MICE in Seoul
Somesevit is one of the famous landmarks in Korea. It is actually an artificial island which is located near the southernmost part of Banpo Bridge. This landmark attraction has several halls and restaurants for exhibition, seminar, and gala dinner like FIC Convention Hall, Vista Restaurant and a few more outdoor venues on top of the building. Throughout May to September, there will be Banpo Bridge Fountain Show so it is nice to visit the Hangang Park surrounding the island area for riverside cycling and chilling. You can also visit the CNN Café at the Gavit building for some coffee while enjoying the night view and the lighting show of Banpo Bridge.
The Korea Furniture Museum (KOFUM) provides a Korean cultural experience for dining and other events in a compound of 10 traditional Korean houses (hanok). With a collection of more than 2,000 pieces of traditional Korean antique furniture dating from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), KOFUM provides one of the most comprehensive and panoramic views of traditional Korean culture.
Situated on the southern shores of the Hangang (River) in central Seoul, Seoul Marina Club & Yacht forms part of the city’s first inshore marina. Its striking four-story clubhouse is frequently the site of a whole range of business events, including promotions, festivals, meetings, and much more, while its marina provides 45 berths and a variety of power yachts for river-based activities. Clubhouse facilities include the Italian restaurant Cafe Breeze and three convention halls.