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  • Korea House, Unique Venue of BTS Billboard Magazine Covers, Now Offers K-Royal Cuisine to Global Palates
    Korea House, run by the Korea Heritage Agency under its Chairman Choi Young-chang, presents new summer season menu. Located in Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea House originally served as a venue for receiving VIP guests and heads of state to introduce traditional Korean life to domestic and foreign dignitaries. It is radiating serene “Korean beauty” in central Seoul since 1981.As a traditional cultural complex, Korea House offers Korean traditional cuisine (Korean fine dining and traditional refreshments), hosts weddings, and presents Korean traditional art performances, all contributing to its growing popularity. Known for a filming location for a BTS magazine cover, it has become one of the most favored spots for K-dramas and attracted foreign tourists eager to experience authentic Korean culture.Its Korean fine dining presents innovative dishes using seasonal ingredients inspired by court cuisine. Under the guidance of a culinary advisor Cho Hee-sook, renowned as the godmother of Korean food and Asia’s Best Female Chef Award winner in 2020 with Kim Do-seop, certified trainee of national intangible cultural heritage ‘royal cuisine’ and head of the Korean Food Research Team at the Korea Heritage Agency, Korea House is committed to preserving and promoting Korean culinary traditions.This summer, Korea House offers “Royal Healthy Dishes,” made with the finest ingredients such as croaker, abalone, and beef.Its signature dinner course “Korea House Jeongsik (Dinner)” includes 11 Korean dishes from appetizers to main courses to desserts. Appetizers feature braised butterbur with seafood, deep-fried eggplant with soy sauce, stuffed summer squash with shrimp and lotus roots, and noodles in cold bean soup. The main dishes consist of cold sliced abalone with spicy sauce, steamed stuffed bamboo shoots, grilled croaker, royal hot pot, and grilled braised beef, complemented by a set of chicken soup with ginseng.Aside from the fine dining menu, Korea House also prepares “Kohojae”, a dessert set, which comprises a variety of traditional Korean deserts and tea. Kohojae has sold out early every season since its launch in 2020. It is appealing to the younger generation and women seeking a tranquil tea experience in a hanok setting. Some visitors even come dressed in Korean traditional clothing hanbok to take photos of memorable moments. Korea House will remain dedicated to promoting the excellence of Korean traditional food culture along with the royal cuisine.For reservations, search “Korea House” on CatchTable Global (www.catchtable.net), or contact by phone (+82-2-2266-9101~3) or email (khre@kh.or.kr). Follow Korea House on Instagram (@koreahouse_official) for updates.
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-07-03
  • Global Wellness Summit Announces 2024 Theme: “A Watershed Moment for Wellness”
    The agenda for November’s conference in Scotland will have a double vision: broadly exploring how the wellness industry is at a pivotal moment for growth and disruption, while also taking a deep dive into the topic of water, from the explosion of interest in a new breed of bathing, sauna, hot springs, cold immersion, and wild swimming experiences to the water-hungry wellness and spa industries waking up to their role in creating a sustainable “blue economy” The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the foremost gathering of international leaders in the multitrillion-dollar global wellness economy, today announced the theme for its 2024 conference being held in St. Andrews, Scotland from November 4-7: “A Watershed Moment for Wellness.” The agenda, at the macro level, will explore how the wellness industry is at a watershed moment for growth and evolution, gathering global experts to analyze the newest directions within each sector– whether fitness, mental wellness, wellness tourism, healthy food and weight loss, wellness real estate, well-tech, beauty, wellness policy, and more. A Dive into the ‘H2O