Jeollanam-do resumes tour bus tour around Namdo on the 8th

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Jeollanam-do announced that it will resume operation of the Jeollanam-do touristic circular bus, which was temporarily suspended in July due to COVID-19 quarantine guidelines, from the 8th.

The resuming Namdo One-Round Course is mainly composed of tourist attractions in Jeollanam-do that are safe to travel.

It passes through Suncheon Bay National Garden, Yeosu Jangdo, Shinan Purple Bridge, Gurye Sansuyushimokji, Gwangyang Jeonnam Provincial Art Museum, Boseong Tea Plantation, Jangheung Cypress Woodland, and Naju National Museum, which are representative safe tourist spots.

Hampyeong X Park, where Hampyeong Republic of Korea National Festival is held, is visited once a day from the 8th to the 21st to celebrate the festival period.

On the second Wednesday of every month, wheelchair lift buses are operated for products from Boseong and Suncheon without obstacles for the disadvantaged in tourism.

In addition, a circular bus linked with KTX will be operated every Friday and Saturday starting from the 19th so that tourists from the metropolitan area can freely stay and tour in the area.

The circular Namdo Circle is designed to depart Yongsan Station on Friday morning, take the KTX to Naju Station, and take the Namdo Circle to Naju, Jangheung, Gangjin, Wando, Yeongam, Haenam, and Jindo for one night and two days of free travel.

This circular product is a win-win cooperation model for the tourism industry in which 8 travel centers nationwide and the relevant local governments cooperate with each other to attract customers and promote marketing, etc. am.

As the COVID-19 situation continues, the number of passengers in a vehicle should be limited to 20, and masks must be worn at all times. In addition, when boarding a vehicle, thoroughly follow the quarantine rules, such as writing a list, measuring body temperature, and sanitizing hands, and disinfecting and ventilating the vehicle before and after operation.

Reservations for the Namdo Wheel can be made through the website ( or the Kumho Express Namdo Hanwheel Call Center (062-360-8502), and telephone consultations are available from 9 am to 5 pm on weekdays.

Along with the resumption of operation, various events have been prepared, such as revitalizing the operation of the Namdo Tour, an event to thank regular customers more than 3 times for passengers, and gifting of surprise gifts.

Kim Young-shin, director of the Tourism, Culture and Sports Bureau of Jeollanam-do, said, “We have planned various products to relieve the frustration caused by the prolonged COVID-19.

Reporter Jeon Se-ri [email protected]

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