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Zagreb Wins Korean Tourism Award

The Zagreb Tourist Board has won a Best Tourism Publicity Award for the Best Appearance at the recent Korean Travel Fair (KOTFA) in Seoul.

The Zagreb Tourist Board has been extremely active in far east markets over the last few years, and the work has paid off. From January to May this year Korean tourists visiting the Croatian capital grew 36% from the same period last year. There were three charter flights arriving in Zagreb from Seoul in the month of May alone. Zagreb Tourist Board have even produced a special film about Koreans in Zagreb.

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