Accessible South Korea

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Hyunjung Park

Hyunjung Park and Chirstian park

What happens when you put together an anthropologist (Christian Park), a journalist (Hyunjung Park), the owner of South Korea's only specialized Inclusive Outbound Tourism agency (Ho Sug Park), and the editor of the Rolling Rains Report "fresh" from a 12 hour flight SFO-ICN (San Francisco - Incheon Airport Seoul, South Korea)?

Well, since the flight included the outstanding attention to detail supplied by Singapore Airlines - and the entourage in Seoul was gracious enough not to be irked by a delayed arrival - the result was an interview full of smiles, laughs, and interesting questions.


Watch for Ms. Hyunjung Park's piece in the travel section of The Hankyoreh.

Ho-Sug-Park


South Korea's Accessible Travel Pioneer, Ho Sug Park.

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