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Clayarch gimhae museum
The Clayarch Gimhae Musuem specializes in architectural ceramics and the museum structure itself is a piece of art covered by 5,000 tiles of Fired Painting by the artist Shin Sang-ho. It is located in Gimhae which was the center of ceramic production during the ancient Gaya kingdom and regarded by the Japanese as the home of the tea cup. The museum covers a total area of 11,814.39㎡, consisting of the exhibition space Dome House and Cubic House, along with the residency area called Ceramic Creative Center that is devoted to visits and exchanges by Korean and overseas artists. Other diverse educational programs are offered at Art Kitchen and Ceramic Experience Hall, while large events and performances can be staged at the Dome House front garden and grassy lawn plaza. Furthermore, the audiovisual room is equipped with various equipment for staging international symposiums and events. The Clayarch Tower, Art Shelter, and outdoor garden with sculptures provide a picturesque and natural setting for various occasions, including local and international events, exhibits, training sessions, and symposiums.
Gyeongju National Museum
Gyeongju National Museum offers the most extensive introduction to cultural artifacts from the Sillla Dynasty. Permanent exhibitions are displayed in four indoor halls (Silla History Gallery, Silla Art Gallery, Wolji Gallery, and Treasury of the Silla Millenium) and an outdoor space, where visitors can learn about the growth of the kingdom and its rich culture. National treasures and other priceless artifacts spanning 1,000 years of the dynasty are also on display. Special exhibitions centering on various themes offer a diverse wealth of attractions.
Sunshine Studio in Nonsan City is Korea’s first drama theme park jointly run by private and public sectors. The 17,830 - square meter space recreates early twentieth century Seoul with rows of period houses and buildings. Originally established as a set of 2018 hit drama ‘Mister Sunshine,’ it has fast become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Chungcheongnam-do Province, attracting some 410,000 visitors. Providing unmatched hospitality and service in a unique turn-of-the century setting, the venue will be perfect for all K-drama enthusiasts and those looking to add flair to their events.
THE INDEPENDENCE HALL OF KOREA
The Independence Hall of Korea is the only cultural space in the country that offers visitors a fascinating combination of the country’s history, nature, and culture, with a focus on Korea’s successful fight for independence from Japan. It boasts seven spacious exhibition halls and other facilities featuring historical sculptures including a park with remnants of the dismantled building that housed the Japanese Government-General. Other attractions, such as the Maple Tree Path, Mugunghwa Theme Park, and White Lotus Pond make the most of the stunning natural surroundings. Equipped with a convention hall, auditorium, and meeting rooms for various academic symposiums, the grounds also feature outdoor spaces for large exhibitions and expositions.
Tri-Bowl in Songdo, Incheon is a multi-complex culture and arts center renowned for its distinctive architecture. Breaking away from conventional building design, it has a curved floor made up of three bowl-shaped spaces with a flat roof. Visitors must cross over a bridge that spans over a pool of water to get to the building which houses an arena-type concert hall (822 m2) and multi-purpose hall (221 m2). The iconic Tri Bowl is ideal for anyone looking for a creative and inspiring venue for a wide range of events, exhibitions, and occasions.
DAEGU ART FACTORY
Daegu Art Factory is the outcome of an urban renewal project commemorating the city’s industrial background. The warehouse of a cigarette factory built in 1949 was converted into an art space in the middle of old Daegu. The spacious facilities, covering five floors, have contributed to expanding the city’s art infrastructure, providing a space for artistic creation and experimentation. It is also a favorite destination with locals and visitors alike who come to enjoy culture and the arts in a unique space.
KOREA MANHWA CONTENTS AGENCY
Korea Manhwa Contents Agency or KOMANCO was recognized by the Korean Architecture Awards for its striking building and exterior. The extensive list of facilities makes it ideal for hosting diverse and large conferences, exhibitions, screenings as well as performances. KOMANCO boasts a convenient transportation network with Incheon International Airport and Gwangmyeong KTX station just 30 minutes away, and the subway station a mere three-minute walk away. Tourism and accommodation options are also plentiful and close by.
