‘Playing Law’ Announces ‘Oasis Special’ Summer Exhibition for Vacation Season

By So Yeon Kim

‘Playing Law,’ operated by Baba Ground, has announced the launch of a ‘summer special exhibition, Oasis Special,’ catering to the entire summer vacation season.

The first offering in the Oasis Special lineup is the selection of the top 15 rural trips for 4060 in 2023, following the success of last year’s popular ‘Local Travel Season 1,’ curated by the Rural Development Administration. This selection features a ‘zero fatigue’ healing package that encompasses meals, accommodation, and experiential activities. The chosen destinations include rural education farms, farm restaurants, and dining and experience establishments fostered by rural promotion organizations across the nation, boasting high levels of visitor satisfaction.

Among the 15 selected destinations are Jayland in Pocheon, Gyeonggi Province; ‘Field Flower Letter’ in Gangneung, Gangwon-do; ‘Vegetarian Healing Farm’ in Yeongwol; ‘Jangpungi Experience School’ in Hongcheon, Chungbuk; ‘Yegreen’ in Chungju; ‘Chupung Ryung Deer Farm’ in Yeongdong; ‘Yedang Big House’ in Dangjin; ‘Sunseong Royal Family Village’ in Wanju, Jeonbuk; ‘Two Hundred Million Happiness Dream Village’ in Jangheung, Jeollanam-do; ‘Jangheung Yedawon’ in Hampyeong; ‘Gallery Haru’ in Gyeongsan, Gyeongbuk-do; ‘Wind Sunshine Farm’ in Qingdao; ‘Dreaming Workshop’ in Jinju, Gyeongnam-do; ‘Mulsarang Rural Education Farm’ in Gwangju Metropolitan City; and ‘Muryeongsan Bandipyeong Village’ in Gwangju Metropolitan City.

The second feature of Oasis Special focuses on the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs’ selection of 15 wellness trips that highlight regions renowned for their exceptional flavors. Throughout July, there will be a discount of KRW 50,000 on weekdays and KRW 30,000 on weekends, courtesy of a subsidy from the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.

The 15 chosen destinations for the wellness trips are ‘Salt River Village’ in Gangneung, Gangwon-do; ‘Anbande Jogwang Farm’ in Gangneung, Gangwon-do; ‘Mowol’ in Wonju; ‘Hwangto Gudul Village’ in Pyeongchang, Pyeongchang; ‘Water Love Education Farm’ in Jinju, Gyeongnam; Geumhyang Tea Garden in Hadong; ‘Gensel’ in Gyeongju, Gyeongbuk; ‘Agricultural Company Corporation Zhuan’ in Qingdao; ‘Thousand Cedar Forest’ in Gurye, Jeollanam-do; ‘Eco Wanggok’ in Naju; ‘Wild Bird Fence’ in Muan; ‘Dolmen Village’ in Hwasun; ‘Togul Fermentation Farm’ in Gochang, Jeonbuk; ‘Eoam Folk Village’ in Asan, Chungnam; and ‘Geumbongsan Farm’ in Chungju, Chungbuk.

Heo Jung, CEO of Baba Ground, stated, “While travel is important, returning to our daily routines is equally vital. With this in mind, we have focused on organizing fatigue-free trips and have also prepared refreshing benefits to help beat the summer heat.”

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