Gyeonggi-do is the most populous district in Korea, and consists up-to 28 cities, and 3 counties. It is also the backbone of the manufacturing industry and IT/technology industry of major corporations such as Samsung, SK and LG. Gyeonggi-do can be divided into South and North, by the Han River, and the West, to account for Incheon City. The western harbors along the province are centers of major trade routes between Korea and the Asian countries. Most of the Gyeonggi-do province is accessible by the Seoul Subway Line, and the City Bus.
Gyeonggi-do is home to the biggest theme park in Korea, Everland, along with the biggest water park next to Everland known as Caribbean Bay. Everland houses the most thrilling roller-coaster called the T-Express. You can also visit the famous Korean folk village to take a glimpse of Korean history and its culture. Finally, similar to Gangwon-do province, the northern Gyeonggi-do province houses the DMZ border as well.
Gyeongju UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour [From Busan]
Jeonju Traditional Hanbok Rental, Tour, & Photoshoot
Gangnam Attractions Combo 2 - COEX, Legend Sports Heroes, City Tour Bus
Seoul Trick Eye, Ice, and Love Museum (3 Museum Package Deal)
News & Events
Itaewon Global Village Festival (이태원지구촌축제)
Every year the Itaewon Global Village Festival brings together a fun mix of Korean traditions and foreign cultures making it stand out as one of the most internationally diverse celebrations in the world! It is a remarkable and fun multicultural event where people learn about and experience different cultures while making new international friends. A range of events take place during the festival beginning with an opening ceremony, K-pop performances, and traditional dance performances from Korea to countries all over the world! If you're a foodie the Global Food Festival is your chance to try a bunch of international dishes! The Food Festival runs throughout the weekend. Programs - Parade - Food Festival - Performances - Etc.
Living in Seoul Talk Series
September 28, 2019 (Saturday) 9:30am to 6:00pm Itaewon Global Village Center will be hosting its first event to commemorate the “International Day for the Universal Access to Information”, entitled “Living in Seoul Talk Series”! This series will be divided into three sessions: Part 1: Living in Seoul Orientation for Newcomers in Korea (9:30am~12:00pm) - A talk on basic information on living in Seoul, crime prevention, banking, medical care, Korean culture and so on. Part 2: Basic Korean Laws by Atty. Jaesung Hong of JS Legal (1:30pm~3:30pm) - A talk on civil and criminal laws in Korea Part 3: Standard Korean Labor Law by Atty. Bongsoo Jung of Kangnam Labor Law Firm (4:00pm~6:00pm) - A talk on basic labor laws As an aspect of Itaewon GVC’s commitment to support foreigners living in Seoul, and as an agency heading the international community, we uphold the undertaking of promoting the importance of knowing one’s rights. This is also an opportunity to help foreigners living in Seoul to have access to the valuable information that will help them adapt and make their lives easier while living in Korea. All foreigners, especially those who are new to Korea are encouraged to join! To join, email us your name, nationality, contact information and the session or sessions you want to join. (Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com)
Seoul Lantern Festival
Venue: Cheonggye Plaza 14-1, Seorin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul (서울특별시 종로구 서린동 14-1 청계광장) Be amazed as massive lanterns light up the 1.2-kilometer long water path along Cheonggyecheon Stream from Cheonggye Plaza to Supyogyo Bridge. Lanterns of all shapes, colors, and sizes will illuminate the surrounding water making this the perfect nighttime activity. See laterns in the shapes of dragons, buildings, fish, soldiers, and more! You can also participate in making wish lanterns and sending them down the stream.