and dining facility ever since it hosted world
leaders and their spouses during the Seoul
G20 Summit. Major spaces for gatherings
include a first-floor auditorium with seating for
416, and an outdoor open yard with room for
up to 3,000 standing persons.
A more recent addition to Seoul’s arts
and culture landscape, the spaceship-like
Dongdaemun Design Plaza (ddp) regularly
hosts shows, seminars, performances, and
exhibitions dedicated to the latest trends,
including the annual Seoul Fashion Week.
Major event facilities include two Art Halls
(total of 48,800 square feet), the Design
Exhibition Hall ( 13,000 square feet), and
Green Showroom with rooftop lawn ( 6,140
square feet), among others. Designed by
acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid, the neo-futuristic structure is today one of Seoul’s
most well-known landmarks.
Business events can take full advantage of
Korea’s picturesque south coast at Jinhae
Marine Park, a modern exhibition and
conference space perched upon a small island
off the coast of Changwon. The center is fully-fitted for all kinds of mid-sized conferences
and social events, spaces including a
conference room for 280 in banquet mode.
The adjacent 394-foot-high Solar Tower,
part of a major government solar-energy
initiative, also offers stunning views of the
Alternatively, groups can enjoy fine dining
and a fabulous 360-degree panorama of
Daegu’s glittering nightlife from the revolving
83 Grill restaurant in the city’s iconic E-World
83 Tower. 83 Grill specializes in premium
steaks, while its wine bar offers a selection
of fruits and cheeses to go with its carefully-selected vintages, offering capacity for up to
100 persons. Other tower facilities include an
observatory, ice rink, and VR gaming center.
FUN AND GAMES
For a more adventurous experience, groups
can zipline from the mainland into Namiseom
(aka the Naminara Republic), a resort islet
located within Korea’s winding Hangang
River on the border between Gyeonggi and
Gangwon Province. From there, teams can
gamify Namiseom’s tree-lined walking trails,
rope net bridges, and rental bikes, or hold
meetings and banquets at the Naminara
Hotel. Magic Hall, the largest of the hotel’s
event spaces, can accommodate up to 200
persons in banquet mode.
The Hangang itself can also be a fun party
venue with a Hyundai Cruise, which takes
revelers from downtown Seoul through to the
Yellow Sea via the recently-built Ara Canal.
The company’s cruise ships can host banquets
for up to 250 persons, and dining events can
enjoy all kinds of on-board add-ons, such as
magic shows, concerts, and even fireworks.
Audiovisual equipment is also available for
presentations and other simple business events.
Contact: Melanie Adan, Marketing Manager, Korea MICE Bureau
Destination: Korea • Address: 10, Segye-ro, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do
Phone: +82-33-738-3284 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ziplining to Namiseom Island
Busan Cinema Center
Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul E-World 83 Tower in Daegu