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Croatia & Korea Sign Air Services Agreement

kaThe rise in the number of tourists from Korea is set to increase after Croatia and Korea signed an Air Services Agreement (ASA) last week, paving the way for non-stop flights between the two nations…

The ASA agreement, which provides the legal framework for airlines from Korea and Croatia to operate flights between the two countries, was signed after talks between officials from both countries in Dubrovnik last week, The Korea Times said.

When the ASA agreement comes into effect, airlines will be able to operate non-stop flights between Croatia and Korea 7 times a week.

Thanks largely to a popular Korean reality show shot in Croatia, its popularity as a destination has risen dramatically, with over 350% growth in the number of arrivals in the last 3 years. Recently the first ever exclusive Korean hostel in Croatia’s capital opened, as have Korean restaurants in Split and Zagreb.

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