Sydney creative and photographer, Tara Whiteman also known as @TaraMilkTea to share her ‘Little Black Book’ of where to go, what to see and eat in Korea, with Edwina Bartholomew on 26 May at 6PM (AEST). As part of the South Korea ‘Friendship Series’ online event conversations, Tara Whiteman will talk about her last trip to Korea and where to go for the best photos, food and shopping. Register to participate here.
Tara Whiteman is a creative from Sydney and her work is dedicated to documenting her daily lifestyle as Tara Milk Tea. This includes her latest travel adventures, showcased through food, places and people. Tara's images are portrayed through a kaleidoscope of colour, as she seeks out the most beautiful and brightest places around the world.
The South Korea ‘Friendship Series’ is part of the programing to celebrate South Korea’s 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties with Australia this year. Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Sydney Office is hosting a series of conversations with interesting Australians who all share special links to the destination. From sportswomen (Lydia Lassila), popstars (Dami Im) and journalists (Edwina Bartholomew) to influential photographers (Tara Whiteman/@TaraMilkTea), to glean an insider’s perspective of cities like Seoul, Busan and the ski fields of Pyeongchang.
To join the conversation with Tara Whiteman and Edwina Bartholomew on 26 May 2021 register here and as part of KTO’s ‘Unbox Your Colourful Korea’ event, 60 viewers will win a South Korea K-wellness themed gift box (Australian residents only), with one of those lucky people winning a return flight to South Korea to experience this diverse country for themselves.
Watch the past episodes with journalist and television presenter, Edwina Bartholomew and Australian Olympic freestyle skier gold medalist, Lydia Lassila (OAM) here and Australian Singer Songwriter Dami Im, here.
Insook Lee, Director of Korea Tourism Organization Sydney Office said, “Tara’s creative eye really captures the beauty of Korea from the cherry blossoms in Jinhae, the colourful houses of the Gamcheon Culture Village in Busan to the cool cafes of Seoul – we can’t wait to show you Korea through the lens of @TaraMilkTea and show a diverse and beautiful side of Korea”.
For more information on South Korea go to korea21.com.au.
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