Wednesday 19 April 2017 - Arrival of participants in Jeju during the morning and early afternoon. Welcome Dinner in the evening.
Thursday 20 April 2017 - Korean companies pitches and one-to-one meetings. Free evening.
Friday 21 April 2017 - One-to-one meetings and Farewell Dinner.
Saturday 22 April 2017 - Departure of the European Delegation.
The conference will be held in Jeju, South Korea at the Lotte Jeju (35, Jungmungwangwang-ro, 72beon-gil, Seogwipo, Jeju Island, South Korea). It will also be the hotel of the European delegation.
We will book some rooms for the European delegation in Lotte Jeju, which is also the conference venue.
Information regarding transport will be forwarded to you upon registration.
English and Korean only. All the speakers sessions will be simultaneously translated into English and Korean. Please pay attention that there will be no translation service during the one-to-one meetings.
For information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Yolanda Alonso: (32) (2) 242 93 53
Our host town - Jeju Island
Located southwest of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island (제주도) is a volcanic island in the shape of an oval that measures 73km from west to east, and 31km from north to south. As Korea’s most southern region, the weather on Jeju Island remains significantly warmer than the mainland even during the cold winter months. Jeju Island is sometimes referred to as “Samdado Island” (삼다도, meaning the “three many”) because of its abundance of rocks, women, and wind. Wind from the ocean blows steadily throughout the year and past volcanic activity has littered the island with an assortment of beautiful and unusually-shaped black rocks. The island’s reputation of having an abundance of women points back to the time when fishing was the primary means of income and many men were lost at sea.
In addition to having its own unique culture, Jeju is full of breathtaking sights and unusual attractions: World Heritage Sites (such as Hallasan Mountain and Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak) and sandy beaches alongside turquoise waters. Small mountains ((called Oreum (오름) in Jeju dialect)) are found all across the island. There are said to be more than 365 oreums, more than one for each day of the year! The "Jeju Olle" paths offer a great opportunity to explore this unique landscape, leading visitors among quiet places off the beaten path.
More touristic information on this page.