The Korea Tourism Organization (President Ahn Young-bae) is holding an event called "Yes Day (an event to take snapshots of wedding snapshots for prospective couples) at tourist attractions in Daegu and North Gyeongsang Province for prospective couples who postponed or canceled their wedding due to the COVID-19.
The six-week event, which began on the 23rd and runs until Nov. 28, will target a total of 72 couples who have selected their stories for the contest, and wedding photography writers will take pictures and give memories of 15 tourist attractions in Daegu and North Gyeongsang Province, including Andong Nakgang Waterway Park, a non-face-to-face tourist destination in the fall season, Daegu's Mount Observatory, and Gyeongju's Donggung and Wolji. The bouquets used for the event were produced at a flower complex in Dong-gu, Daegu, which has been suffering from the aftermath of COVID-19.
The first application (10.14-10.18), which was to recruit 36 couples, was followed by medical staff who postponed the wedding to take care of patients at the Corona site, and foreigners who postponed the wedding because they could not serve their parents abroad. Meanwhile, the second application can be made on Instagram and Facebook of the Daegu-Gyeongbuk branch of the corporation from November 2 to 9.
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"We wanted to give small comfort and special memories to prospective couples who are having a hard time with COVID-19 through this event," said Lee Kwang-soo, head of the Daegu-Gyeongbuk branch of the corporation. "We will also make efforts to make Daegu-Gyeongbuk tourist attractions known as the venue for wedding snapshots, and to promote marketing for foreign tourists such as Taiwan and Vietnam after Corona."