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If you are looking for new ways to integrate the principles of responsible meetings into your event, these three sustainability conferences could be a good place to start.
With its royal palaces, centuries-old Buddhist temples and traditional hanok villages, it’s not hard for groups coming to South Korea to quickly soak up the country’s vibrant culture. But this isn't the whole shebang.
The Rotary International Convention held last year in Seoul, South Korea, almost broke the record for highest attendance in the group’s 100-year history.
Nothing says winter in Korea like the Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival.
Gunsan is transforming into a hub for the MICE market not only in Korea, but also around the globe.
South Korea's rich cultural heritage enriches meeting experiences in the boardroom and beyond.
Seoul cocktail bars in South Korea run the gamut from high-end to takeout mini bars that offer cocktails to go.
It’s a totally fun group experience to complement all of the cosmopolitan glamour, and it’s a great way to learn about local Korean cuisine, customs and culture while bonding with your clients and/or colleagues.
To get a complete introduction to the cuisine’s tastes and ingredients groups should sit down to enjoy Hanjeongsik, which is a Korean traditional set meal consisting of at least 25 delicious and nutritious foods with vibrant flavors. Try this at The Korea House in Pildong, Seoul.
Spas, golf and other sports draw groups to the Jungmun resort area, where the clifftop Shilla Hotel Jeju caters to incentive groups.
In South Korea the Park Hyatt Busan is a new 269-room luxury hotel in the heart of bustling Busan, which is gaining international exposure as an alternative meeting and conference destination to Seoul.
Yongsusan Operating a variety of restaurants in Seoul’s popular business and tourism regions, Yongsusan is regarded as one of the top five restaurant groups in...
You’re on a golf course in Killarney. Or Anguilla or San Antonio. You’re soaking in a warm scented jacuzzi in St. Moritz or Hilton Head. You’re taking Shaolin kung fu lessons in Hong Kong...
You’re gearing up to make a proposal to a client or CEO, and what’s the first thing you hear before you even flip open...
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