Experience Economy’: The agenda will also specifically explore the surge in water-wellness experiences, a welcome democratic trend in an age of ever-wealthier wellness. If “sanus per aqua” (or “health by water,” the Latin acronym for “spa”) is the most ancient of wellness approaches, experts will discuss the powerful renaissance in water-based therapies underway, and how emerging hydrothermal approaches and technologies could revolutionize wellness in the future. The agenda will tackle many topics where water and wellness intersect, from the global surge in new urban bathhouses, sauna centers, and vast water-wellness parks that are becoming the new social “hotspots” to the wave of new and restored hot springs destinations (from reimagined Japanese onsens to an investment rush in hot springs development in the US). Climate Change, the Water Crisis, and the Wellness Industry: Climate change is severely threatening the world’s most precious resource, water. The wellness and spa industries are voracious consumers of water, while wellness tourism often creates other negative environmental impacts that threaten marine/water ecosystems and can hurt local coastal communities. The agenda will bring sustainability experts together to show how the industry needs to change, from boosting the wellness industry’s role in the “blue economy” (the sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth and preserving endangered ocean ecosystems) to embracing the ethics of water (how clean water is a basic human right, now denied to 2.2 billion people) to adopting new technologies and practices that could transform the industry’s water use efficiency. The Perfect Location: Europe/the UK is the ancient birthplace of water-wellness and spa, and the ideal place to explore the theme. Scotland’s water is famed worldwide (crucial for some of its biggest exports, like scotch and whisky) and it’s one of the world’s most water-rich countries. It has more than 30,000 lochs, 10,000 miles of coastline, and enough rivers and streams to circle the Earth three times. In 2024, 98% of Scotland’s bathing waters will again meet or exceed the country’s strict environmental standards. Host Sponsor, Kohler–Water Experience Innovator & Sustainability Activist: The 2024 host sponsor is Kohler Co., which for 150 years has been a storied brand in design and innovative water features/experiences. With the Summit being held at one of their seven global properties, the iconic Old Course Hotel with a reimagined Kohler Waters Spa, delegates will literally be immersed in the theme. The company is also a renowned leader in sustainability and protecting the world’s water resources and is working hard toward net zero environmental impact by 2035. “There is powerful synergy between this year’s Summit theme on how water intersects with wellness and Kohler Co.’s mission, which not only includes pioneering water design, features and experiences for wellbeing but also working hard to fight climate change and protect the world’s water resources,” said Nina Kohler, strategy and design leader for the Hospitality Group at the Kohler Co. A Watershed Industry Moment, for Growth, for Disruption: The wider agenda will explore the historic momentum for the industry. Global Wellness Institute researchers find that the wellness economy was worth $5.6 trillion in 2022 and forecast that it will rise to $8.5 trillion by 2027. They will unveil a complete update of the Global Wellness Economy Monitor in Scotland, with new data and insights on each wellness sector. “This is a watershed moment for wellness. In our 2024 trends report, we note that we’ve seen more industry disruptions in the last year than in the last decade–whether the rapid rise of medical-wellness and longevity concepts or Big Pharma rewriting weight loss,” said Susie Ellis, GWS chair and CEO. “With fast-shifting consumer demands, fast-evolving technology, demographic shifts (including a profoundly aging population), accelerating climate change and demands that businesses take environmental action, this year’s agenda will investigate how our industry will continue to see further radical transformation.”
