Tourist attractions introduced to participants of K2H overseas training…zealous interests expressed at filming site
2018.12.14(금) 10:15:43 | CNnews ( email@example.com)
A group of 24 people comprising Chinese civil officials and their family members who participated in the K2H training program visited Nonsan on the 13th.
The “K2H program” is an invitation training program in which the Governors Association of Korea invites civil officials from a local government of another country and fosters personnel who can serve a central role during exchanges between the two parties through a 4- to 10-month period of real dispatch service at a local government.
The participants visited Nonsan’s outstanding tourism resources, including Sunshine Land, the Historic Site of General Gyebaek, Tapjeongho Lake and Gwanchoksa Temple, enjoyed Nonsan’s inexpensive but highly efficient killer content and had an opportunity to share their memories at Nonsan with one another. Especially at the open set of “Mr. Sunshine”, a weekend drama aired on tvN, they experienced the great popularity of the drama as well as Hallyu culture that continues to expand to the global market.
In addition, the city expects that, if Nonsan’s unique tourism products are developed by utilizing the nation’s largest military theme park and adding elements of Hallyu culture, more tourists will come from overseas and a significant contribution would be made to the vitalization of the local economy.
A city representative stated, “Through this fam tour, we will do our best to actively promote Nonsan’s fascinating tourism resources abroad to advance as a global tourism city.”
Meanwhile, scenes of “Mr. Sunshine” were filmed at Sunshine Studio inside Sunshine Land, which opened last November in the Yeonmu-eup area, and the drama has been a hit.