Venues of Seoul

The Korean Peninsula is located in North east Asia.
The Korean peninsula is roughly 1,030 km (612 miles) long and 175 km (105 miles) wide at its narrowest point. Korea’s total land area is 100,033 sq km, and it has a population of 49.8 million people (2011).
Because of its unique geographical location, Korea is a very valuable piece of land and an international hub of Asia.
Seoul, Located in the western part of the central region of the Korean Peninsula and the capital city of the Republic of Korea, has been the center of the country throughout its long history from the prehistoric era to the present day.

Seoul is either classified as a humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cwa), using the −3 °C (26.6 °F) isotherm of the original Köppen scheme, or a humid continental climate (Köppen Dwa), using the 0 °C (32 °F) isotherm preferred by some climatologists. Summers are generally hot and humid, with the East Asian monsoon taking place from June until September. August, the warmest month, has average high and low temperatures of 29.6 and 22.4 °C (85 and 72 °F) with higher temperatures possible. Winters are often cold to freezing with average January high and low temperatures of 1.5 and −5.9 °C (34.7 and 21.4 °F) and are generally much drier than summers, with an average of 28 days of snow annually. Sometimes, temperatures do drop dramatically to below −10.0 °C (14.0 °F), in odd occasions rarely as low as −15.0 °C (5.0 °F) in the mid winter period between January and February.

We are confident that the guests will not be disappointed. We have some of the best Muni trails, convention centers, racing circuits, and recreational facilities all within close proximity of the Unicon venues.
There are myriad great places for visitors to enjoy.
We are preparing for UNICON with the utmost sincerity and wishes for a successful launch of Unicon19.

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