Seoul is a mega-modern metropolis with 10 million residents. Its 600 years of history as Korea’s capital has allowed for the natural co-existence of a diverse cultural heritage with a modern technological and industrial bent. It is considered the center of the country’s educational, cultural, business, and economic activities. Seoul holds numerous international events each year and is at the core of Korea’s meeting, events, incentives, and exhibitions industry. But there is more to Korea than Seoul.
Join MeetingsNet for a free, 30-minute webinar where you will engage with our local expert, who reveals the ins and outs of doing business in Korea in the next edition of MeetingsNet’s global webinar series.
You will learn about:
- Visa requirements
- Choosing local partners
- Airlift and local transport options
- Negotiating with hotels
- Facilities for large conventions and expos
- Currency exchange and local taxes
- Tipping, duty, customs
- Cultural protocols
- Geography and population
- Must-see attractions
Our moderator is Barbara Scofidio, editor of MeetingsNet’s Corporate Meetings & Incentives magazine, and our presenter is Sung K. Kim, MICE Manager, Korea Tourism Organization, New York Office.