The following is a translated summary of a report from the local press. It has been edited for clarity, including the addition of links and information needed for readers unfamiliar with Jeju. — Ed.

Jeju Special Self-Governing Province and the Jeju Tourism Organization have combined resources to open a tourism information center in Seoul. Named Dabora Gwan, the center is located at the National Assembly Station on the Seoul Subway Line No. 9. Around 50 people attended the April 12 opening ceremony including Jeju Assemblymen and VIPs, as well as Jeju people now living in Seoul.

The center is open between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. and has the stated aim of promoting tourism to Jeju and raising awareness of the island’s World Natural Heritage sites.  — Halla Ilbo

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