Above: A warm welcome at the Jeju International Airport by representatives of Jeju Tourism Organization headed by Ms Song Ha-Young of the convergence and strategy department.
Row 1: Visit to a folk village with houses of grass roofs and dol hareubang stone statues which resemble old grandfathers.
Row 2: Feast of Korean dishes and the famous tangerine from Jeju.
Row 3: Make-up and hair demonstration at Hanyang University's beauty department. Trip to the Art Center for a lesson on tie and dye.
Row 4: Tour of the Jeju International Convention Center.
Row 5: Winter snow on volcanic Mount Hallasan.
Row 6: A sprawling resort of traditional Korean style rooms overlooking the sea with tangerine trees well lighted at night.
Row 7: Hello Kitty suite of the Lotte Hotel.
Row 8: Hanwha Aqua Planet, the biggest aquarium in Asia covering an area 25,600 square metres that holds 10,800 tons of water - showcasing 48,000 aquatic animals of 500 species of marine life.
The Jeju Tourism Organization recently organised a familiarisation tour of Jeju Island for media from Malaysia and Singapore to learn about meetings and conventions, as well as incentives available there.
MICE in Asia would like to thank Ms Song Ha-Young and her team for arranging the trip.