The Secret Garden, located within the Spirited Garden, is a popular location for corporate meetings, international conferences, events, and gala dinners. It provides the perfect setting for an elegant garden party amid the unique landscape of Jejudo Island. The grassy plaza is spacious enough to host an outdoor dinner for 300 guests, while a traditional octagonal pavilion, two waterfalls and a pond provide decorative elements. Additional facilities include an outdoor stage and garden with lighting for nighttime events, catering area, and restrooms. A traditional Jeju-style stonewall surrounding the entire garden shields guests from gusty winds and offers privacy as well as security. During rainy weather, canopy tents may be pitched.
Haslla Art World
Haslla Art World is a seaside art museum, cafe, and hotel complex set in a scenic sculpture park. It is located at the foot of Gwaebangsan Mountain near Jeongdongjin, a picturesque spot on the east coast province of Gangwon-do. Founded by local artist Choi Ok-yeoung, the space was designed to bring together the natural beauty of Gangwon with an array of contemporary artworks that defy the notion that modern art is difficult. This artistic green space provides a perfect setting where visitors can enjoy art and feel rejuvenated.
Gangneung Ojuk Hanok Village
The Gangneung Ojuk Hanok Village is a complex of modernized hanok lodgings designed to complement the surrounding environment. The line of the tiled roof on hanok buildings resembles the shape of a mountain ridge and the eves are slightly raised to the sky, creating a flexible and open space that embodies the aesthetics of traditional architecture. The venue offers guests a unique chance to experience traditional lodgings as well as enjoy outdoor banquets and performances. Also located within a 10-minute drive (5 km radius) from the village, along the scenic coastal road, are hotels with convention facilities (Lakai Sandpine, Skybay Hotel Gyeongpo, Seamarq, St. John’s) , major exhibition and event venues (Gangneung Olympic Park, e-Zen) and Gangneung Art Center. In addition, the nearby Gangneung Oval used for the speed skating competitions at the 2018 Winter Olympics is being transformed into a compound with capabilities to host international conferences and meetings. Meanwhile, the Village will soon be turned into an exclusive experience complex that makes use of abundant outdoor spaces to feature popular traditional culture programs. Currently, it runs permanent civic participation programs and special programs aimed at tourists. Meanwhile, the city of Gangneung is enhancing visitor experience and its reputation as the preferred MICE and tourism destination, especially for tourists from Southeast and Northeast Asian countries. It has improved accessibility by launching low-cost carrier flights and a high-speed train route while continuing to offer winter sports activities throughout the year.
WONJU HANJI THEME PARK
Located in Wonju, Gangwon-do Province, the home of rainbow colored traditional hanji papers, the Wonju Hanji Theme Park offers a wide variety of options for any event. It features meeting rooms and spacious outdoor spaces that can accommodate large groups. Guests can meet, mingle and unwind in a lush paper mulberry forest. Here, you can learn everything about hanji including its origin and history, through exhibitions, education, activity programs, and the annual Hanji Festival.
Museum DAH in Busan is Korea’s first high-resolution LED display museum dedicated to digital media art. Prior to COVID-19, the museum was popular among students and tourists as well as foreigners. As a unique MICE Venue, it was in high demand from corporations and government agencies seeking a truly special space to host their events. Breaking the preconceived notion that art is difficult and for the select few, the museum enables visitors an interactive experience that allows them to understand that everyday objects can be considered art. Located in Centum City in Haeundae Beach, one of Korea’s most popular beaches and shopping districts, the 2,314-square meter two-story museum is made up of 80 million LED an LCD displays.