    • In English
    • Global News
    2024-06-05
  • 2024 Korea Health & Wellness Festival to Start
    If your busy life has you feeling tired and in need of a break, then look no further than the upcoming Korea Health & Wellness Festival! Hosted by the Korea Tourism Organization, the festival has connections with the Korea Beauty Festival, taking play throughout the month of June in major areas of Seoul. A total of 112 medical facilities are participating in the Health & Wellness Festival, offering both traditional Korean treatments as well as cutting-edge medical techniques for a complete introduction to K-wellness culture. Visitors to the festival, taking place at Seoul’s Gwanghwamun Plaza, can experience medical tourism, wellness, and K-culture at once through the many programs, including a special performance stage, and various themed zones such as the Health Zone, Wellness Zone, K-Wave Zone, K-Beauty Zone, and K-Gourmet Zone. Depending on one’s interest, head to the appropriate booth to get a skin & health consultation, find methods to reduce stress, learn how to do make-up just like hallyu celebrities, or taste yummy Korean foods. VISIKOREA & haebom, a K-beauty experience platform, have teamed up for a joint promotional booth. VISITKOREA members can participate in an exclusive event and enjoy fun beauty experiences such as taking a mini personal color test. The month of June also celebrates the Wellness Tourism Experience Week, a discount campaign offering up to 35,000 won in discounts for admission or accommodations according to the theme of each week. The theme and events change each week, so be sure to check the details below. ● 2024 Korea Health & Wellness Festival - Period: May 31 – June 2, 2024 - Venue: Gwanghwamun Plaza - Websites: Official page, Instagram (Check program details and advanced registration for stage events) ● Wellness Tourism Experience Week Discount Event - Weekly themes: Beauty & Spa Week (June 1-7), Slow Trekking Week (June 8-14), Healing Yoga Week (June 15-21), Wellness Lifestyle Week (June 22-30) - Website: Details to be added to Yeogi Eottae on June 1, 10:00
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-05-27
  • Get Ready for the 2024 K-Food Show
    The 2024 Seoul Food Distribution Expo and the K-Food Show will take place at the Korea Press Center and Seoul Plaza respectively on Wednesday, June 12. The opening ceremony is planned for 09:00 at the international conference hall in the Korea Press Center, along with a variety of exhibitions and programs held at the nearby Seoul Plaza and Seoul Madang.The Seoul Food Distribution Expo will host a K-food global marketing strategic conference at the international conference hall in the Korea Press Center. 150 guests will be invited to attend and take part in the conference covering topics related to food and distribution.In the meantime, the K-Food Show will take place at Seoul Plaza from 09:00 to 17:00 for the general public. Promotional booths featuring variety of food businesses will be available, offering a chance to taste popular Korean foods. A ramyeon structure will be installed on display at the center of the venue for taking photos.Food trucks will be parked, along with seat and table set-ups, at Seoul Madang in front of the Korea Press Center. Visitors are welcome to try Korean food and beverage as well as participate in social media photo events. 2024 Seoul Food Distribution Expo (K-Food Show)Event period: June 12, 2024 / 09:00-17:00Venues: Seoul Plaza, Seoul MadangEligibility: Anyone can participate on-siteInquiries: Seoul Food Distribution Expo Office (+82-2-6965-0055)Email: 8amwon@fnnews.com
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-05-16
  • Free Pass to Seoul’s Royal Palaces
