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Coex is a prominent landmark in Seoul. Located in the central business area, Coex is a destination
for business, shopping, entertainment, and more. With a world-class convention and exhibition center,
Asia's largest underground shopping mall, restaurants and entertainment facilities, Coex is a great
place to go in Seoul. For more information, please visit www.coex.co.kr




Seoul, Soul of Asia

Seoul has been the capital of Korea for about 600 years, since the time of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).
Seoul was referred ti as "Han Yang" during the Joseon Dynasty, however, in 1945, the newly founded Republic of
Korea officially changed its capital city's name to Seoul. Seoul has developed into a bustling metropolis,
action as the hub for political, economic, social, and cultural matters. Seoul has hosted many international
events including: 1998 Olympic Games, 2002 Korea/Japan FIFA World Cup and APEC 2005 Korea
(Economic Leaders' Meeting). The Success of these events has shown people that Korea is
truly an international city. Seoul is the world's 10th-largest city. Its past and present co-exist in a
fascinating way: centuries-old palaces, city gates, shrines, gardens and priceless art collections attest to
the city's illustrious past, while the glistening facades of soaring skyscrapers and the bustling traffic
represent its vibrant present.
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G20 : The Seoul Summit 2010

The Republic of Korea is honored to chair the Group of Twenty in 2010.
The Republic of Korea gears up to become chair of the G20-the international committee that replaced the G8 as
the world's global economic steering body-in 2010, it will also be the first non-Western country to host a summit
meeting of the group next November, following on the heels of those in Washington, Longon, Pittsburgh, and,
earlier next year, Muskoka, Canada.
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