Located in the pivot of the southern part of Seoul, Seocho-gu is generally referred to as a part of Greater Gangnam Area, along with Gangnam-gu, Songpa-gu and Gangdong-gu. Surrounded by beautiful environment and pleasant atmosphere, these districts will be one of your venue choices in coming event planning!
Bordered by the Hangang River and the urban green spaces of Cheonggyesan Mountain and Umyeonsan Mountain, the Seocho-gu is known for its abundant opportunities in cultural and art performances, making it as one of the most environmental-friendly and culturally vibrant cities in Seoul.
A rich tradition of hospitality, the 5-star luxury JW Marriott Hotel Seoul offers 379 sophisticated guest rooms, including 2 penthouses and 32 suites with stunning city views. Elegantly combining traditional Korean and stylish interior, the spacious guest rooms with window-side relaxing sofas and signature amenities are specially designed to offer an ultimate relaxation environment for every guest to unwind in the bustling city.
Located on the 3rd and 5th floor of the hotel, the stylish Grand Ballroom and 6 modern Salons can accommodate 60 to 400 people, offering perfect setting for events and celebrations ranging from large conferences to parties, business meetings and weddings. The dynamic event spaces can also be customised to satisfy special needs of every event, and enhanced by modern technology, custom catering and expert planners.
Meanwhile, Marquis Fitness Club, Korea’s largest hotel fitness destination, is a place of genuine wellness restorative treatment at The Spa or a workout, offering relaxation, exercise and healing in a pure and calm urban oasis. Located in the city center, the hotel also offers effortless access to all central areas, luxury districts and a variety of leisure options including culture and entertainment.
National Gugak Center (NGC) acts as a platform for the traditional music scene of Korea over 30 years, connecting traditional arts to contemporary musics as well as to show the value of Korean culture to various parts of the world. As a national institution, NGC was first established as Eumseongseo during the Silla dynasty (ca 7th century), which later became the Daeakseo of the Goryeo dynasty (at the end of the 10th century) and then the Jangagwon of the Joseon dynasty (1466) before becoming known as it is today.
Founded on the principle of “creating the new based upon the old,” NGC continues to cultivate Korean music with the aim of making a contribution to the greater culture of humanity. The center offers several performance venues namely Yeak-dang, Umyeon-dang, Pungnyu Sarangbang and Yeonhui Madang, for cultural concert, business events and educational programmes.
Here, you can find the unique rhythm of traditional beauty flowing in Gugak, the traditional Korean music and performances such as Janggu Dance, Cheoyongmu, Sinawi and Daechwita. Remember to find the unique rhythm of traditional beauty flowing in Gugak, the traditional Korean music. In addition, for everyone who treasures traditional culture and art, you can pay a visit to Gugak Museum to explore its unique exhibitions such as Korean Traditional Music Courtyard, Master Artists, Sounds of Nature and Life and more.
Meanwhile, you can enjoy online Gugak concert from home through National Gugak Centre YouTube channel. This might create an interest of audiences to watch live in the theatre and have real hands-on experience with Korean traditional music and dance while waiting the right time to travel again in near future.
aT Center is an ideal solution to your space needs for meetings, workshops, seminars and special events, with its numerous spacious exhibition halls and meetings rooms that complemented by a beautiful reception area. More …
Located in southeast part of Seoul, Songpa-gu is a circulation hub in southeast part of Seoul, Hangang river to the north, adjacent to Gangnam-gu to the west and Gangdong-gu to the east. As a leading area of Seoul, the district is home to Garak-dong wholesale marketplace for agricultural and marine products, Jamsil Lotte World and Lotte Department Store, showcasing an international cultural and tourist city where tradition and modernity coexist.
Opened to public on 3 April 2017, Lotte World Tower is the world’s fifth tallest building standing 123 stories and 555 meters high, allowing visitors to relax above the clouds. The tower’s top 10 floors allocated for public spaces and entertainment, where Korean traditional beauty, human technology, cutting-edge technology and nature exists in harmony. With great accessibility, Lotte World Tower is a one-stop bleisure location, offering a convenient base for business travellers visiting Seoul.
