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The artistic and sporting festival includes a huge performance of choreography, dance and acrobatics that has been noted in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest event of its kind on earth. The Mass Games performed live in Pyongyang city of North Korea. Image by Jonas Gratzer/LightRocket via Getty Images The Mass Games were held regularly from 2007-2013, but were cancelled in the intervening years. Koryo Tours , the most trusted travel agency organising tours to North Korea, reported on 16 March that the Mass Games were purportedly going to be held again this year for the first time in five years. North Korean army veterans watch an ‘Arrirang Festival mass games display’ at the 150,000-seat Rungnado May Day Stadiumin Pyongyang on July 26, 2013. Image by Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images The agency said in a press release, “We’re hearing word from multiple and different sources within the DPRK that the Mass Games will return in 2018! The specifics aren’t entirely clear yet.” According to the release, 9 September, 2018 is a likely date for the Mass Games to be held, as this marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea). Details of the event have yet to be confirmed, but Koryo Tours says they are confident the games should go ahead based on information “from our people in the know in Pyongyang”. Dancers perform during an ‘Arrirang Festival mass games display’ at the 150,000-seat Rungnado May Day Stadiumin Pyongyang on July 26, 2013.
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Everything that is not a package or group tour is (considered as) FITs,” he said. Lee, who was among the speakers at the ASEAN-Korea Tourism Capacity Building Workshop held here, presented this as part of his lecture on “The Changing Landscape of Travel: The Rise of FITs.” The workshop was sponsored by the ASEAN-Korea Centre headed by Secretary General Lee Hyuk, Department of Tourism, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). It is part of introducing who the Korean tourists are to Palawan travel and tour operators, especially because their arrivals have been increasing since the opening of direct flights in June from Busan and Incheon international airports. Korean FITs are emerging at a tremendously fast rate, which means they are a huge demand in the world travel market that the Philippines needs to supply through companies like Klook, he said. Lee said the Korean presence on social media platforms are quick in increasing online too, but they are mostly on Instagram, where the hashtags for the best travel experiences can be readily searched and viewed. “About a year or two years ago, everybody was on Facebook. Now, nobody uses Facebook anymore. Everybody’s on Instagram, posting daily what to do. Hashtags, they do everything on Instagram,” he said. Lee said online travel is affected by mobile apps and social media, and Koreans are “very, very, very fast in adopting to new technology, using Twitter, Facebook and Instagram yesterday and tomorrow,” and no matter what, Koreans are swift to access them.
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