Hanjin Tourism signs MOU with National Museum of Korea Civil Service Labor Union


Offer discounts on domestic and overseas package products and air ticket issuance
Expectations such as development of products for visiting the National Museum of Korea for foreigners

Hanjin Tourism has signed a business partnership agreement with the National Museum of Korea Civil Service Labor Union.

The signing ceremony held at the headquarters of Hanjin Tourism on October 27 was attended by Hanjin Tourism CEO Kim Jeong-soo and the National Museum of Korea Civil Service Labor Union branch manager Lim Seok-bin, and they agreed to cooperate so that they could benefit from each other by utilizing the capabilities and resources possessed by each company. did.

The MOU was prepared to provide travel service benefits to civil servants and resident employees of the National Museum of Korea, and plans to offer discounts on Hanjin tourism products and partner activities. Domestic and foreign package products and ticket issuance are provided, and additional services will be reviewed according to the usage status. This service is provided through the Hanjin Tourism website dedicated to the staff of the National Museum of Korea.

An official of the National Museum of Korea said, “I hope that Hanjin Tourism will develop products for foreigners to visit the National Museum of Korea and use it as an opportunity for mutual development.” An official from Hanjin Tourism said, “We expect that many civil servants’ union members of the National Museum of Korea will be able to use Hanjin Tourism’s travel products through this signing ceremony.

Meanwhile, Hanjin Tourism is focusing on customer service and expansion of sales channels, including partnerships with the online personal shopper platform Diones.

Hanjin Tourism CEO Kim Jeong-soo (right) and National Museum of Korea Civil Service Labor Union Director Lim Seok-bin pose for a commemorative photo at the business partnership agreement ceremony on October 27th / Hanjin Tourism

Reporter Lee Seong-gyun [email protected]

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