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International Tourists `Attitude to Theme Park Development of Busan
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 Title & Authors
International Tourists `Attitude to Theme Park Development of Busan
Hwang, Young-Woo; Yhang, Wii-Joo;
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 Abstract
A theme park is a tourism destination attracting a lot of tourists. Many local authorities establish theme parks within their own territory. Busan Metropolitan City tries to host an attractive theme park, and to make the city known as the tourism destination for 21st century. The purpose of this paper is to suggest a policy and management strategy of theme park based on questionnaire analysis for international tourists visiting Busan. First, it is needed to supply low land price to reduce construction cost and to attract investors from the public and private sectors. Second, the theme park has to have attractive themes and new events for repeaters. Third, infra structures related to the theme parks should be provided for the easy accessibility. Finally more emphasis should be placed on public relation and service education for employees.
 Keywords
Theme Park;Attitude;International Tourist;
 Language
English
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