    In connection with the upcoming K-Royal Culture Festival , the K-Royal Palaces PASS is being released to allow unlimited admission to Seoul’s five royal palaces throughout the festival period.The K-Royal Culture Festival showcases Korea’s representative cultural assets, and is held twice a year in both spring and fall at Seoul’s five major royal palaces (Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace, Gyeonghuigung Palace) and Jongmyo Shrine. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the festival and is expected to be better than ever, with more programs and the addition of a global reservation system. K-Royal Palaces PASS-holders can enjoy unlimited access to the K-Royal Culture Festival venues and experience a range of events from performances to exhibitions, hands-on programs, reenactments, and more. However, please note that the pass does not allow access to the special ticketed events of Gyeongbokgung Palace Special Evening Admission or Changdeokgung Palace’s Secret Garden.The K-Royal Palaces PASS is available for purchase on major travel platforms. The pass also acts as a transportation card and offers a 10% discount at KHmall off-line stores and Korea House; and a 30% discount on tickets to the musical “The Tribe,” taking place at Sejong Center.K-Royal Culture Festival K-Royal Palaces PASSValid period: April 27 – May 5, 2024Sales period: March 18 – April 25, 2024Price: 10,000 wonSales locations: Klook, KKday, Seoul Travel Pass, Trippose, Get Your Guide, TrazyPick-up period: April 27 – May 5, 2024 / 10:00-17:00Pick-up locations: Incheon International Airport Terminal 1, K-Royal Culture Festival information booth at Gyeongbokgung Palace (available at information booth of other palaces as well)Pick-up process: Show K-Royal Palaces PASS mobile ticket (QR code) to receive the K-Royal Palaces PASS (only required the first time)Website: www.chf.or.kr
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-04-15
  • Royal Palaces More Beautiful by Night
    Korea’s royal palaces, full of charm at any time of day, are even more beautiful when viewed at night. The official evening programs for spring are starting up soon, with special guided tours taking place at Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, and Deoksugung Palace. The Gyeongbokgung Palace Special Evening Admission program is popular among Koreans and foreigners alike for offering a chance to taste a recreation of Doseuksurasang, a table set for the king with 12 different dishes. At the Deoksugung Palace program, Night at Seokjojeon Hall, taste coffee and desserts enjoyed by Emporer Gojong while watching an original musical. For visitors unable to snag tickets to these highly sought-after programs, you can still enjoy the palaces at night through regular evening hours, taking place at Gyeongbokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace, and the Temporary Palace at Hwaseong Fortress. Tickets for these hours are available on-site. Gyeongbokgung Palace [Gyeongbokgung Palace Special Evening Admission] Period: April 3 – May 4, 2024 / Admission period for foreigners May 2-4, 2024 Ticket reservations: Open April 1, 2024 at 09:00 (Site will close when sold out) Admission times: Session 1 - 18:40 / Session 2 - 19:40 (each session lasts 110 minutes) Ticket price: 60,000 won (Limited to two tickets per person) Website: www.chf.or.kr Reservations (Creatrip): creatrip.com/en Inquiries (Creatrip): +82-70-4327-2310 [Evening Hours] Period: TBA (Closed Tuesdays) Operating hours: 19:00-21:00 (Last admission 20:30) Admission fee: 3,000 won (200 on-site tickets available for foreigners) Website: royal.cha.go.kr Changdeokgung Palace Complex [Moonlight Tour at Changdeokgung Palace] Period: April 11 – June 2, 2024 / Admission period for foreigners April 27-28 & May 2-3, 2024 Ticket reservations: Open April 1, 2024 at 09:00 (Site will close when sold out) Admission times: Session 1 - 19:20, 19:25, 19:30 / Session 2 - 20:00, 20:05, 20:10 (each session lasts 110 minutes) Ticket price: 30,000 won (Limited to two tickets per person) Website: www.chf.or.kr Reservations (Creatrip): creatrip.com/en Inquiries (Creatrip): +82-70-4327-2310 Deoksugung Palace [Seokjojeon at Night] Period: April 16 – May 25, 2024 / Admission period for foreigners May 1-3, 2024 Ticket reservations: Open April 1, 2024 at 09:00 (Site will close when sold out) Admission times: Session 1 - 18:20 / Session 2 - 18:50 / Session 3 – 19:25 (each session lasts 90 minutes) Ticket price: 26,000 won (Limited to two tickets per person) Website: www.chf.or.kr Reservations (Creatrip): creatrip.com/en Inquiries (Creatrip): +82-70-4327-2310 [Evening Hours] Period: All year round (Closed Mondays) Operating hours: 09:00-21:00 (Last admission 20:00) Admission fee: 1,000 won / Free for visitors ages 18 & under, 65 & older, and all visitors wearing hanbok Website: royal.cha.go.kr Changgyeonggung Palace [Night Hours] Period: All year round (Closed Mondays) Operating hours: 09:00-21:00 (Last admission 20:00) Admission fee: 1,000 won / Free for visitors ages 18 & under, 65 & older, and all visitors wearing hanbok Website: royal.cha.go.kr Temporary Palace at Hwaseong Fortress [Evening Program Moonlight Conversations] Period: May 3 – October 27, 2024 / Friday-Sunday Operating hours: 18:00-21:30 (Last admission 21:00) Admission fee: 1,500 won / Free for visitors ages 6 & under, 65 & older, and all visitors wearing hanbok Website: www.swcf.or.kr