Nodeul Island is located in the center of the Hangangdaegyo Bridge which connects Dongjak-gu and Yongsan-gu. Following years of collaborative planning between experts and citizens over its development, the islet was unveiled in September of 2019 as a multipurpose cultural space. Main facilities include the Nodeul Live House, Nodeul Bookstore, Music Lounge Ryu as well as Multi Hall “Soop” (Forest) which host various performances and events on a monthly basis. Additionally, visitors can relax and enjoy diverse lifestyle experiences at &Table, Plant Atelier, Space 445, Record Box Atelier, and a bicycle cafe. Nodeul Island provides an oasis of nature in harmony with surrounding structures. With its easy accessibility, it is ideal for staging both international conferences and cultural events such as concerts and festivals.
Illuminating the history and present conditions of the Demilitarized Zone, the DMZ Museum was established in the hopes of bringing peace to the Korean peninsula. The museum is located in the Civilian Control Zone (CCZ) at the northern-most end of Korea in Goseong, Gangwon Province. Inside the museum, various artifacts from before and after the Korean War are on display. The exhibits easily explain the historic significance and meaning of the DMZ and the line of truce that were born out of the Armistice Agreement. Outside, sculptures andl installations inspired by the actual barbed-wire fences used on the line of truce, as well as tanks, self-propelled guns, psychological warfare equipment, and the theme of peace are on display. Visitors can also enjoy walks on the trail and unwind at the rest area. The main conference hall and four meeting rooms in the Multi-purpose Center can host academic events, international conferences and seminars. Given the venue’s historic and geographical symbolism, international conferences and events on the subjects of peace, unification, and ecology are often organized here.
Gwangmyeong Cave is an abandoned mine that has been transformed in to a fun and imaginative tourist attraction. The cave, once the site of forced labor during colonial times, was abandoned for 40 years. It was restored to honor the cave’s history and to open up a new chapter in its future. A 2 km trail begins on the underground floor and leads up to the first floor with some 50 themed attractions along the way, including Light Space, Gold Falls, Wine Cave, Wine Cafe, and the Cave Arts Center.
Asia Culture Center
The ACC is an international artistic institution and space for cultural exchange where creators of diverse ethnicities can come together and freely exchange ideas. It is comprised of five large complex cultural spaces and an outdoor square that can host various exhibitions, performances, educational events, and international conferences.
National Museum of Korea
The National Museum of Korea is Korea's largest museum exhibiting Korea's history from prehistoric times to the 20th century. The museum, featuring a simple yet elegant, modern reinterpretation of Korea's traditional architectural spirit, is nestled among mountains, forests, ponds, and other elements of nature. The museum exhibits over 120,000 artifacts and relics in its 6 permanent exhibition halls, and it also has special exhibition halls and a Children's Museum along with various informational and convenience facilities for both domestic and international guests. There are spaces available for international symposiums or various events. The auditorium seats 416 persons while the smaller conference hall seats 214. There are lecture halls available as well, which seat 100 persons, making them perfect for various conferences and seminars. On site restaurants also have spaces for smaller presentations, to allow guests to enjoy meetings over a meal. To the north lies Namsan Mountain, and to the south is an open square that opens out to a lovely pond, which can also host larger events.
Nurimaru APEC House
Surrounded by lush camellia trees and pine forests, the venue which hosted the 13th APEC Summit in 2005 is known for its natural scenery. Since the summit, Nurimaru has become a popular conference destination and the conference room where the APEC Leaders’ Meeting was held has been preserved to commemorate the summit.
The Bay 101
The Bay 101 is a multi-purpose arts and culture space, located at the entrance to the Dongbaekseom Island by Haeundae Beach. It offers a wide range of facilities including a yachting club where visitors can enjoy beautiful sea on amazing yachts, restaurants and cafes that offer delicious meals and coffee as well as a souvenir shop selling Busan's finest specialties. Organizers can choose a space that best fits their needs from Marine Hall that can accommodate about 180 people to Gallery Hall suitable for large-scale exhibitions and events and Roof 101, where outdoor events can be hosted. The Bay 101 boasts the finest views of Busan's nightscapes. At night, visitors can witness the sun setting over the sea and enjoy the nighttime skyline of the city with its thousands of sparkling lights.