SKY 31 Convention, Seoul’s tallest convention complex that located on the 31st floor of Lotte World Tower. Equipped with advanced technology and excellent conference facilities, the magnificent SKY31 Convention consists of an elegant SKY 31 Lounge, an auditorium and 5 stylish rooms namely Star, Moon, Cloud, Sun and Sky, with floor to ceiling natural light for guests to choose from. More …
The Lotte Tower is also home to the luxury-brand Signiel Hotel on floors 76 to 101, which is operated by Lotte Hotels & Resorts, the country’s biggest hotel group that boasts of half a century’s expertise and premium services. All 235 stylish guest rooms range from the 87th to the 101st floors, offering panoramic views of Seoul including 42 suite rooms and giving guests to a whole new ultimate experience that cannot be found anywhere else in Korea.
The world’s highest hotel banquet hall that located on 76th floor, the Grand Ballroom is well equipped with a super-sized (7m × 4m) HD LCD screen and sound facilities installed in front of the stage, which can accommodate up to 300 people. With natural lighting, the Grand Ballroom and Studio I-IV are elegant spaces customised for high-end conferences and luxury events.
Don’t forget to enjoy Signiel Seoul’s exquisite fine-dining from Yannick Alléno’s French cuisine to contemporary Korean cuisine, and relax at the most prestigious refreshing zone including Evian Spa and Salon de Signiel.
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Lotte World, one of the prominent landmarks in Seoul, is home to Asia’s largest indoor theme park “Adventure” and an outdoor amusement park ‘Magic Island’. It is a mysterious adventure world with over 50 attractions and diverse festivals in different seasons, offering endless magical joy and pleasant experience as visitors can experience anything they want.
In the Magic Castle, the Garden Stage offers spacious space for performances and business events, with a capacity of 1,200 standing people, as well as equipped with a 4k high quality LED display for the event named Magic Circle. You may choose some amazing attractions such as Camelot Carousel, Atlantis and Gyro Swing that can accommodate from 40 to 60 people to be included into your events, as well as the selfie studio that offers 20 variety photo zones.
Let’s get close to the Seoul’s sky by taking Sky Shuttle, which is Korea’s only double-deck elevator that moves in a speed of 10m per second and features monitors on the ceiling and each of the three walls. The 118th floor Sky Deck is the highest indoor glass floor (478 m) recognised by the Korea Record Institute, where visitors can experience an amazing new world in the sky with instantaneous wonder and the marvellous nighttime view of Seoul.
On the the other hand, Lotte World Aquarium features 13 themes in five oceans, showcasing a cheerful world where humans and nature live in harmony. You can enjoy the dance of cow nose rays in groups, leisurely flapping their wings just like welcoming you to Seoul.
With easy accessibility, Lotte World is a one-stop bleisure location that will satisfy your business and leisure needs including tour, shopping and sight-seeing all in one place. If you are looking for something out of the ordinary and unique for your event, let’s try adventure at Lotte World!
Located on the east side of the Seoul city, Gangdong-gu literally means east of the Hangang River. Boasting an outstanding ecological environment where humans can harmonise with nature, Gangdong is a charming living space with high-tech industries thriving alongside invaluable cultural heritages. In Amsa-dong, there is an over 6,000 years old Amsa-dong Prehistoric Settlement Site, showcasing various kinds of pottery and houses that was made of ceramic and in circular cone-shaped.
STAGE 28, an elegant mansion on the hill, offering a Grill Restaurant, a cafe, a green house themed event venue, a garden and picnic place, and a unique V-Center the live museum with Taekwon-V robot. Surrounded by nature, the beautiful venue provides premium private spaces and rooms, both indoor and outdoor, that can be used for a variety of events such as gatherings, conferences and cultural events.
During the day, the whole restaurant is basked in natural light, where the glass walls grant guests with scenic views and the beauty of the four seasons. In the Grill Restaurant, you must try its home-grown organic vegetables and juicy BBQ meat.
In addition, the V-Center the live museum provides two unique meeting rooms with a capacity of 15 people, and a special stage for product launches, talk shows and conference. With amazing scenery of Hanging River, STAGE 28 is a beautiful getaway space where you can rejuvenate with nature in the city of Seoul while organising your memorable events.
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