Three Thousand Workers to be Located to Make Safer Tourist Attractions

Date Mar 14, 2022

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Minister HWANG Hee, MCST) will locate three thousand (3,000) workers from the tourism industry, including those who are on leave or unemployed due to COVID-19, as a supplementary staff to make a safer environment at the tourist attractions. MCST has developed this plan to strengthen quarantine measures in tourism spots and to prepare the situation when there will be increased number of people in the tourist attractions after the pandemic peak has passed. Additional staff will be doing preventive measures during this challenging time and providing safer places for people to visit in the post COVID-era.

MCST took initiative of this project to further strengthen quarantine and provide safer environment, during the peak of the pandemic and challenging time especially in the tourism industry.

Those who want to work on site will be recruited based on the demand submitted by the each regional districts. Those who are eligible to take part as the staff will be the ones who are unemployed or on leave in the tourism industry, such as tourism interpreters. The ministry hopes that this supplementary job creation project will be able to revitalize the tourism industry during the difficult times.