Joel vlogs from Asiana Airlines’ business class on his way home to give you a summary of his Korea journey with the Korea Tourism Organization, and what you can expect from his upcoming video stories from Korea. It was a terrific trip for Joel and 16 other people, and we can’t wait to share with you all of the videos and stories!

Korea Tourism Organization: http://www.visitkorea.or.kr
Asiana Airlines: http://us.flyasiana.com

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  • Joel, I got to agree with you 100%

    Traveling with large group was not easy but we all managed to follow your schedule for 48 hours (non stop activities but worth the time!) and also we had so much fun and enjoyed ourselves in Korea big time!

    Still can’t get over with myself about the trip yet!

    Again, thank you for the opportunity to travel with you and the others as well.

  • Dear sirs,
    Im Deaf person from Serbia and Im very interested in all episodes that you are present. Unfortunately i dont know ASL so it is hard for me to understand. Is it possible to interpret to international signs or to have subtitles ?
    All the Best
    Zoran

  • Joel,

    Like you said, a full trip in Korea is impossible to compress in 48 hours, but I really cherish every moment I had with the wonderful Deaf travelers, you, Asiana representatives, and KTO tour guides. I think I left part of my heart in Korea that I have to go back!! I hope to bring my friends along, too. Beautiful job to you and Tia!!

  • joel,now i see your travel summary and would like to travel to Korea,ha~~i know Korea’s beautiful scenery,because i have seen korea scenery on TV.

  • Wow!! How’s so lucky of Korean having interpreter on the safety video in airplane. My jaw is open. I wish all airplane requires with sign language interpreter on safety video. It’s very important for us to understand. I am proud of Korea supporting Deaf culture. It’s looks no barrier. Thank you for sharing the airplane story. SMILE

  • How’s so lucky of Korean having interpreter on the safety video in airplane. My jaw is open. I wish all airplane requires with sign language interpreter on safety video. It’s very important for us to understand. I am proud of Korea supporting Deaf culture. It’s looks no barrier. Thank you for sharing the airplane story. SMILE

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