Glass installation the Gothic Forest by Anthony Manto is heading to South Korea

Prague, June 3 2015 - Antonin Manto, one of the leading czech glass artists is travelling to South Korea. He will present his installation the Gothic forest at the opening ceremony of a roadshow, which aims to show to Korean market Visegrad countries as an interesting travel destination. And also it is a gift for Lee Hyon Seok a general director of the largest korean travel agency Hana Tour.

The Gothic forest, glass installation, designed by Antonin Manto is going to South Korea in June as a part of the roadshow "Discover Central Europe roadshow in Korea 2015.“ The roadshow, which serves as a joint promotional activity of tourist centers of the Visegrad Four, will be in Busan and the following day will move to the capital city of Seoul. Antonin Manto will meet with representatives of three travel agencies, named Mode Tour and Travel Blue Cafe de Europe,which are organizing wedding trips to the Czech Republic.

The Gothic Forest is an artifact, which representing the traditional czech glass art, was created in February 2015 in the free cooperation of Antonin Manto and glassmaker Jiří Pačínk. It was originally designed for an exhibition at the National Museum in Seoul. The installation will be exhibited in cooperation with the CzechTourism at the roadshow in Lotte Hotel Seoul and then ceremonially handed over as a gift to Lee Hyon Seok a general director of the largest korean travel agency Hana Tour.