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Technical Tour


Date & Time 09:00 – 19:00, November 4 (Wed.)
Itinerary Masion Glad Hotel → KIER Jeju Global Research Center → Manjanggul Lava Tube → Seongsan Sunrise Peak → Maison Glad Hotel
Price USD 20 (KRW 20,000)
Payment Please pay the tour fee at the on-site registration desk until June 1 (Mon.)
Inclusion English Tour Guide, Transportation, Entrance Fee, Lunch
Personnel Max. 40 persons
How to apply If you want to join in this technical tour, please reserve at conference online registration site
(Due to the limited seats on the bus, the reservation for technical tour can be closed earlier than conference registration deadline.)


09:00 Maison Glad Jeju Hotel lobby
10:00 – 12:00 Technical tour at KIER Jeju Global Research Center
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch and free time
14:00 – 15:30 Manjanggul Lava Tube Tour
15:30 – 17:30 Seongsan Sunrise Peak Tour
19:00 Maison Glad Jeju Hotel lobby

KIER Jeju Global Research Center

The Jeju Global Research Center (JGRC) was established with the 3 goals; marine energy connected to the land new and renewable energy (on/off shore convergence original technology development), integration demonstration platform establishment and test evaluation, global exchange program and education/training in order for local characterization and energy self-sufficiency technology development.

JGRC is composed of the Marine Energy Convergence and Integration, System Convergence, Wind Energy Laboratory. JGRC are continuously developing future advanced technologies through collaborating with domestic/overseas advanced university and laboratory.

Manjanggul Lava Tube

Manjanggul Laba Tube, situated at Donggimnyeong-ri, Gujwa-eup, North Jeju, 30 km east of Jeju City, was designated as Natural Monument No. 98 on March 28, 1970. The 7,416-meter long cave has been officially recognized as the longest lava tube in the world. The annual temperature inside the cave ranges from 11℃ to 21℃, thus facilitating a favorable environment throughout the year. The cave is also academically significant as rare species live in the cave.

Seongsan Sunrise Peak

rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jejudo Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Sunrise Peak. The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m high with the 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater. This was designated by UNESCO as World Nature Heritage in 2007, and named a New 7 Wonder in 2011.