See Korea Next Campaign


have you been to korea?

Traverse were delighted to work with Korea to help spread the word about why this incredible destination should be on the first place on your list to travel to.
Using the hashtag #SeeKoreaNext the project highlighted Korea as a destination to think about traveling to next, when it is safe to do so.
Traverse worked with content creators to produce content to tell the world why Korea should be the next place to visit when the time is right. 

Covering Korea's incredible culture, history, cities, festivals and more we tasked content creators with publishing beautiful stories and crafting inspiring stories that they could share with their audiences.

An Evening with Korea

Traverse and the Korean Tourism Organisation hosted a special virtual night that included a delicious cook-along, food photography class and a Korean-themed quiz.

Attendees were encouraged to post Instagram Stories about the event as well as choosing a Korea Zoom virtual background for the online event. 

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