The Beginning of Samcheok Trip, 2022 Samcheok City Tour

Samcheok City will resume the 2022 Samcheok City Tour from October 1 to meet various demands of tourists at the same time as the daily recovery.

As a result, marine rail bikes and Daegeumgul Cave, major tourist destinations in Samcheok, will be available at once on Samcheok City Tour without prior reservations.

Samcheok City Tour runs once a day from October to November, except for holidays for tourist attractions.

It is a course that rides at Jukseoru, Samcheok Bus Terminal, and Sol Beach Samcheok, and returns after visiting Marine Rail Bike → Samcheok Central Market & Youth Mall Market Tour, and Free Chinese Food → Daegeumgul Cave.

To use the city tour bus, you can make a reservation three days before departure on the Samcheok City Tour website and deposit the fee into a virtual account.

However, only the remaining seats are available on-site.

Samcheok City Tour product consists of Samcheok’s main tourist attractions as a theme and operates them in a way that tourists join Samcheok’s cultural and tourism commentators until the end of the trip, providing useful and fun explanations of Samcheok’s tourist attractions.

An official from Samcheok City said, “I hope you enjoy a special trip with your family, friends, and lovers in the fall of October,” adding, “We will do our best to help tourists travel comfortably and safely in their daily lives.”

Dividing personal credit card usage by consumption type alone, payments in the travel, restaurant, entertainment culture, and e-commerce sectors surged 58.4%, 20.0%, 17.3%, and 16.8%, respectively, in a year. On the other hand, payments related to automobiles (-8.6%) and furniture and home appliances (-6.1%) rather decreased.

Dividing the amount of intervention, corporate credit, and check card payments by type, the increase rate of real card payments (1.347 trillion won) was only 5.9% while payments through mobile devices (smartphones) and PCs (average 1.27 trillion won per day) increased by 12.6%. 제주도 여행

Non-face-to-face payments accounted for 40.7% of all payments as of the second quarter, and 45.1% of payments through mobile devices and PCs were made using card-based simple payment services.