If you’re in South Korean capital Seoul, you might have to look elsewhere for a travel agency.
Travel agency Bobby Travel Agency (BTA) is the latest to hit the scene and has taken a gamble on the local market by offering both international and local travel.
Here’s how to find out which one is right for you.
What’s Bobby Travel Agents’ focus?
BTA is based in Seoul and specializes in international travel.
They offer travel packages for US$1,000 and up to 3 nights in a three-star hotel and a breakfast and dinner package for US$.1,300 and up.
It also offers business and leisure packages.
The BTA team are also big supporters of local travel, particularly Korean, and they’re very proud to support Korean businesses like Korean Airlines and Korean Hotels.
The team are known for their Korean-language content and the BTA has the most extensive list of Korean-related content on their website.
What does Bobby Travel offer?
The BTS is based out of Seoul and their focus is on international travel, so the BTS has a huge focus on that aspect.
The company is well known for its content and extensive travel packages, and it has a great reputation in South East Asia for offering good quality accommodation and travel packages.
Their most popular trip is the Seoul-Pyeongtaek International Airport Tour, which has a range of accommodation packages starting from US$500 and up, and the cheapest one is just US$150 per person.
Where is Bobby Travel located?
Bobby Travel is based on the same premises as Bobby Travel, in Seoul, South Korea.
Their website has links to other BTS-linked sites including Busan, Daejeon, and Busan International Airport.
They also have a lot of content on the Korean travel agency websites, including a trip planner for Korean destinations in Seoul.
What are the pricing levels?
The cheapest one you can find is US$950, but the BETA package starts at US$900.
If you want to book a longer or more expensive itinerary, you’ll pay up to US$3000 for a trip that includes hotels and flights to Seoul.
For example, a US$2,400 trip in Seoul would include US$600-US$700-per night accommodations.
Do the BOTS charge any fees?
All Bobby Travel agents in South America and beyond are members of the Travel Agents Alliance (TA).
The TA is a global alliance of travel agents that offer travel, accommodation, and other services to their members, and Bobby Travel has been a member for nearly 20 years.
In 2017, the TA launched its first partnership with a South American travel agency called Blue Water, which includes travel packages from $US50 to $US1,100 per person and services including booking travel agencies, hotel reservations, and meals for a maximum of three people.
The TA also works with Korean travel agencies in the US and South Korea, including the Korean Hotel Association and Korean Airlines.
The TBAs content is also shared widely, and we’ve seen that the BTF offers a great deal of content to help their members find the right travel agent.
Do they offer any other types of travel?
BTS also has a lot more content available for members to look at, but they also offer international and national packages for different regions of the world.
For South Korea and Japan, they offer three international packages ranging from US $2,600 to US $4,500 per person with an additional one for Japan.
For Thailand, they also have packages ranging between US$7,000 to US’$11,000 per person, but these packages only cover the cost of the trip.
In South America, BTS offers three international travel packages ranging in price from US$,5,000-US$,25,000, including US$5,600 per person for a one-night stay in a hotel.
Which travel agency is best for me?
If you’d like to book travel to South Korea or Japan, the BTBAs travel agency options are the most important, but there are other options out there.
The best option is BTS for South Korea based on their global focus.
For Japan, Bobby Travel offers a range, from US,500-US,800 per person in Seoul or a US,300-US,, for a three to five-night accommodation.
For international travel to Japan, BTBA offers packages ranging up to three times the price of the international package.
For a one to three-night hotel stay in Tokyo, BTA offers packages from US$.2,000-$3,000 for a two-night, two-star, three-room stay in an upscale hotel.
For accommodation in Korea, B TBA offers the most comprehensive list of options in terms of