Accommodation

LOTTE Hotel & Resort Jeju



LOTTE Hotel Jeju is Korea’s leading resort hotel located in the Jungmun Tourism Complex on the beautiful island of Jeju. Inspired by the worldrenowned resort hotel The Palace of the Lost City in South Africa, LOTTE Hotel Jeju boasts the lush beauty of nature and an exotic atmosphere.
The hotel features 500 guest rooms, 8 dining options, 7 banquet halls, making it an optimal venue for major international events and seminars.
The luxurious camping zone, all-season spa pool, Hello Kitty character rooms, Kids World and various entertainment elements also continue to draw families and couples.

Charlotte Room



Designed in soft light brown shades of wood and white, the Chalotte Room presents a romantic and comfortable atmosphere and can become
a venue for stylish parties and refined business gatherings.

Volcano Fountain Show

– Las Vegas style Volcano fountain show-right before you
The true-to-life Volcano Fountain Show is the work of SPECTRA, the producer of the Volcano Show at Las Vegas Mirage Hotel. With great skill, a great dragon is brought to life, domineering over a battle between the spirits of water and fire, the two forces of nature that composed Jeju Island in ancient times. Impressive special effects, such as an erupting mountain and a fire-breathing dragon, overwhelming sound effects, and a water screen that projects moving images on the flowing fountain will amaze onlookers, both young and old. Indulge yourself at the hotel’s outdoor buffet and enjoy mellow live music and Jeju’s one and only Las Vegas Volcano Fountain Show.




Spa & Garden

Get a healing relaxation that satisfies your five senses from He:on Spa & Garden with four seasons of warmness. Just like its name He: (ocean) and on (warmth), all-season outdoor spa pool resembles the nature of Jeju so much. Enjoy the warm swimming pool in the starry night and take a walk in an exotic garden that perfectly harmonizes with Jeju nature – then you will be experiencing the best rest in the world you’ve dreamed of!

Sam Nam Jung

-Experience Korea’s tradition and beauty
A place where everyone becomes a poet and whispers words of love.
As a traditional Korean gazebo, Samnam Garden is modeled after Anapji of Gyeongju.
With its enchanting and relaxing atmosphere, it is the very place for foreign visitors to experience Korea’s traditional beauty




Lotte Hotel, Jeju


Main Conference Venue
Reservation : Download and fill out forms and send them to Email
(rsv.hotel.jeju@lotte.net)
More Infornation : http://www.lottehotel.com/jeju

The Suites Hotel Jeju

(Business hotel)

Distance from Lotte Hotel(Venue) : 500m
Reservation
- Download and fill out forms and send them to E-mail(jeju@suites.co.kr / suitehotel@hanmail.net)
More Infornation : http://jeju.suites.co.kr

Hotel Hana Jungmun

(Business hotel)

Distance from Lotte Hotel(Venue) : 300m
Reservation
- Download and fill out forms and send them to E-mail
(hotelhana@hotmail.com)
More Infornation : http:// http://www.hotelhana.co.kr


* For more information, please visit to http://www.lottehotel.com/jeju

General Information

Jeju Island is the largest volcanic island in Korea. Officially called Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, this premier tourist destination boasts mild weather, as well as scenic beauties of beaches, waterfalls, cliffs and caves. Some of the top tourist sites include Hallasan National Park with a largely diverse species of flora and fauna, SeongsanIlchulbong Peak with breathtaking views, and Manjanggul Cave, the world’s longest lava tube that has been registered as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage. Meanwhile, Jeju has recently won the Global Geopark certificate, and also has been selected as the New7 Wonders of Nature. Located: In close proximity to major cities of Korea, China, and Japan at a central location in Northeast Asia.
Population: 562,000
Area: 1,848 ㎢ (the largest island of the Korea Republic)
Climate: Subtropical with distinctive four seasons.
Visa: No-visa entry allowed for visitors from 180 countries up to 30 days.
More Information : http://webtrans.wordia.co.kr:7000/etgi/

Visa Information

Any foreign visitors wishing to enter the Republic of Korea must have a valid passport and, if necessary, obtain a Korean visa prior to entering Korea. However, many are permitted visa-free entry for a limited time under certain conditions. Nationals of those countries or regions with which Korea has signed a visa waiver agreement can enter without a visa, on the condition that they do not engage in remunerative activities during their stay. The homepage of the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade provides information on which countries citizens require a visa. Please contact the Korean Embassy or Consulate in your departure country for further details.

