Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang & Seooreung Royal Tombs

Date / DurationAugust 27(Thu), 2020 / 09:00 ~ 15:00 (This schedule can be changed by the tour organizer.)
Price per person50 USD (At least 15 people need to register to go on this tour. The registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.)
Price includes bus, English guide, admission fee and lunch
Itinerary
Meet at COEX (Tour Desk) – Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang - Lunch - Enhancement seoohreung - Incheon Int'l airport or COEX
Description
Seooreung is a name of five tombs of Joseon Kings' era such as Gyeongneung, Changneung, Ingneung, Myeongneung, and Hongneung. Besides these 5 tombs, there is a tomb of Sunchangwon, Sunhoe crown prince who was an oldest son of King Myeongjong and the first 'Won' of Joseon's era. There is also Daebinmyo of Huibin Jang who left many historical anecdotes through pursuing questions from King Sukjong. Seooreung has the second largest area after Donggureung and it is the family tomb of Joseon kings' family. The tombs for Kings of Joseon including Seooreung and Seosamneung are recognized their value as the world's cultural heritage base on their Confucian and geomantic tradition of unique structure and landscape architect style. They are registered as UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage on June 26, 2009.

Samsung Electronics R&D Center & Korean Folk Village

Date / DurationAugust 27(Thu), 2020 / 08:00 ~ 15:30 (This schedule can be changed by the tour organizer.)
Price per person50 USD (At least 15 people need to register to go on this tour. The registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.)
Price includes bus, English guide, admission fee and lunch.
Itinerary
Meet at COEX (Tour Desk) – Samsung Electronics R&D Center - Korean Folk Village - Lunch - Korean Folk Village tour - Incheon Int'l airport or COEX
Description
Further solidifying Samsung Electronics’ position as a leader in the electronics market, Samsung expanded its investment to research and development. First of all, in December 1979, Samsung established Suwon R&D Center, which was opened in April 1980. After the development of Suwon R&D Center, it helped Samsung to reach even further into electronics, semiconductors, high polymer chemicals, genetic engineering, optical telecommunications, and aerospace, as well as varied new fields of technology innovation from nanotechnology to advanced network architectures.
Lying in a spacious site of 990,000㎡ and in nature-given geomantic location ‘facing water and backgrounded by mountains’, Korean Folk Village (KFV) is a village from the Joseon period composed of real houses relocated from provinces of the country. Reconstructed through a long survey of houses remaining in different parts of the country and authentication by specialists, it is a real village from the Joseon period that unfolds in seasonal transformation scenes from everyday folk culture meticulously collected.

Acoustics and Vibration Laboratory of Advanced Automotive Research Center(AARC) & Kyujanggak in Seoul National University

Date / DurationAugust 27(Thu), 2020 / 09:00 ~ 15:00 (This schedule can be changed by the tour organizer.)
Price per person50 USD (At least 15 people need to register to go on this tour. The registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.)
Price includes bus, English guide, admission fee and lunch.
Itinerary
Meet at COEX (Tour Desk) – Acoustics and Vibration Laboratory - Lunch - Kyujanggak - Incheon Int'l airport or COEX
Description
The acoustics and vibration laboratory at SNU was established on March 1997. After Advanced Automotive Research Center (AARC) was built on June 2004, we started to actively utilize AARC facilities and equipment to conduct our researches focused on NVH automotive engineering. So far, we have been constantly promoting the industry-academy cooperation projects to carry on our researches. In this respect, our lab has exceptionally enhanced the reputation of SNU, and we are still contributing extraordinarily as evidenced by publications, citations, and other criteria in this field.
Originally founded as the royal library in 1776 in the rear garden of Changdeokgung Palace by King Jeongjo, the Kyujanggak has not only survived the tumult of court intrigue, invasion and colonial rule, but has continued to expand. The Kyujanggak collections now contain over 260,000 items, such as The Annals of Joseon Dynasty (Joseon Wangjo Sillok) and the Diary of the Office of Royal Secretaries (Seungjeongwon Ilgi), both designated UNESCO World Documentary Heritages, and many vividly detailed documents such as the illustrated manuals of various state events (Euigwe), old maps, and memoirs.
Congress Secretariat
Technical program: internoise2020@ksnve.org
Registration, Sponsorship & Exhibition: internoise2020_info@ksnve.org
Address: P.O.D Communications Inc.W-1002~1003, 11, Dangsan-ro 41-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, 07217, Rep. of KOREA
Tel: 82-2-325-1715
Fax: 82-2-325-1719
Hosted by
The Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
President: Hong Jae Yim
Address: #1406 Renaissance Officetel, 69, Seochojungang-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 06651, Rep. of KOREA
T. +82. 2. 3474. 8002
Business License No. : 220-82-00575
on behalf of
Hosted by
The Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering
President: Hong Jae Yim
Address: #1406 Renaissance Officetel, 69, Seochojungang-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 06651, Rep. of KOREA
T. +82. 2. 3474. 8002
Business License No. : 220-82-00575
on behalf of
Congress Secretariat