's experiences in Local Tourism Development

Mongolian officials share Korea's experiences in Local Tourism Development

Mongolian officials share Korea's experiences in Local Tourism Development

Monday, Februray 18,2019

WANJU-A delegation of 14 governors and senior officials from Mongolia arrived at LOGODI last night and started the training this mornig with orientation given by Director. Shin Soonn-nyo, followed by a welcome event and the first lecture by Prof.Sung Keuk-je on Korean Economic Development.

With the attendance of LOGODI President Mr. Park Jae-min, Director General. Choi Myung-kyu, Director. Shin and LOGODI staffs, Mongolian delegation was warmly welcomed at the opening ceremony.

Mr.Park Jae-min, President of LOGODI, delivered a heartfelt welcome and expressed his wishes that their visit to LOGODI would serve as a great opportunity to share experience in the field of local tourism development and would bring up the idea and vision for the development of Mongolian tourism.

For a week, experts will deliver lectures in line with the requested theme by the Mongolian government, such as, Eco Tourism, Local Tourism Development and Revitalization of Local Economy etc.

Linked with indoor lectures, participants will make a study visit to the local government of Korea and site visits to the successful development & revitalization of tourism places as well as share presentation on cases of Korea and Mongolia.

LOGODI has carried out "Capacity Building Program for Senior Officials from Mongolia" since 2001, which withdrew 221 alumni.
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