The breeding ground of Korean culture, home of the Silla Buddhism
Gyeongsangbuk-do is the heart of a glorious province that was enriched by Buddhist culture and Confucianist scholars.
In 1970, the province initiated the Sae-Maeul Undong Movement which structured the moderniazation of Korea. The Province surrounds Daegu City and accounts 10 cities and 13 counties including the ancient Silla capital, Gyeongju. It accounts a rich cultural legacy including UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites, the Gyeongju Historic Areas, the Seokguram Grotto and the Bulguksa Temple with historical villages such as Hahoe and Yangdong. It also has natural landscape and over 300 km of natural coastlines.
Gyeongsangbuk-do, one of the driving forces of Korea's economic growth, is the center of the world-class textile and steel industries. Accounting the largest amount of universities after Seoul, the region has educated and trained many researchers and technicians. The Province is preparing a new take off to become a world-class city of water industry for membrane manufacturers.
HICO – Main Venue
- 182, Bomun-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbukdo
Hyundai Hotel Gyeongju
- 338, Bomun-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Gyeongju HICO – Hyundai Hotel Gyeongju (1.7km)