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Indonesia’s Universitas Muhammadiyah Incentive Group Explores Bukchon

Indonesia’s Universitas Muhammadiyah Incentive Group Explores Bukchon

Indonesia’s Universitas Muhammadiyah Incentive Group,

Explores Bukchon Through Seoul’s Incentive Support

On July 6, 100 faculty members of the Universitas Muhammadiyah from Indonesia took the time to explore the Bukchon Hanok village.


The visitors who came to Seoul as part of an incentive tour trip enjoyed the unique charm of Seoul by experiencing the Korean Wave as well as the traditional aspects of Bukchon Hanok village, a popular attraction in Seoul. This was done through team building programs motivated by the popular TV program, ‘Running Man’.

The Universitas Muhammadiyah Incentive group conducted the event by utilizing the 2017 Seoul experience support program. For the group, the Seoul Metropolitan Government provided vehicles, photographers, team identification necklaces, banners, awards for winning teams, and Seoul MICE volunteers to help facilitate the event.

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The Seoul Metropolitan Government is currently supporting a variety of Seoul experience programs for corporate conferences and incentive groups visiting Seoul, such as the Universitas Muhammadiyah Incentive group. This is a special support program that is being offered from April to December this year as part of the 『Seoul Tourism Special Measures』, making it a great opportunity for organizations to use if they are planning to visit Seoul this year.

※ Seoul Special Experience Program (April to December 2017)

  1. Walking on Seoullo 7017
  2. Bicycle riding on the Han River
  3. Trekking on the Seoul City Wall
  4. Hallyu program(K-pop dance, makeover, etc)
  5. Traditional culture program
  6. Newly suggested program

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