Located at the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula, the coastal city of Busan features diverse elements ranging from a world-class MICE infrastructure to mountains, rivers, and the sea, making it an optimal location to enjoy both business and pleasure. As a result, the number of bleisure and workcation visitors is on the rise, and Busan is making vigorous marketing efforts as Korea’s only maritime bleisure city.
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UIA's latest newsletter features an interview with Dr Young Nam Kim, Senior Researcher in Oceanography and Executive Committee member and co-organiser of the 7th International Marine Debris Conference (7IMDC)
The contents to be addressed in this Eighth Workshop are structured in conferences and round tables aimed at identifying the emerging threats of microplastics with their potential effect on health, environment and climate change, promoting applied research, circular economy and favoring the development of sustainable chemistry as a strategy to mitigate.
Associate professor Katri Lindfors has been in the organizing committee of numerous Tampere Celiac Disease symposia, and she is a board member in the International Society for the Study of Celiac Disease (ISSCD).
“It’s only Busan to make it happen.”
Busan, a maritime city that boasts MICE!