REGISTRATION TERMS & CONDITIONS

Pre-Registration Deadline: September 9, 2019

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Registration Fee

Registration Type EarlyUntil May 31 StandardUntil September 9 LateOn-Site
Academic KRW 800,000 KRW 850,000 KRW 900,000
Student/Trainee KRW 400,000 KRW 450,000 KRW 500,000
Industry/Corporate KRW 900,000 KRW 1,000,000 KRW 1,100,000
Gala Dinner KRW 120,000
  • Academic: Registrants who are employed by a university, college, research institution or government agency
  • Student/Trainee: Registrants who are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at an academic institution
  • Industry/Corporate: Registrants who are employed at a company

Registration Includes:

  • Symposium admission, including all scientific sessions
  • Conference Materials including the Program/Book of Abstracts
  • Coffee/Tea breaks, lunches, as outlined in the program
    The Symposium registration fee does not include the Gala Dinner or cover airfare, hotel, or other costs.

Method of Payment

  • Full payment in Korean Won is required at the time of online registration. Visa, MasterCard, and American Express credit and debit cards are accepted. HCV 2019 will be listed as the vendor on your credit card statement.
  • Payment of registration fees by bank transfer can be facilitated. Please contact hcv2019@hbni.co.kr for the relevant details.

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellation requests must be made in writing to hcv2019@hbni.co.kr.
  • Cancellations received by September 9th, 2019 will be refunded, less a 50,000 KRW administrative fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after September 9th, 2019.

If for any reason the Symposium should be cancelled, HCV 2019 will refund the registration fee. The Symposium is not responsible for the refund of airfare, hotel, or other costs incurred by registrant. Refunds of credit card payments will be made to the same account used for the payment.

Substitution Policy

Payment of a 50,000 KRW administrative fee enables you to transfer your registration to another person, email hcv2019@hbni.co.kr. Substitutions will be transferred at the same rate as the original registration and must be made before September 9th or at the Registration Desk onsite. Substitutions can be made to Banquet purchases without a charge.

Liability

When registering, the delegate acknowledges that he/she has no right to lodge claims against the symposium organizers should the meeting be altered, hindered, or prevented by unexpected political or economic events, unpredictable forces of nature, speaker cancellations or other unforeseeable events. Submission of your registration is an agreement to these terms and conditions of the symposium.

Certificate of Attendance

A Certificate of Attendance will be available on the website after the Symposium. Please use your ID (email address) and password to access the website and download the Certificate.

Badges

Symposium namebadges must be worn for admission to all symposium functions, including Welcome Reception and Gala Evening.

Photographs

Each delegate grants the symposium permission to photograph participants in any session, and to use such photographs and the names of attendees in any materials which either represent the proceedings of the symposium or promote future symposia.

Mailing List

A Mailing List of Delegates at HCV2019 will be sent to the Organizers of the 2020 Symposium, and will not be made available to any other parties/organizations. If you do not wish your email details to be included, please inform hcv2019@hbni.co.kr.

Gala Event: Date - October 7th, 2019

Venue: Samcheonggak

Samcheonggak is located in one of the most pristine places in the city and has born witness to standout moments in Korean history. It is also an exclusive Korean restaurant located on top of a hill near the presidential Blue House.

It was the venue for the banquet for the Joint Statement (July 4, 2007) between North and South Korean representatives and has served as a forum for a variety of other political and diplomatic functions.

The City of Seoul took over Samcheonggak in 2000 and made it available to the public and the building has been under the management of the Sejong Center for the Performance Arts since July 2009, affording visitors many opportunities to experience Korean traditional culture.