South Korea's Jeju Island anticipates a significant increase in international tourists in 2024 due to expanded air and sea connections.
148 international flights per week are expected in January next year, a rise from just 20 during the 2022 winter season.
China’s Spring Airlines and other carriers are adding multiple weekly flights to and from various Chinese cities. Chartered flights to cities in China and Taiwan are set to resume by March next year.
Cruise tourism is also set to rebound with 204 trips planned for next year, more than double this year's count. In 2023, Jeju saw a substantial increase in foreign visitors compared to the previous year.
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