KALC 2023

Korean Association for Lung Cancer International Conference

 Lung Cancer, from Challenge to Change

November 30 - December 1, 2023
Lotte Hotel World, Seoul, Korea


Korean Association for Lung Cancer International Conference 2023 (KALC-IC 2023)
Lung Cancer, from Challenge to Change
November 30 - December 1, 2023
Lotte Hotel World, Seoul, Korea
Time Zone
GMT+9 Korea / Japan
Hosted by
Korean Association for Lung Cancer
Official Language of Conference


Korea is 9 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +9) and does not observe daylight savings time.
Weather in November
The temperatures in South Korea in November are quite cold with temperatures between 7°C and 12°C, warm clothes are a must. You can expect about 3 to 8 days of rain in South Korea during the month of November. It’s a good idea to bring along your umbrella so that you don’t get caught in poor weather. Please note that South Korea can expect a few days of snow in November.
Currency and
Foreign Exchange
The unit of Korean currency is the Korean Won (₩). Coin denominations are ₩10, ₩50, ₩100, and ₩500. Banknotes are ₩1,000, ₩5,000, ₩10,000, and ₩50,000. (*approximate exchange rate: ₩1,200/USD1.00)
The electricity supply commonly used in Korea is the 220-volt 60Hz system. Because most newly built hotels and houses have the 220-volt wiring installed, you are advised to check your electronic equipment beforehand.
Tip & Tax
Service charges are included in your bill for rooms, meals, and other services at hotels and upscale restaurants. Koreans occasionally do tip when they are especially pleased with the service they receive. Foreign tourists can receive nearly 10 % VAT refunds for purchases at Duty Free shops. Goods must be taken out of Korea within three months of purchase to be eligible for a tax refund. Visitors can receive a refund on a receipt for a minimum purchase of KRW 50,000 (around USD 40.00). To receive this refund, present receipts with the purchased goods at the customs clearance desk at Incheon International Airport when departing.
Visitors entering the Republic of Korea (ROK) must hold a valid passport and visa to enter the country. Nationals of visa waiver or visa-free countries may enter the country without a visa for tourism purposes only. For any other purposes, such as employmentor education, proper visasare required. Nationals of non-visa waiver countries must apply for visas at the nearest Korean embassy or consulate prior to entering the ROK.

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Useful Websites

Conference Secretariat

HB&I, #1711, Hanshin Building, 12 Mapo-daero, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea, 04175

Tel: +82-2-373-1005   l   Fax: +82-2-373-1106   l   Email: kalcic@hbni.co.kr