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BEXCO (Busan Exhibition and Convention Center)

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Since its opening in September 2001, BEXCO has constantly received international spotlight for successfully hosting large-scale events such as the 2002 FIFA Korea/Japan World Cup (final draw ceremony), 2004 ITU Telecom Asia, 2005 APEC Summit, 2006 UNESCAP Ministerial Conference on Transport, 2008 JCI ASPAC, 2009 OECD World Forum, 2010 World Congress on Intelligent Transport System, 2011 International Association of Ports and Harbors and 2012 Lions Club International Convention. Located in the heart of the famous Haeundae Beach resort district, BEXCO features over 46,500㎡ of exhibition space capable of housing over 3,000 booths with maximum floor load of 3-5 ton per square meter and 49 meeting rooms in various sizes. In June 2012, BEXCO completed its ambitious expansion project to add a new state-of-the-art 4,000 seat auditorium and a new exhibition center to satisfy the needs of its international clients and to become Asia’s most competitive convention center. When it comes to hosting international meetings, incentive tours, conventions, and exhibitions, BEXCO boasts not only impressive infrastructures but also comprehensive resources to help your organization achieve success in Busan.

Address: #55 APEC-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan (612-704)

TEL: +82-51-740-7300

FAX: +82-51-740-7320

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Transportation & Travel

To Busan Via Seoul (Incheon Int'l Airport) to Busan
Those who are traveling a long distance from America or Europe may come via Incheon International Airport(IIA)-Seoul, which is one of the largest Airport hub in the world. Connecting flights from Incheon Int'l Airport(ICN) to Busan(Gimhae Int'l Airport) are offered 4 times a day in the early morning and in the late evening.

By Air (Gimhae Int'l Airport)
Busan’s Gimhae International Airport operates 27 direct international lines from 9 countries. The 50-minute domestic flights from Seoul(Gimpo Airport) to Busan is available every 30 minutes. (,
* Direct International Flights to Busan from: Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, Nagoya, Sapporo(Japan), Shenyang, Qingdao, Pudong, Beijing, Guangzhou, Huangzhou, Dalian, Weihai, Yentai, Yanji(China), Hong Kong, Macau, Bangkok, Manila, Cebu(Philippines), Ho Chi Minh(Vietnam), Taipei(Taiwan), Vladivostok, Siem Reap(Cambodia), Saipan, Phuket(Thailand)

By train (Busan Station)
From Incheon Int'l Airport, you can easily go to Seoul Station by taking Airport Railroad Express or KAL limousine bus. There are frequent departures from Seoul to Busan, from 5:30 AM to 11PM. It is approximately 2-hr-40-minute travel by high-speed train called KTX( Alternatively, a direct KTX line has newly opened from IIA to Busan, 6 times a day(06:55, 09:07, 12:07, 16:35, 18:35, 20:35), taking about 3 hrs 40 minutes to Busan Station.

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