Place with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Korea
Place with the richest Korean historical heritage
In Gyeongju, exist not only UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Seokguram grotto, Bulguksa temple, Gyeongju Historic Areas and Yangdong Folk Village, but also, 34 national treasures and 93 treasures designated by the Korean government which make the city the place of the richest historical heritage in Korea. Here in Gyeongju, feel the streams of Korean history beginning from Silla and continuing to Goryeo, Chosun period and even now.
The one-stop fascinating tourist & MICE haven
with a variety of things to enjoy and places to rest
With the three Korea unique venues designated by the Korea Tourism Organization, Gyeongju boasts its wide range of things to see and do such as MICE venues, theme parks, experience centers and observatories. In addition, a number of different types of accomodations such as luxurious hotels, resorts, traditional Korean style houses, camping sites are ready. All these make the city the perfect tourist & MICE spot where all visitors are surely satisfied.
The place with
Abundant experience in MICE events
Since 2015, more than 1,050 meetings, conferences, and conventions have been held solely at Gyeongju Hwabaek Convention center. The 2022 statistics by ICCA indicates that among the basic local governments in Korea, the most international events took place in Gyeongju. It is certain that event holders and visitors can’t be happier than ever with the what tourism & MICE service providers in Gyeongju offer.
ICCA(The International Congress and Convention Association)
Headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the ICCA is a nonprofit trade organization whose primary purpose is to be the global community for the meetings industry, enabling its members to generate and maintain significant competitive advantage..
the ICCA is a nonprofit global community for the meetings industry, headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, which has over 1,000 members in over 90 different countries.