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-03-30

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  • Korea House, Unique Venue of BTS Billboard Magazine Covers, Now Offers K-Royal Cuisine to Global Palates
    Korea House, run by the Korea Heritage Agency under its Chairman Choi Young-chang, presents new summer season menu. Located in Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea House originally served as a venue for receiving VIP guests and heads of state to introduce traditional Korean life to domestic and foreign dignitaries. It is radiating serene “Korean beauty” in central Seoul since 1981.As a traditional cultural complex, Korea House offers Korean traditional cuisine (Korean fine dining and traditional refreshments), hosts weddings, and presents Korean traditional art performances, all contributing to its growing popularity. Known for a filming location for a BTS magazine cover, it has become one of the most favored spots for K-dramas and attracted foreign tourists eager to experience authentic Korean culture.Its Korean fine dining presents innovative dishes using seasonal ingredients inspired by court cuisine. Under the guidance of a culinary advisor Cho Hee-sook, renowned as the godmother of Korean food and Asia’s Best Female Chef Award winner in 2020 with Kim Do-seop, certified trainee of national intangible cultural heritage ‘royal cuisine’ and head of the Korean Food Research Team at the Korea Heritage Agency, Korea House is committed to preserving and promoting Korean culinary traditions.This summer, Korea House offers “Royal Healthy Dishes,” made with the finest ingredients such as croaker, abalone, and beef.Its signature dinner course “Korea House Jeongsik (Dinner)” includes 11 Korean dishes from appetizers to main courses to desserts. Appetizers feature braised butterbur with seafood, deep-fried eggplant with soy sauce, stuffed summer squash with shrimp and lotus roots, and noodles in cold bean soup. The main dishes consist of cold sliced abalone with spicy sauce, steamed stuffed bamboo shoots, grilled croaker, royal hot pot, and grilled braised beef, complemented by a set of chicken soup with ginseng.Aside from the fine dining menu, Korea House also prepares “Kohojae”, a dessert set, which comprises a variety of traditional Korean deserts and tea. Kohojae has sold out early every season since its launch in 2020. It is appealing to the younger generation and women seeking a tranquil tea experience in a hanok setting. Some visitors even come dressed in Korean traditional clothing hanbok to take photos of memorable moments. Korea House will remain dedicated to promoting the excellence of Korean traditional food culture along with the royal cuisine.For reservations, search “Korea House” on CatchTable Global (www.catchtable.net), or contact by phone (+82-2-2266-9101~3) or email (khre@kh.or.kr). Follow Korea House on Instagram (@koreahouse_official) for updates.
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-07-03
  • Global Wellness Summit Announces 2024 Theme: “A Watershed Moment for Wellness”
    The agenda for November’s conference in Scotland will have a double vision: broadly exploring how the wellness industry is at a pivotal moment for growth and disruption, while also taking a deep dive into the topic of water, from the explosion of interest in a new breed of bathing, sauna, hot springs, cold immersion, and wild swimming experiences to the water-hungry wellness and spa industries waking up to their role in creating a sustainable “blue economy” The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), the foremost gathering of international leaders in the multitrillion-dollar global wellness economy, today announced the theme for its 2024 conference being held in St. Andrews, Scotland from November 4-7: “A Watershed Moment for Wellness.” The agenda, at the macro level, will explore how the wellness industry is at a watershed moment for growth and evolution, gathering global