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Grand Hilton Seoul

353, Yeonhui-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea
SUPER DELUXE(5 Star Level)
- 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
  (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
- For more info: +82-2-2287-8400
Located 7km northwest of Seoul City Hall, Grand Hilton Seoul is situated beside Mt. Baekryoen, offering fresh mountain air and a beautiful natural view. True to the Hilton name, the hotel offers sophisticated services and quality subsidiary facilities such as a convention center, a fitness club, and seven fine dining restaurants and bars.

The hotel is the closest luxury, five-star hotel to the Incheon International Airport (only 45 minutes by car). For the convenience of guests, the hotel operates a free shuttle between the hotel and Itaewon, an area known for its international cuisine and exciting nightlife as well as between the hotel and Hongik University Station.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Seoul

Top 5 Reasons to Choose Seoul

  • Security Seoul is a friendly city with a high level of safety and security and an extremely low crime rate. The city operates the Seoul Global Center that provides various services, including a hotline, for visitors and expats. The Seoul Medical Center also operates an international call center providing multilingual services.
  • Security Koreans are a fun-loving people so it’s not hard to believe that Seoul hosts over 600 festivals every year, including the Lotus Lantern Festival, the World DJ Music Festival, the International Fireworks Festival, the Seoul Performing Arts Festival and the Seoul Gourmet Festival. You’ll really have a tough time finding a more action-packed city.
  • Hospitality The citizens of Seoul offer warm hospitality, enabling visitors to feel welcome and comfortable. You’ll find average citizens giving you assistance or directions while you navigate the city streets or visit local restaurants and tourist attractions. Event organizers and participants from abroad will surely leave Seoul with warm memories of the Korean people.
  • Convenience Seoul has state-of-the art infrastructure including world-class accommodations, modern transportation systems and ubiquitous broadband Internet access. Meetings industry professionals can be assured of having everything they need to make their event a success. They can also take advantage of a free hotline for visitor questions and even a special iPhone application that provides all the information needed to get around the city.
  • Design Seoul has been designated as World Design Capital 2010 as part of efforts to promote and encourage the use of design to further the social, economic and cultural development of the world’s cities. Korea is making urban design headlines at home and overseas, especially due to Seoul where you can see unique and ultra-modern structures and public areas everywhere.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Seoul
Landmarks in Seoul

Must-See Landmarks of Seoul

  • Namsan Seoul Tower
    Namsan Seoul Tower
    From Big Ben to the Statue of Liberty to the Sydney Opera House, nations across the world are dotted with iconic architecture that have become synonymous with their city and Korea is no different. For Seoul, the must-visit attraction for international visitors is Namsan Seoul Tower, visible from nearly anywhere within the capital. Originally created as a broadcasting tower, the site has now become a beloved cultural space featuring a beautiful observatory and various experience facilities.
    The entire city of Seoul can be seen spreading out in all directions from the observatory at the top of Namsan Seoul Tower. Visitors can also enjoy trying on hanbok and visiting various exhibitions within the complex. The many restaurants and cafés at the tower are great for taking a break. The tower becomes even more romantic at night, when the city lights up.

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    Eland Cruise
    Since 1986, Elandcruise Inc. has operated cruises on the Han River to the public. Currently Elandcruise Inc. operates in a total of 7 dock and 2 terminals in Yeouido, Jamsil, Ttukseom, Yangwha, jamdubong, Seonyudo, Seoul Forest, Gimpo and in Incheon. Elandcruise Inc. is committed to developing the natural resources of Seoul’s Han River and combining culture and tourism to make it a world class attraction for locals and visitors alike.

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  • Namsangol Hanok Village
    Namsangol Hanok Village
    • Located in the heart of Namsan Mountain, Namsangol Hanok Village (NHV) comprises five hanok buildings, the Gukakdang(Traditional Music Theater), Traditional Garden, and Seoul Millennium Time Capsule Square. The NHV offers diverse cultural programs both traditional and contemporary, and tries to incorporate them in a harmonious way. By doing so, we hope to help visitors reflect on Korean tradition from a fresh perspective, discover its hidden values, and ultimately, make the past feel closer and more relevant.
    • * A Space in Seoul Dedicated to Korean Traditional Arts and Culture
      Namsangol Hanok Village (NHV) provides a wide range of programs and events designed to offer fresh insight into Korea's traditional culture through music and arts performances, hands-on cultural activities, and seasonal and special festivals.

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  • Dongdaemun
    Dongdaemun : The Biggest Shopping Area
    Dongdaemun is a top attraction that is constantly crowded with international visitors! Tourists who visit this area typically only spend an hour or two here, but there are so many things to do or see that you may even spend an entire day exploring. Some of the most representative attractions found in this area include the nation's first designated treasure, Heunginjimun Gate, the all-time favorite Cheonggyecheon Stream, as well as the notable landmark of this district, Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP). 
    The area of Dongdaemun is bigger than most tourists know and thus, several hidden attractions are often left unexplored. Read on for our very own one-day guide for first-time travelers to have a productive time in the Dongdaemun district!.

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Korean Society for Stem Cell Research (Business Registration Number : 668-82-00175)
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5008, The Catholic University For Korea Institute of Biomedical Industry, 222, Banpo-daero, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea 06591

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