Oil Tank Culture Park
The Oil Tank Culture Park is Seoul’s foremost urban regeneration landmark. Before being transformed into a cultural space, it was an oil depot that stored 69.07 million liters of oil and had been off limits to the general public for 41 years. In 2014, the place was reborn into an eco-friendly, complex cultural space with its original spatial properties of oil tanks intact. The five tanks turned into performance venues, exhibition halls, and a multi-purpose pavilion. A newly-built tank became a community center with a cafeteria, while the large outdoor space, which was once used as a parking lot, is now being used as a culture plaza. Most of the spaces within the Park are versatile and can be used for various purposes including talk concerts, exhibitions and performances. The 140,000 ㎡-wide open field, that is the size of 22 soccer stadiums, can host large-scale events, festivals and workshops.
Bonte means "inherent form", and the museum was established to explore the intrinsic beauty of humankind. It is located on Jeju-do, the picturesque island known for its stunning natural environment. The museum regularly holds special exhibitions on nature, architecture, and traditional culture as well as contemporary art from international and domestic artists. The museum building was designed by Tadao Ando, world renowned architect and winner of the 1995 Pritzker Prize. The exposed marble-effect concrete and the harmony of light and water are signature features of the structure which is heralded as one of Ando's masterpieces. The museum also has an elegant outdoor garden and exhibition hall used to host conferences and events. The spacious garden in particular offers visitors a scenic place from which they can enjoy the island’s warm sunshine and ocean breeze. The music hall, located inside the museum, can host smaller gatherings or seminars.
Alpensia Ski Jumping Center
Created as a comprehensive resort complex to host 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games, Alpensia, now in its 10th year, features a convention center ideal for hosting international conferences. Unique events can be held at the ski jumping center’s observation deck while larger-scale meetings can be organized at the grass field.
Busan Cinema Center
The Busan Cinema Center is the city's leading film cultural complex where visitors can enjoy exhibitions, movies, performances, and other cultural programs. The home to the Busan International Film Festival or BIFF, Asia's premier film festival and the venue for many international events, the center also houses cinemas that show art, classic and popular films. Creating a vibrant landmark within the urban landscape, the center is comprised of three buildings (BIFF Hill, Double Con, Cine Mountain) and boasts the longest cantilever roof (Big Roof) in the world that stretches across Cine Mountain and BIFF Hill. The outdoor theater, a major event venue, is located under the roof. At night, the LED lights installed on the Big Roof provide rainbow of colors to create dazzling night scene. The outdoor theater can seat up to 6,000 people, and features a large sreen and 5.1 channel surround sound stereo speakers, making it ideal for larger events.
Royal Room of King
Guests are welcomed like royalty during their stay at the Royal Room of King. Located near Jeongju Hanok Village, the premier hanok-style hotel is equipped with modern-day conveniences and is situated in a quiet location surrounded by mountains. Capable of accommodating 232 guests, the 64-room hotel includes a modern convention center, a hanok-style seminar hall, as well as facilities including restaurants, cafes and convenience stores to meet all needs for a business conference.
Korean Stone Art Museum
The Korean Stone Art Museum specialized in Korean stone sculptures which the museum collected from all over the country and the world. Its collection includes some 1,300 artifacts that have lost none of their timeless and universal appeal. Together with the stone relics, the museum also features over 300 items of traditional embroidery as well as over 150 Korean modern paintings. The museum grounds boasts a beautiful garden with a picturesque trail. The museum also offers a variety of facilities for events. Its rooftop space can accommodate up to 200 guests and features spectacular views of downtown Seoul.
Since its virgin cruise in 1986, the Eland Cruise has created amazing memories for many passengers. Currently, Eland Cruise operates a total of 6 cruise ships, and parties can be organized on the Ara, Tritania, and Britannia. The quality and service offered on these ships are on par with the service on land, which is why many people call these the restaurant on the Han, or the party on the Han. The food can be prepared on site, and halal food is also available upon request. With dinner party reservations, guests can enjoy the beautiful nightscape over the Han River while enjoying their meals on the cruise ship. The cruise ship terminal also has a cafe, fast food restaurants, full service restaurants, and a convenience store, along with a media facade and fountain.
