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exterior view of KINTEX - Korea International Exhibition Center
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The largest & newest venue of Korea - KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center) - co invested by 3 governmental organizations (KOTRA, Gyeonggi-do, Goyang-city) was opened in April, 2005.

Currently, KINTEX is leading a major surge of space availability of Korea, offering multi-functional indoor exhibition space of 53,541㎡. With 5 exhibition halls and 23 meeting rooms, KINTEX has been successfully staging numerous exhibitions, meetings and events in its full diversity.

For more information, refer to http://www.kintex.com/english/main.jsp

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