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This publication defines the components and characteristics of the tourism industry, in order to develop a systems model for international tourism marketing in developing countries, and to apply the model in a case study of South Korea. Key elements of the systems model, which was intended to be...

Author(s)
Hauenschild, G. von
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International, A, 1978, 39, 2, pp p. 1707
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The Kyongju-Bomun Project in Korea is described. Coordinated planning of the tourist development programme is outlined, the plan is examined, the design concept of Bomun lake resort is discussed, and site factors, improvements, administration and promotion are investigated. It is hoped that the...

Author(s)
Kim, S. H.
Citation
Asian Economies, 1980, 32, pp 15-37
Abstract

The object of the seminar organized by WTO/ESCAP was to provide for the exchange of experiences and knowledge of tourism investment and financing, and to jointly study the most effective approaches for creating a favourable investment climate. Five papers were presented by M. Guen, G.E. Lipp, S.N....

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Proceedings of the ESCAP/WTO seminar-cum-workshop on investment and financing of tourism development projects and related infrastructures, Phuket, Thailand, 19-25 February 1980., 1980, pp 112pp.
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Though beginning with an economic objective, the focus of tourism in the Republic of Korea shifted in the 1970s to promoting the nation's image in the rest of the world. The private sector's initial hesitation was overcome in 1969 with the construction of luxury hotels. This particular project is...

Author(s)
Lee, H. C.
Publisher
Asian Productivity Organisation, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Social and economic impact of tourism on the Asian Pacific Region., 1982, pp 229-244
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The results are presented of a 1980 research project on the tourism sector in the Phillippines, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka and Korea. In Asia, the economic benefits of tourism have generally been measured in terms of tourist arrivals and foreign exchange generated. These measurements, however, only...

Author(s)
Pye, E. A.; Lin, T. B.
Publisher
Singapore University Press for International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada, Singapore
Citation
Tourism in Asia: the economic impact., 1983, pp 351pp.
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An analysis is made of the economic impact of tourism on the Korean economy and an assessment made of the desirability of developing the tourism sector. Following a review of tourism in Korea, the relative performance of tourist industries are compared with other export industries, and a detailed...

Author(s)
Song, B. N.; Ahn, C. Y.
Publisher
Singapore University Press, for International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada., Singapore
Citation
Tourism in Asia: the economic impact., 1983, pp 101-171
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Four Spheniscus humboldti, imported from Japan in June 1983 to the Farm-land Zoo in Yongin district, Korea, developed a sudden illness. They became anorexic, depressed, weak and lethargic one week after arrival. 3 of the birds died from 4 to 6 days later. At necropsy, peripheral blood smears showed ...

Author(s)
Bak, U. B.; Park, J. C.
Citation
Korean Journal of Parasitology, 1984, 22, 2, pp 267-272
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Sex tourism in the Korean Republic is big business, bringing in much needed foreign currency, particularly from Japan. In attempt to create a drastic change regarding this type of tourism, the report outlines the conditions, practices, realities and consequences of sex tourism which procures...

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Research Material, Korea Church Women United, 1984, No. 3, pp 56pp.
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Following an outline of the work of the ILO, particularly regarding technical cooperation in the hotel and tourism field, an analysis is made of manpower management to meet the needs of visitors to Korea. The 1988 Olympic Games to be held in Seoul is an expectational event which will require a...

Author(s)
Delpech, S.
Publisher
Hotel and Tourism Branch, International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Citation
Approaches of tourism promotion and efficient facilitation for Seoul Olympics. Provision of quality service and optimum model of manpower supply., 1985, pp 53pp.
Abstract

Europe and the incentive travel market (Berrol, pp.183-191) details the findings of a survey by the European Travel Commission. Europe's tourist attractions (culture, history, scenery), its unique image and the continuing strength of the dollar were cited as strengths, while its expensiveness was...

Author(s)
Berrol, E.; Wynegar, D.; Slattery, J. D.
Publisher
Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Graduate School of Business, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Citation
The battle for market share: strategies in research and marketing. Travel and Tourism Research Association, sixteenth annual conference, the Spa and Sheraton Plaza Hotels, Palm Springs, California, June 9-12, 1985., 1985, pp 183...200

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