Seoul, capital city of Korea, is complete with world-class accommodations, restaurants and services, and remains the top convention destination in Asia. Business visitors will be delighted to experience a beautiful blend of Korean history, culture , and modern landscape whilst enjoying Seoul's strong meeting infrastructure. Seoul regularly hosts diverse events such as high-level meetings such as the G20 Summit and large-scale conventions like the Rotary.
Busan is the second largest city in Korea after Seoul, with beautiful mountains and beaches, and is also the largest logistics port city in Korea. It is the 14th largest convention city in Asia, successfully hosting various types of business events, including high-level meetings, large-scale incentives, and Busan International Film Festival.
Jeju is a world-class resort island located in the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula. The beautiful island is a popular tourist destination not only for Koreans but also for visitors around the world due to its beautiful natural scenery and mild climate. UNESCO designated Jeju as a World Natural Heritage Site in recognition of its outstanding beauty in June 2007, and it is also the most ideal convention infrastructure in Asia with world-class convention infrastructure, services, expertise and many support systems.
Gyeongju is located in Gyeongsangbuk-do, the southeastern part of the Korean Peninsula, and is a historic site city offering a glimpse of Korea's ancient capital. In addition to the ancient history of the Silla Dynasty, the Bomun International Tourist Complex has major convention facility, luxury hotels, theme parks, and leisure sports facilities, making it one of Korea's emerging MICE sites.