The Haeparang Trail symbol was created to make an image of values to express the history of the eastern coast and to signify Korea. The symbol consists of three colors: yellow, orange and white.
Detailed routes changed according to the situations in site.
- Needs for long-distance trails depending on the change of tour patterns has continued to increase. : As tour patterns have segmented into dotted and linear types, a long-distance trail came to be needed to increase connections and communication among regions.
- Needs of trail formation to use the eco-friendly tour contents in the eastern area : the area forms beautiful nature and various eco-systems. So it is optimal to form a trail according to its relatively distinct policy course.
- Motivation to stimulate the local tour business and economy in the eastern area : to connect the unique local resources linearly to activate local tour business and to help the income growth of the local community.
|Requested to study the eastern trail construction project planning |
(Korea Tourism Development Institute, Nov. 2009 to Jul. 2010)
|Nov of 2009 to Jul of 2010||Korea Tourism Development Institute|
|“Haeparang Trail” was chosen through a brand name contest |
(Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Aug. 2010)
|Aug, 2010||Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism|
|Develops Haeparang Trail BI and specialized-environment design |
(Nov 2011 to Mar 2011, UDI Design Group)
|Nov of 2010 to Mar of2011||UDI Design Group|
|Operates Haeparang Trail Quest (Dec. 2010 to Feb. 2011, KTCF)||Dec of 2010 to Feb of 2011||Korean Trail and Culture Foundation|
|Re-checks up Haeparang Trail routes (Jul 2011 to Sep 2011, KTCF)||Jul of 2011 to Sep of 2011||Korean Trail and Culture Foundation|
|Appoints and supports Haeparang Stores (Mar 2011 - Aug 2012, KTCF)||Mar of 2011 to Aug of 2012||Korean Trail and Culture Foundation|