The new character of Odii
Let's check out "Odingi"
"Odii" in Korean means mulberry, a type of berries (or fruits) that grows on a mulberry tree. The name of "Odii" comes from the rough surface of the mulberry and it is said that Koreans have planted a lot of mulberry trees around houses and backyards in the old days. Maybe that's why we can see mulberries everywhere in Korea.
One windy day, the little Odingi fell from the mulberry tree. He was a travel lover who was curious about every nook and cranny of Korea. He became the travel master after he has grown up and started travelling with the goal of travelling all over the country.
Oding-i/e, the mascot of Korea Tourism Organization. The Korean travel with your travel buddy "Odingi". If you see Oding-i/e before or during your trip, remember to check Odii out.ⓒKorea Tourism Organization