Just Kpop is a concert dining hall that offers K-pop performances for an exciting dining experience. During the day, Just KPOP is a brunch cafe with scenic views of Seokchon Lake. In the evening, it stages live performances of K-pop, rock, jazz, traditional crossover music, and more. The space is equipped with state-of-art LED displays, sound system, and lighting as well as seating for 250 people in the dining area. Along with professional chefs, Just KPOP has a multi-national staff that can communicate in various languages. The venue is ideal for incentive galas, corporate events, launching parties, and any other time a special event calls for a special setting. Located inside Lotte World Tower and Mall, Just Kpop boasts convenient transportation and access to hotel, shopping, and tourist attractions in trendy downtown Seoul.
Jeongdeungsa Temple, dating back to the year 381, is the oldest in Korea. The historic temple is located on the slopes of a mountain in Ganghwado and known for its colorful foliage in the autumn and snowy landscape in the winter. Jeondeungsa’s temple stay program offers visitors a chance to experience a life of meditation alongside Buddhist monks. It has been a popular program among foreigners as well Koreans for many years. Jeongdeungsa Temple also includes various spaces that can be used to host events. Seonbuljang and Wolsongyo Halls have floor-seats while Jeondeunggak Hall and the temple restaurant have tables and chairs, making them suitable for seminars. Sound equipment and beam projectors are available in some spaces to allow for more varied conferences and performances. Visitors can also enjoy nature walks and tea-drinking ceremonies in this tranquil haven.
Jeju Folk Village
Jeju Folk Village brings history and tradition back to life with over 100 authentic houses and structures that were used by Koreans during the late nineteenth century Joseon Dynasty. The village was reconstructed based on years of research into the unique culture of the island. Modern visitors can take in scenes of village life, watch master artisans at work, or enjoy traditional song-and-dance performances.
Namiseom Island is a popular tourist destination in the city of Chuncheon. It gained fame after being featured in the megahit TV series Winter Sonata. The island places great emphasis on nature conservation, and recyclables such as glass and plastic bottles have been repurposed to decorate the island. Namiseom Island has a Magic Hall and outdoor stages equipped with cutting-edge sound equipment, making them ideal for various events such as international conferences and business seminars. Each year, the property hosts a number of conferences and events organized by foreign embassies and other international groups, and once every two years, it hosts the Nami Island International Children’s Book Festival, showcasing children’s illustration books and authors.
Panoramic 65 at the Oakwood Premier Incheon is a bar and dining establishment with sweeping views of the sea during daytime and Songdo’s skyline at night. In addition to the main bar and a gourmet restaurant, the stylish, multipurpose space includes booths by the windows, semi-private rooms, and a hall that can seat over 60 guests. Panoramic 65 is suited for a variety of events, including cocktail receptions, small parties, or corporate events. With its sophisticated atmosphere and a staff committed to delivering excellent service, it is the ideal place for cocktail receptions, intimate parties, and corporate banquets.
Floating Island Convention
The Floating Island Convention is Korea's only waterfront convention center located in Some Sevit, three man-made floating islands that have become the landmark of Hangang River. With seven small and large banquet halls, the venue can host a wide range of international conferences, business meetings, and cultural events. With 13-meter high dome-shaped structure, the convention hall is equipped with an 18-meter wide screen with 16,000-ANSI resolution to add to the experience. The medieval-inspired Villa de Noche features a private balcony and is perfect place to hold elegant events. At night, the LED lights installed on the building exterior put on a fabulous light show. Considered one of Seoul's most attractive nighttime locations, the Floating Island Convention will help organize an unforgettable event.
