Unique Venues

Busan Cinema Center

Busan Cinema Center
Busan Cinema Center

At a Glance

54,335 m2
10 floors
5,600 seats
507 Parking Spaces

The centerpiece of the Busan International Film Festival, Asia’s largest and most acclaimed annual film gathering, the Busan Cinema Center is an architectural marvel designed by famed Viennese firm Coop Himmelb(l)au.

The Cinema Center’s cantilever roof is the world’s largest, soaring over an outdoor plaza capable of seating 4,300 people. The exterior boasts 42,600 LED lights synchronized to create magnificent visual displays, all right in the heart of Busan’s conference district.

The Bay 101

The Bay 101

At a Glance

3 yachts
72 feet
100-Person Capacity
2014 First Set Sail

If you’re looking for the perfect place to host your MICE event, The Bay 101 is another of the many great options Busan has to offer. The Bay 101 features a luxurious Marine Hall for your meetings, seminars, workshops, and conferences—complete with enough room for a private concert.

In between meetings, or after wrapping them up at the end of the day, step out for a full-course dinner at Daedo beef restaurant. A staple in Korea, Daedo’s tender, pan-fried beef has delighted customers for over 50 years.

If you and your group are more in the mood for something light, grab a bite at Fingers and Chat dining pub for some great fish and chips. Take in the stunning view of the Marine City skyline, home to the seventh-tallest apartment complex in the world, shooting high into the Busan sky while reflecting brightly on the water.

Busan Sea Life Aquarium

Busan Sea Life Aquarium
Busan Sea Life Aquarium

At a Glance

36,000 m2
3 Underground Floors
35,000 Ocean Species
300 Meeting Capacity

The Busan ‘Sea Life’ Aquarium, situated right in the middle of Haeundae Beach, houses over over 250 marine species and has some 10,000 aquatic animals and fishes on display. This state-of-the-art facility is one of Korea’s top aquariums and the top tourist attraction in the Haeundae area, covering an area of 36,000 square meters spread over three underground levels.

While the Busan Aquarium is a popular destination for families and tourists alike, it also provides a unique meeting experience. The Busan Aquarium hosts meetings and seminars where up to 300 guests can marvel at the undersea world while meeting inside or at either end of the shark tunnel.

Beomeosa Temple

Beomeosa Temple
Beomeosa Temple

At a Glance

Established 678 AD
360 rooms
Reconstructed 1602
1,000 Monks in Attendance

Beomeosa is Busan’s largest and most famous Buddhist temple, and is among the city’s most popular tourist destinations among those looking to experience a bit of history, culture, or just wanting a place to unwind amidst a gorgeous natural setting. When one thinks of Beomeosa, ‘business’ is certainly not the first word that comes to mind.

You may be surprised to learn that Beomeosa is also a popular place to hold MICE related events, especially seminars, dinner meetings, awards ceremonies, and speaking engagements. As a venue, Beomeosa offers a truly unique setting to conduct business related events. Get away from the boardrooms and convention halls, and instead sit among the historic temple buildings while surrounded by the beautiful mountainous foliage and other natural splendors that Beomeosa has to offer. Engage your colleagues and network in a setting that inspires creativity, lifts spirits, and puts everyone at ease.