Welcome to Seoul
Being one of worlds' most modern and vibrant capital cities, Seoul has a perfect balance between contemporary society and traditional culture. Palaces like the Gyeongbokgung and Chandeokgung palace, and places of traditional culture like Insadong, Bukchon Hanok Village coexist next to the shopping and entertainment districts of Myeongdong and Apgujeong.
For more travel information about Seoul, click the banner below.
Do you need a visa to travel?
The organisers of CPhI Korea can help you obtain your visa to travel for the event by issuing an invitation letter for you. To apply for the letter, follow this link: Get my invitation letter.
- You need to be pre-registered for the event before applying for an invitation letter
- It can take up to 10 working days for us to process your request
- CPhI Korea will not contact the embassy on your behalf and cannot guarantee that you will be granted a visa
Accommodation in Seoul
Please find below the hotels which offer quality service and ideal access to the venue at special rates. You can download the hotel reservation form and submit it to the contact person through email.
- Breakfast is not included in above rates.
- VAT and service charges are not included in below rates
- Please contact the hotels for detailed information.
- Hotel Riviera | 5 mins by car | Kim Seong Woo: [email protected] | Download
- SHILLA STAY Yeoksam | 5 mins by car | Jonghyun Lee: [email protected]stay.com | Download
- ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Gangnam | 8 mins by walk | Patrick Nam: [email protected] | Download
- Ramada Seoul Hotel | 5 mins by car | Ellen Nam: [email protected]mid.co.kr | Download
- Hotel Samjung | 10 mins by car | Arnold Um: [email protected]hotel.co.kr | Download
- Hotel Entra | 5 mins by car | John Kim: [email protected]hotel.com | Download
- BEST WESTER PREMIER Gangnam Hotel | 5 mins by car | Euness Ji: [email protected]gangnam.com | Download
- Hotel Peyto Samseong | 5 mins by walk | Ryan Kim: [email protected]hotel.com | Download
Korean food is some of the healthiest on earth, with an emphasis on vegetables, meats cooked simply and without much oil, and a near obsession with the fermented vegetable kimchi, which can be something of an acquired taste for non-Koreans. The Koreans have perfected the art of preserving food, so many side dishes are picked, fermented or salted and many are spicy.
Have a look at this link to find all the restaurants at the venue, so you can focus your efforts onsite.