Combining Ancient Heritage with Modernity
Korea, where a 5,000 year history embraces the cosmopolitan flair of modern cities.
With the growth in popularity of K-Pop (Korean Pop Culture) around the world, Korea has burst on to the world stage. But Korea has much more to offer to the traveller, from a distinct and mouth-watering cuisine to a variety of stunning landscapes. In just 100,000 sqkm, South Korea packs in a variety of experiences that makes it a traveller’s heaven.
The most “connected” society in the world offers its visitors an infrastructure that is best to none. From highways, to high-speed trains and fibre-optic communication networks, Korea is prepared to handle the largest of events with seamless efficiency.
The utmost charm of Korea is its energy. No other country has such condensed and unique energy and charm that makes a truly memorable destination.
The Heart of North East Asia.
Discover the heart of North-East Asia in Korea, where an ultra-modern society combines with an ancient culture to provide unique experiences for corporate meetings and incentive travel.
Mix of modernity and ancient heritage. Korea boasts a history of more than 5,000 years and over 20 UNESCO heritage sites, while at the same time having some of the most modern cities in the world.
Unique geographical position. At the eastern edge of the Eurasian landmass and at the crossroads between China, Russia and Japan, Korea enjoys 4 distinct seasons and has developed a unique culture combining the influences of all its neighbours.
Excellent infrastructure. Korea is the ideal destination for corporate meetings and events with venues and infrastructure capable of smoothly handling even the largest events in various cities across the country.
Undiscovered natural beauty. The Korean countryside is an undiscovered jewel, with hundreds of opportunities to create unforgettable incentive packages.
Easy connectivity, internationally and domestically. Over 70 international airlines connect Korea to more than 170 cities in 60 countries. Internally, all major cities are connected in less than 2 hours by high-speed trains in addition to highways.