The Association of National Tourist Offices and Representatives in Korea (ANTOR Korea), a group of representatives of foreign tourism agencies operating in Korea, held a general meeting late last year, and appointed Kim Bo-young, CEO of the Italian Tourism Organization in Korea, as its new chairman.
ANTOR Korea also selected a group of executives who will lead ANTOR Korea for the coming two years until December 2023.
Chairman Kim Bo-young said, "I am grateful to the members who trusted me and entrusted me in difficult times for the entire tourism industry, and on the other hand, I feel a great sense of responsibility."
Noting that the tourism organizations are individually competitive with each other, she said, “However, ANTOR has a greater sense of fellowship than any other organization in the community," adding, "We will strengthen our role as a platform to provide more useful information and benefits in the future."
ANTOR is a non-profit organization launched in 1992 by representatives of major foreign tourism agencies operating in Korea for the purpose of information exchange, friendship, and joint marketing activities among members.