Outlining Korea’s irresistible charm, Korea Tourism Organisation released a new guide titled Korea, Inspiring Meetings. The brochure details destinations in Korea to inspire meetings organisers, as well as highlighting the world class infrastructure, inspiring pre and post tours and entertainment and of course the growing popularity of Korean cuisine all over the world.
Korea, Inpiring Meetings guide is the new face of destination Korea’s irresistible charm.
Korea, a rising trendsetter in business, fashion, beauty and entertainment has been fully recognised as a business hub in northeast Asia with easy access and the most advanced infrastructure.
Korea has nine major convention centres in major cities throughout Korea including Seoul and Jeju Island off the southern coast of Korea. Easy access to the country as well as convenient transportation such as the KTX Express train service allows connecting between major cities within a two hour range of Seoul, the capital.
A bird’s eye view of Samseongdong highlighting Korea as an increasingly popular business hub in northeast Asia.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the remarkable cultural heritage and vibrant nature of Korea. Along with the healthy cuisine visitors can join in activities such as learning how to make traditional Korean ceramics, experience a stay in a Hanok, a traditional Korean house, join a taekwondo training program, experience oriental medical treatments or even spend a night meditating with monks in a Korea Buddhist temple.
Korea also offers a wide variety of shopping opportunities; arcades, department stores, duty-free stores, outdoor markets and for those who have no time to shop during the day, all night shopping is a speciality of Korea. At Dongdaemun you can shop all night till 5.30am in the morning. Live theatre options are wide and varied including popular shows loved by tourists to Seoul like Nanta and Jump. Traditional performances of music and dance can be enjoyed at places like Korea House and the Jeongdong Theatre.
To obtain a copy of the full colour brochure Korea, Inspiring Meetings as well as a complimentary DVD ‘Inspiring Odyssey’ contact the Sydney office of Korea Tourism Organization Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 02 9252 4147/8
For more detailed information or to contact the Korea MICE Bureau in Seoul visit the Korea MICE on http://k-mice.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/