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Daejeon is a large city located in the center of Korea. Major train lines and expressways go through this home of major government, science and education facilities. With the success of the Daejeon Expo in 1993, the city began to concentrate its efforts in promoting itself as a city of science and technology. Daejeon is also designated by the Central Government as the country's second administrative capital (after Seoul), with the central governmental buildings erected in 1997. Since rebranding the city from a science and technology perspective, the government chose Daedeok as its main R&D zone to form a base to promote international business cooperation in science, and to enhance its standing in international community.
About Conference Venue - Daejeon Convention Center (DCC)
The Daejeon Convention Center (DCC) was opened on April 21, 2008 in support of the local convention industry, one of the Daejeon's fastest going industries. The DCC is a state-of-the-art facility with a grand ballroom with seating for up to 2,000 and an exhibition hall with a capacity of 2,600. Covering an area of 29,228 square meters (B1-4F), the DCC boasts 24 professional meeting rooms including eight medium-sized meeting rooms (1F) and four exhibition halls (1F).
Partner companies of the DCC include international meeting planners, hotels, PR and printing companies, and travel agencies, offering one-stop services for business travelers.