The two-day event will provide a perfect venue for over 2,000 expected attending MICE industry professionals
Korea is the most sought country for conventions according to the latest UIA Global Meetings Statistics report where Korea ranked number one
Amid the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Games, Korea is set to introduce two new projects at the Asia-Pacific Meetings and Incentives Expo (AIME) this coming February
The number of incentive travel tourists who visited Korea on 2017, excluding those coming from China, reached a total of 183,307 - reflecting a 25 percent increase over the previous year
South Korea has won the bid to host the next International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Congress, which is expected to welcome 10,000 foreign participants
Korea will be welcoming 400 international employees of Hong Kong-based multinational retail company Canai later this month for corporate events and travel, with a further 2,600 staff members attendin...
Korea is seeing a sharp increase in business visitors from Taiwan in 2017 in response to active marketing and support programs at home and abroad by the Korea MICE Bureau (KMB) division of the Korea ...
This autumn will be a high watermark for Korea’s meetings industry this year when approximately 30,000 industry professionals come together for the UIA (International Union of Architects) 2017 Seoul ...
Korea gears up for busy year of business events this 2017 Korea kicks off the year with several major international congresses and corporate incentive tours recently secured for 2017 – 2024. Early on...
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Throughout the month of October, the entire Korean peninsula will be abuzz with festivals
Open to all, the online promotion is designed to raise awareness of the KMB
South Korea is expected to shatter its annual visitor arrival this year, having already recorded around 8.1 million foreign visitors during the first half of 2016.
International visitors to Korea can now discover the best of the nation’s culture all in one place at the new “K-Style Hub” education and experience center, located in Seoul.
Korea’s return to IMEX Frankfurt this year precedes several prominent international congresses taking place over the next few months.
Attendees of this year’s AIME will not want to miss the opportunity to discover Korea’s impressive MICE capabilities when the expo returns this February.
A new online campaign launched by the Korea MICE Bureau is offering overseas and individuals the chance to win subsidized incentive trips to the country.