Lotte Hotel, Seoul  - 7 October 2024

South Korea


Nestled within the dynamic heart of South Korea, Seoul pulsates with a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation. This bustling metropolis boasts a skyline adorned with towering skyscrapers, juxtaposed against serene pockets of greenery and historical landmarks. Explore the vibrant streets of Myeongdong or delve into the cultural tapestry of Insadong, where ancient traditions thrive alongside modern art galleries and trendy boutiques. Savor the tantalizing flavors of Korean cuisine in the lively markets of Namdaemun or the trendy cafes of Gangnam. 

Immerse yourself in Seoul's rich history by wandering through the majestic gates of Gyeongbokgung Palace or strolling along the ancient lanes of Bukchon Hanok Village. Discover the city's innovative spirit at the futuristic Dongdaemun Design Plaza or the bustling tech hubs of Gangnam and Yeouido. Experience the pulse of the city at the bustling Dongdaemun Market or unwind in the tranquility of the Han River Park.

With an extensive public transportation system including the efficient Seoul Metro, navigating the city is a breeze. As a global hub for business and culture, Seoul seamlessly blends tradition with modernity, offering visitors a captivating experience that lingers long after their departure.

For more information, please visit: Visit Seoul 

Local currency:

South Korean Won (KRW)


The standard voltage in Seoul is 220 volts AC, 60 cycles per second. The country uses type C and type F power plugs, with two round pins or two round pins with two earth clips.

Time Zones:

Korea Standard Time is UTC/GMT +9 hours


Incheon International Airport, located approximately 32 miles west of Seoul, serves as the primary gateway to the city. Taxi transfers to the city center typically range from ₩50,000 to ₩80,000.

Global connectivity:

Seoul's Incheon International Airport connects the city to over 190 cities worldwide, with numerous airlines operating both domestic and international flights. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Incheon Airport continues to uphold its reputation as a global aviation hub, facilitating travel to and from Seoul with efficiency and safety.