“Croatia is an attractive destination on the market of Korea and other Asian countries. Here we see great potential for growth and our goal is for as many Asian guests as possible to experience the beauties of Croatia. At Uniline, we are continuously developing new markets and services, so we recognized the potential and, in addition to an office in South Korea, opened offices in China and Indonesia. I believe that the result of the visit of colleagues from Korea will be even better cooperation between the tourism industries of Croatia and Korea, from which both countries will benefit.” Boris Žgomba, President of the Management Board of Uniline, pointed out that in addition to the main headquarters in Pula, the company has branches in Zagreb and all important tourist cities in Croatia and in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, China, South Korea and Indonesia. the imminent opening of offices in South America and India. Organizers Fam trip were Uniline and Turkish Airlines with the support of the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian National Tourist Board and local tourist boards. RELATED NEWS: A dozen directors and owners of leading tour operators from South Korea, who also make up the largest share of organized trips to Croatia, stayed in domestic destinations this week. The Korean market is one of our fastest growing emitting tourism markets, which Uniline was the first to recognize and opened an office in Seoul in 2017 with the aim of better cooperation and complete support for guests from the area. As part of the four-day stay, tourist representatives from Korea visited Zagreb, Opatija, Rovinj Rastoke, Plitvice Lakes, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Cavtat and Konavle and explored the natural beauty and rich cultural and gastronomic offer that Croatia is proud of. On that occasion, representatives of Uniline, the leading destination management company in Croatia and the region, presented business opportunities, Croatia’s diverse offer, and talked about new projects and even better promotion of Croatia in the Korean market. THE MOST POPULAR KOREAN TV SHOW IS BEING RECORDED IN CROATIA
The bodies of five-year old Jace Jones, a visitor to Jamaica, and Llewellyn Reid, a 65 year old raft captain were recovered from the Martha Brae River in the northern parish of Trelawny on Thursday afternoon. They both drowned on Tuesday during a rafting excursion.The police report that the search began on Tuesday afternoon, after Jace, who lived in the US state of Massachusetts, fell off the raft during the popular rafting-ride on the river.Jumped into river to safe child Reid, who was piloting the raft, reportedly jumped into the river and managed to rescue the child and placed him on his back.However, while attempting to swim back to the raft, Reid got into difficulties and along with child became submerged.Jace’s two older brothers, who were also on the raft, were later rescued when the vessel drifted to a section of the bank of the river. On Thursday, after hours of searching, a team of local divers found the bodies after they re-surfaced on the water. Were visiting relatives Jace and his brothers were visiting relatives on the island when they went to the popular attraction.Meanwhile, the operator of Rafter’s Village, Johnny Gourzong, described Reid as a very experienced rafter.“This raft captain (Reid) was one of the most experienced. He was a good swimmer ,” he told the Observer newspaper.