MoViC 2018

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The 14th International Conference on Motion and Vibration Control August 5(Sun)~8(Wed), 2018, Daejeon Convention Center, Korea

General Information
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Visa

Foreign nationals entering the Republic of Korea are generally required to have a valid passport and a Korean visa. However, many are permitted visa-free entry for a limited time under certain conditions.
For details, participants are advised to contact the Korean Embassy in their countries.
For more information, please visit the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Weather

Korea's climate is regarded as a continental climate from a temperate standpoint and a monsoon climate from a precipitation standpoint. The climate of Korea is characterized by four distinct seasons. Spring and autumn are rather short, summer is hot and humid, and winter is cold and dry with abundant snowfall. Temperatures differ widely from region to region within Korea, with the average being between 6 °C (43°F) and 16 °C (61°F).
Element Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun Jul. Aug Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Minimum Temperature(℃) -6.1 -4.1 1.1 7.3 12.6 17.8 21.8 22.1 16.7 9.8 2.9 -3.4
Maximum Temperature(℃) 1.6 4.1 10.2 17.6 22.8 26.9 28.9 29.5 25.6 19.7 11.5 4.2
Rainfall(mm) 21.6 23.6 45.8 88.0 102.2 133.3 327.9 348.0 137.6 49.3 53.0 24.9

TIME & Business Hours

Korean time is 9 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+9). Business hours for banks are generally from 09:30 to 16:30 on weekdays only. Banks are closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. ATMs are widely available. Major department stores are open from 10:30 to 19:30, including Sundays, but smaller shops tend to open earlier and close later every day.

Electricity & VOLTAGE


The electricity supply commonly used in Korea is the 200-volt 60Hz system. Because most newly built hotels and houses have the 220-volt wiring installed, you are advised to check your electronic equipment beforehand.

Currency

Bank notes/Bills

₩50,000

₩10,000

₩5,000

₩1,000
Coin denominations

₩500

₩100

₩50

₩10
The unit of Korean currency is the Won (₩/KRW). Coin denominations are ₩10, ₩50, ₩100 and ₩500. Banknotes are ₩1,000, ₩5,000, ₩10,000 and ₩50,000.

Tipping

Tipping is not a traditional custom in Korea. A 10% service charge will be added to your bill at all tourist restaurants and hotels. It is also not necessary to tip a taxi driver unless he assists you with luggage or provides an extra service.

ATM

Travelers who carry internationally recognized credit cards can get a cash advance in Korea Won from Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) installed at airports, major hotels, department stores, subway stations and tourist attractions. ATMs are in operation 24 hours a day. Most large stores, hotels and restaurants in Korea accept major international credit cards. However it is advisable to carry some cash, since many smaller establishments and stores are unlikely to accept credit cards.

Emergency & Useful Phone Number

According to a survey conducted 2015, South Korea was chosen as the world’s safest nation among 120 countries. South Korea has never been under attack from terrorist group. Possession of guns as well as drugs are prohibited and penalized by law. Also Perfect order reigned throughout the country.
129 Medical Emergency, First Aid Services
119 Emergencies for Fir, Rescue & Hospital Services
112 Police


MoViC 2018

상호 : (사)한국소음진동공학회 / 사업자등록번호 : 220-82-00575 / 대표자 : 김흥식 / 주소 : (우)06651
서울시 서초구 서초중앙로 69 르네상스 오피스텔 1406호
TEL : (02) 3474-8002, 8003 / FAX : (02) 3474-8004 / E-mail : ksnve@ksnve.or.kr

The Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
#1406 Renaissance Officetel 1598-3, Seocho-Dong, Seocho-Gu, Seoul, 06651 Korea
TEL : 82-2-3474-8002, 8003 / FAX : 82-2-3472-8004 / E-mail : ksnve@ksnve.or.kr

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