WTC Seoul
World Trade Center Seoul
KITA aims to foster World Trade Center Seoul(WTCS) into a global hub for business and the MICE industry. WTCS is one of Seoul’s foremost location for business, shopping, dining and entertainment. In addition to COEX Mall, which is Asia’s largest underground mall, WTCS offers office space for global trading firms and world-class facilities for domestic and international exhibitions as well as conventions.

The WTC Seoul, owned and run by the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), joined the WTCA in 1972. It strives to be the World's Best Business Center, managing global information networks to mediate business transactions and to provide the most useful trade information.

The WTC Seoul is a 605,221-square-meter facility that includes 55-floor and 41-floor trade towers, an exhibition and convention facility, two deluxe hotels, a city air terminal, a shopping mall and entertainment center. It also served as the venue for the third Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in the year 2000, G-20 Seoul Summit in 2010 and Nuclear Security Summit in 2012. With four subterranean levels and four floors, COEX (Convention & Exhibition Center), a sub-sidiary of KITA, offers a space equipped with state-of-the-art communications facilities and advanced systems to accommodate major events ranging from large-scale international conferences to the latest high-tech exhibitions.

PROXIMITY TO AIRPORT 60 to 90 minutes by city air terminal bus.
  • World Trade Center Seoul
    · Trade Tower. 511 Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu Seoul, 06164 Republic of Korea
    · Telephone: (82 2) 1566 5114
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