Korea Furniture Museum
The Korea Furniture Museum, specializing in traditional wooden furniture dating back to the late Joseon Dynasty, is one of the most unique and exclusive museums in the country. Ten traditional Korean houses called hanok, which were relocated to the museum grounds and meticulously restored so that the museum could display its collection of antique furniture in their original settings. Visitors can sit inside hanok buildings and experience the furniture pieces as they would have been used long ago. In 2011, CNN featured the Korea Furniture Museum as the most beautiful museum in Seoul, calling it one of the city’s best-kept secrets. Since opening in 2008, the museum has hosted presidents, prime ministers, royals, and other VIP visitors from China, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Singapore, and more. The Korea Furniture Museum is the ideal introduction to the traditional lifestyle and customs of Old Korea.
Korean Folk Village
The Korean Folk Village is a theme park that was built to introduce Korea's traditional culture to both local and international visitors. Composed of restored traditional hanok buildings sourced from all across Korea, the theme park has vividly recreated the lifestyle and customs of the Joseon Dynasty through rigorous historical analysis and consultation with experts. Various experiences are offered on site for corporate guests and foreigners. Every day, traditional performances, folk parades, and seasonal festivities are offered at the village. Parties and other events can be held at the Korean Folk Village Convention Center and the Korean restaurant Hangukgwan. The Convention Center is suitable for holding training seminars and/or lectures, while gala dinners can be organized at the garden outside Hangukgwan.
Sori Arts Center of Jeollabuk-do
Jeonju prides itself on a rich tradition of cultural arts. The Sori Arts Center of Jeollabuk-do celebrates this heritage through regular shows and exhibitions. The spacious venue, with three floors above ground and one below, includes a 2,000-seat multi-purpose performance hall; a smaller concert hall that seats 600; and an international meeting room for various meetings, symposiums and seminars. The venue has hosted events like the Jeonju International Sori Festival, World Calligraphy Biennale of Jeollabuk-do, and International Exchange Festival.
Hyundai Motor Studio goyang
Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang is an immersive auto theme park created by Hyundai Motor Company. Since opening its doors in 2017, more than 400,000 people have visited the facility. Bringing together the concepts of “motor” and “studio,” to represent both automobiles and the idea to create a new culture, the studio offers a new experience on automobiles that goes beyond seeing cars as just a means of transportation but as a life partner. Expert “gurus” provide guided tours for an informative and entertaining journey through the automotive world, from how cars are manufactured to their various functions. Visitors can also climb inside the latest Hyundai Motor models. The sophisticated and expansive space has hosted various shows of local and overseas artists, concerts, new car launches and company events. Facilities include a 300-seat multi-purpose hall, the Level 1 Showcase equipped with a full-scale LED video and a roof terrace that can host outdoor performances and banquets.
The Hyundai Cruise is a sightseeing ship that sails along Gyeongin Ara Waterway, Korea's first man-made canal that connects Hangang River and the West Sea. During its 35 year-operation, over 12 million local and overseas tourists have come on board the cruise ship, making it one of the biggest tourist attractions in the Seoul metropolitan area. Visitors can take in the stunning view of eight attractions along Ara Waterway as they enjoy superb meals and entertainment. The 4-story cruise ship can accommodate approximately 1,000 passengers and features two banquet halls and two open spaces that can fit any needs. An entire floor is available for events for smaller groups of 150 to 300 people, while an entire ship can be rented out to an event with more than 300 guests who can also choose their own travel time and routes.
Gyeongju, the ancient city of Silla Kingdom with a thousand year history, is a huge cultural relic filled with numerous historic sites. Hwangnyongeon is also a site that symbolizes Silla’s resplendent culture. A replica of the 9-story wooden pagoda at Hwangnyongsa Temple that burnt down during the Mongol invasion, it now functions as a corporate training institute. Located within the Bomun Tourism Complex, Hwangnyongeon is becoming a brand new landmark for the city of Gyeongju for its elegant and stunning exterior. Built to host training seminars and corporate meetings, it is equipped with a wide range of conference rooms, banquet halls, auditorium, and lush green space for outdoor events. There are also special programs for visitors like meditation or tea ceremony. With 45 guest rooms available on site, the property is ideal for long-running events as well.