experts to analyze the newest directions within each sector– whether fitness, mental wellness, wellness tourism, healthy food and weight loss, wellness real estate, well-tech, beauty, wellness policy, and more. A Dive into the ‘H2O Experience Economy’: The agenda will also specifically explore the surge in water-wellness experiences, a welcome democratic trend in an age of ever-wealthier wellness. If “sanus per aqua” (or “health by water,” the Latin acronym for “spa”) is the most ancient of wellness approaches, experts will discuss the powerful renaissance in water-based therapies underway, and how emerging hydrothermal approaches and technologies could revolutionize wellness in the future. The agenda will tackle many topics where water and wellness intersect, from the global surge in new urban bathhouses, sauna centers, and vast water-wellness parks that are becoming the new social “hotspots” to the wave of new and restored hot springs destinations (from reimagined Japanese onsens to an investment rush in hot springs development in the US). Climate Change, the Water Crisis, and the Wellness Industry: Climate change is severely threatening the world’s most precious resource, water. The wellness and spa industries are voracious consumers of water, while wellness tourism often creates other negative environmental impacts that threaten marine/water ecosystems and can hurt local coastal communities. The agenda will bring sustainability experts together to show how the industry needs to change, from boosting the wellness industry’s role in the “blue economy” (the sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth and preserving endangered ocean ecosystems) to embracing the ethics of water (how clean water is a basic human right, now denied to 2.2 billion people) to adopting new technologies and practices that could transform the industry’s water use efficiency. The Perfect Location: Europe/the UK is the ancient birthplace of water-wellness and spa, and the ideal place to explore the theme. Scotland’s water is famed worldwide (crucial for some of its biggest exports, like scotch and whisky) and it’s one of the world’s most water-rich countries. It has more than 30,000 lochs, 10,000 miles of coastline, and enough rivers and streams to circle the Earth three times. In 2024, 98% of Scotland’s bathing waters will again meet or exceed the country’s strict environmental standards. Host Sponsor, Kohler–Water Experience Innovator & Sustainability Activist: The 2024 host sponsor is Kohler Co., which for 150 years has been a storied brand in design and innovative water features/experiences. With the Summit being held at one of their seven global properties, the iconic Old Course Hotel with a reimagined Kohler Waters Spa, delegates will literally be immersed in the theme. The company is also a renowned leader in sustainability and protecting the world’s water resources and is working hard toward net zero environmental impact by 2035. “There is powerful synergy between this year’s Summit theme on how water intersects with wellness and Kohler Co.’s mission, which not only includes pioneering water design, features and experiences for wellbeing but also working hard to fight climate change and protect the world’s water resources,” said Nina Kohler, strategy and design leader for the Hospitality Group at the Kohler Co. A Watershed Industry Moment, for Growth, for Disruption: The wider agenda will explore the historic momentum for the industry. Global Wellness Institute researchers find that the wellness economy was worth $5.6 trillion in 2022 and forecast that it will rise to $8.5 trillion by 2027. They will unveil a complete update of the Global Wellness Economy Monitor in Scotland, with new data and insights on each wellness sector. “This is a watershed moment for wellness. In our 2024 trends report, we note that we’ve seen more industry disruptions in the last year than in the last decade–whether the rapid rise of medical-wellness and longevity concepts or Big Pharma rewriting weight loss,” said Susie Ellis, GWS chair and CEO. “With fast-shifting consumer demands, fast-evolving technology, demographic shifts (including a profoundly aging population), accelerating climate change and demands that businesses take environmental action, this year’s agenda will investigate how our industry will continue to see further radical transformation.”
