See Korea Next Campaign


have you been to korea?

Traverse are delighted to be working with Korea to help spread the word about why this incredible destination should be on the first place on your list to travel to.

Do you have amazing photos from Suwon? An incredible story from Busan? Or maybe you found the best bars and cafes in Seoul?
Korea is waiting for a safe and healthy world where they can welcome visitors, why not think about putting Korea as your place to see next? #SeeKoreaNext
We're looking for talented content creators to help us tell the world why Korea should be the next place to visit when you’re ready for long distance travel again. 

If you feel you have great photos and stories that you can share in order to help spread the word as to why you should #SeeKoreaNext, then we'd love to hear from you. Ideally we’re looking for a range of posts that cover Korea’s incredible culture, history, cities, festivals and more.

How Do I Get Involved?

We have a few ways in which you can get involved; posting to Instagram, creating an original blog post and refreshing and republishing an existing post. Creators will also be able to submit a combination of these options or do more than one of each.

So if you have been to Korea and feel you have some amazing content you can published or a post that could be shared again, then simply send us your details by clicking on the apply button on the right.
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To apply for this content only campaign, click on the button below.


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