"Forbidden" online sales once allowed … CIT LIP is on.
Gradually from 1 year after the last stop in March last year
The industry is stupid … "Korea is excited and expected to go back"
In the afternoon of the 14th, one of China's largest travel agencies, Seet Lip (Chee), a trip to South Korea (left), but all Korean media reports disappeared. Catch lipstick
China's antitrust ban on South Korea, taken over by the Sad system (high altitude defense), has been relieved one step further on 14 July.
A search for group tour products to Korea in Citigrip, China's largest travel agency in the afternoon of the 14th, was looking for goods from various parts of China to Seoul, Gangwon-do and Jeju-do. There were some products that participated as a group from the time of departure from China, and there were some products that went off individually and joined the group in Korea. The Korean media began to report this fact in large numbers, but at 21:00 all of these items had disappeared and the search did not give any results to Korea.
According to a travel industry official, "the city has begun to show group tour products pre-registered in the system since 2:00." However, I feel that I have deleted them all while feeling the burden on Korean media reports. ". Cate Lip does not provide a separate explanation.
Chinese authorities have banned the group tour last March when Sad was introduced in full swing. The government has intensified relations with China, which began with Beijing and Shandong Province in November last year. In May, Hubei Province and Chongqing Province and Shanghai and Jiangsu Province in August. Nevertheless, online sales, cruises, charter trips and Lotte-related products were limited, but this time online sales were temporarily dismissed.
The travel industry reacts dumbly. An official said, "It is also true that we expected the likelihood that Korea will go back again after being overly excited." When the industry was overheated in Beijing in November of November, when a large-scale family tour was planned for the first remedial actions in Beijing and Shandong Province, the authorities reversed the mitigation measures and stopped group tourism.
In the industry there is a feeling that there is hope. Another official said: "It is meaningful to show that it is possible to allow access to the Internet," he said. "If there is a continued relaxed trend while the allowed area is in the meantime, it can be expected to be granted in the future."
While the Chinese authorities did not recognize the ban itself, there are also voices that point out that the existing prohibition measures were not formal written instructions and that the structural constraints were only achieved through oral measures. The Chinese side that can be reversed at any time is opaque and unreasonable from the outset.
Beijing / Kim Woo Hye correspondent [email protected]