    • In English
    • Global News
    2024-06-05
  • 2024 Korea Health & Wellness Festival to Start
    If your busy life has you feeling tired and in need of a break, then look no further than the upcoming Korea Health & Wellness Festival! Hosted by the Korea Tourism Organization, the festival has connections with the Korea Beauty Festival, taking play throughout the month of June in major areas of Seoul. A total of 112 medical facilities are participating in the Health & Wellness Festival, offering both traditional Korean treatments as well as cutting-edge medical techniques for a complete introduction to K-wellness culture. Visitors to the festival, taking place at Seoul’s Gwanghwamun Plaza, can experience medical tourism, wellness, and K-culture at once through the many programs, including a special performance stage, and various themed zones such as the Health Zone, Wellness Zone, K-Wave Zone, K-Beauty Zone, and K-Gourmet Zone. Depending on one’s interest, head to the appropriate booth to get a skin & health consultation, find methods to reduce stress, learn how to do make-up just like hallyu celebrities, or taste yummy Korean foods. VISIKOREA & haebom, a K-beauty experience platform, have teamed up for a joint promotional booth. VISITKOREA members can participate in an exclusive event and enjoy fun beauty experiences such as taking a mini personal color test. The month of June also celebrates the Wellness Tourism Experience Week, a discount campaign offering up to 35,000 won in discounts for admission or accommodations according to the theme of each week. The theme and events change each week, so be sure to check the details below. ● 2024 Korea Health & Wellness Festival - Period: May 31 – June 2, 2024 - Venue: Gwanghwamun Plaza - Websites: Official page, Instagram (Check program details and advanced registration for stage events) ● Wellness Tourism Experience Week Discount Event - Weekly themes: Beauty & Spa Week (June 1-7), Slow Trekking Week (June 8-14), Healing Yoga Week (June 15-21), Wellness Lifestyle Week (June 22-30) - Website: Details to be added to Yeogi Eottae on June 1, 10:00
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-05-27
  • Get Ready for the 2024 K-Food Show
    The 2024 Seoul Food Distribution Expo and the K-Food Show will take place at the Korea Press Center and Seoul Plaza respectively on Wednesday, June 12. The opening ceremony is planned for 09:00 at the international conference hall in the Korea Press Center, along with a variety of exhibitions and programs held at the nearby Seoul Plaza and Seoul Madang.The Seoul Food Distribution Expo will host a K-food global marketing strategic conference at the international conference hall in the Korea Press Center. 150 guests will be invited to attend and take part in the conference covering topics related to food and distribution.In the meantime, the K-Food Show will take place at Seoul Plaza from 09:00 to 17:00 for the general public. Promotional booths featuring variety of food businesses will be available, offering a chance to taste popular Korean foods. A ramyeon structure will be installed on display at the center of the venue for taking photos.Food trucks will be parked, along with seat and table set-ups, at Seoul Madang in front of the Korea Press Center. Visitors are welcome to try Korean food and beverage as well as participate in social media photo events. 2024 Seoul Food Distribution Expo (K-Food Show)Event period: June 12, 2024 / 09:00-17:00Venues: Seoul Plaza, Seoul MadangEligibility: Anyone can participate on-siteInquiries: Seoul Food Distribution Expo Office (+82-2-6965-0055)Email: 8amwon@fnnews.com
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-05-16
  • Free Pass to Seoul’s Royal Palaces
    In connection with the upcoming K-Royal Culture Festival , the K-Royal Palaces PASS is being released to allow unlimited admission to Seoul’s five royal palaces throughout the festival period.The K-Royal Culture Festival showcases Korea’s representative cultural assets, and is held twice a year in both spring and fall at Seoul’s five major royal palaces (Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace, Gyeonghuigung Palace) and Jongmyo Shrine. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the festival and is expected to be better than ever, with more programs and the addition of a global reservation system. K-Royal Palaces PASS-holders can enjoy unlimited access to the K-Royal Culture Festival venues and experience a range of events from performances to exhibitions, hands-on programs, reenactments, and more. However, please note that the pass does not allow access to the special ticketed events of Gyeongbokgung Palace Special Evening Admission or Changdeokgung Palace’s Secret Garden.The K-Royal Palaces PASS is available for purchase on major travel platforms. The pass also acts as a transportation card and offers a 10% discount at KHmall off-line stores and Korea House; and a 30% discount on tickets to the musical “The Tribe,” taking place at Sejong Center.K-Royal Culture Festival K-Royal Palaces PASSValid period: April 27 – May 5, 2024Sales period: March 18 – April 25, 2024Price: 10,000 wonSales locations: Klook, KKday, Seoul Travel Pass, Trippose, Get Your Guide, TrazyPick-up period: April 27 – May 5, 2024 / 10:00-17:00Pick-up locations: Incheon International Airport Terminal 1, K-Royal Culture Festival information booth at Gyeongbokgung Palace (available at information booth of other palaces as well)Pick-up process: Show K-Royal Palaces PASS mobile ticket (QR code) to receive the K-Royal Palaces PASS (only required the first time)Website: www.chf.or.kr
    • In English
    • Korea Today
    2024-04-15
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