A strong pipeline of conventions this year is headed to South Korea
this year. Backed by its comprehensive pandemic prevention measures to
dynamic MICE zones, South Korea is ready to welcome international
delegates to its prime conference and exhibition regions.
the pandemic, Seoul’s MICE Safe Zone has maintained the confidence of
planners with its prevention measures, sanitation, and safety protocols.
Other regions too have established solid foundations with their
"International Conference Complex" MICE Zones. They include Goyang,
Incheon, Gwangju, Busan, and Daegu, where participants have convenient
access to specialised conference facilities, hotels, and recreational
venues. Additionally, Busan's strong campaign initiatives and its
"Haeundae International Conference Complex Zone" have ensured it keeps a
high-profile on the global stage.
Daegu, around 800 researchers and policymakers from 30 countries will
be attending the 2022 World Conference of Gerontechnology, a field that
has recently captured the world's attention with its advanced
technologies for the elderly. It will also welcome the international
robotics conference "RSS 2023", which will be held in Asia for the first
time when it opens in Daegu. More than 500 scholars and representatives
from global companies related to robotics such as Amazon, KUKA,
Samsung, Google, and NVIDIA are expected to attend.
Meanwhile, the Busan International Motor Show will open for the first
time in four years since the Covid-19 breakout, under the theme "Next
Mobility, A Celebration." It presents the future of motor trends by
exhibiting eco-friendly vehicles and autonomous driving technologies.
The event will also include specialised academic events and seminars in
diverse fields such as eco-friendly vehicles, special vehicles,
motorcycles, e-mobility and vehicle IT, parts and accessories, and
autonomous driving technology.
Other international events for the year include the "XVI UNESCO
Creative Cities Network Annual Conference" in 2022 in Gyeonggi-do and
"Interspeech 2022" in Incheon. International conferences with 105
participating countries are set to open consecutively, including the
"World Forestry Congress" in Seoul with around 10,000 participants, and
the "World Leaders' Conservation Forum" to be held in Jeju Island.