If you are a citizen of one of the countries under visa exemption agreements (Table 1) or in accordance with principles of reciprocity or national interest (Table 2), you can enter Jeju directly or via Seoul (Incheon, Gimpo) with valid passport without visa.

If you are not a citizen of the countries listed below, you will need a valid passport and visa to enter mainland Korea. However, if you enter Jeju directly without connecting at Seoul (Incheon, Gimpo) or other Korean cities, and you are not a citizen of Afghanistan, Cuba, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria, Macedonia, Palestine, Sudan, or Syria, then you will be granted visa-free entry for 30 days with a valid passport.

* Click here for more information about no-visa entry arrangements for the Jeju island.

* If you need the invitation letter for VISA, please contact us (support@airs2017.org)

Countries under Visa Exemption Agreements

Continents Country/Period(days)
Europe Austria / 90
Belgium / 90
Bulgaria / 90
Czech Republic / 90
Denmark / 90
Estonia / 90
Finland / 90
France / 90
Greece / 90
Germany / 90
Hungary / 90
Iceland / 90
Ireland / 90
Italy / 60
Liechtenstein / 90
Luxembourg / 90
Malta / 90
Netherlands / 90
Norway / 90
Portugal / 60
Poland / 90
Romania / 90
Spain / 90
Slovak Republic / 90
Sweden / 90
Switzerland / 90
United Kingdom / 90
Asia and Oceania Bangladesh / 90
Israel / 90
Malaysia / 90
New Zealand / 90
Pakistan / 90
Singapore / 90
Thailand / 90
Turkey / 90
Americas Antigua and Barbuda / 90
Bahamas / 90
Barbados / 90
Brazil / 90
Colombia / 90
Costa Rica / 90
Common wealth of
Dominica / 90
Dominican Republic / 90
El Salvador / 90
Grenada / 90
Haiti / 90
Jamaica / 90
Mexico / 90
Nicaragua / 90
Panama / 90
Peru / 90
St. Lucia / 90
St. Kitts and Nevis / 90
St. Vincent & the
Grenadines / 90
Surinam / 90
Trinidad and Tobago / 90
Africa Lesotho / 60
Liberia / 90
Morocco / 90 Tunisia / 30

Countries or Regions under principles of reciprocity and national interest

Continents Country/Period(days)
Asia Brunei / 30
Hong Kong / 90
Japan / 90
Kuwait / 30
Macao / 30
Oman / 30
Qatar / 30
Saudi Arabia / 30
Taiwan / 30
United Arab emirates / 30
Yemen / 30
North America Canada / 180 United States / 30  
South America Argentina / 90
Chile / 90
Guatemala / 30
Honduras / 30
Paraguay / 30
Uruguay / 30
Venezuela / 30
Europe Albania / 30
Croatia / 90
Cyprus / 30
Latvia / 90
Lithuania / 90
Monaco / 30
Slovenia / 90
Vatican / 30
Oceania Australia / 90
Fiji / 30
Guam / 30
Kiribati / 30
Marshall Islands/ 30
Palau / 30
Nauru / 30
New Caledonia / 30
Africa Republic of South Africa / 30 Swaziland / 30  

Indicative Dates

Abstract submission deadline  15 Jul 2017
Paper submission deadline 19 Jul 2017
Posters and demos submission deadline 19 Jul 2017
Notification of acceptance 16 Aug 2017
Camera ready  9 Sep 2017
Early-bird registration closes 30 Sep 2017
Normal registration closes 31 Oct 2017
On-site registration 1 - 24 Nov 2017
Pre-conference(Asia Data Week) 20 - 22 Nov 2017
AIRS 2017 conference 22 - 24 Nov 2017