DBT Intensive Training Trainer Guide

2023-2024
DBT Intensive Training Trainer Guide

Warm greetings and a sincere welcome to Korea! We are genuinely delighted to have you with us.

Below we have provided information regarding contact information, directions, and handy tourist guides. If there’s anything else you’re curious about or need help with that’s not covered here,please do not hestitate to reach out. We’re here to make your stay the best!

Contact information

1. Website
 – DBT Institute of Korea: DBTKOREA.ORG
 – DBT Center of Korea / the Tree Group: www.theTreeG.com

2. Contact Information : WhatsApp, Group “DBT Intensive Training in KOREA” 

How to get to our sites

Big Map

DBT Korea, Seoul

Address: 

DBT KOREA
12F, Beobwon-ro 90, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Google map link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/vSowfeJzFfNxKsEv8

From the airport:

Hotel

Name: L7 Gangnam Hotel

Hotel link: https://www.lottehotel.com/gangnam-l7/en.html

Address: 415, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea (9th Fl.)

Google map link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/vSowfeJzFfNxKsEv8

From the airport:

Convention Center

Name: SETEC Convention Center, Seminar Room 2, 2nd Fl

Address: 

3104, Nambusunhwan-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Google map link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/vSowfeJzFfNxKsEv8

From the airport:

  1. Take the bus 6705B at the B1 floor of the airport.
  2. Get off at the bus stop “Songpa Station/Helio city”
  3. Walk to the bus stop “Songpa station”(across the road from where you get off from the bus 6705B.)
  4. Take the bus 3420.
  5. Get off at the “Hagyeoul Station,” then walk to the SETEC.

From Hotel:

Please visit the hotel lobby (9th floor) at least 40 minutes before arriving at the Convention center to request for a taxi.

  1. Walk to Seolleung station.
  2. Take the Yellow line (Suin·Bundang Line) at Seolleung station to go to Dogok station (Hanti station direction).
  3. Transfer to the Orange line at Dogok station.
  4. Get off at “Hagyeoul Station,” then walk to SETEC.

From DBT Korea:

  1. Take the bus 3420 at the bus stop “Munjeong Legal Services Complex.”
  2. Get off the bus at the “Hagyeoul Station.”
  3. Walk to the convention center.

Incheon Airport (ICN)

Address
Terminal 1 // 271, Gonghang-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea
Terminal 2 // 446, Je2terminal-daero, Jung-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea

Contact information
Help Desk: +82-1577-2600 (1577-2600)

 

Delta Airlines Shortest Route

Inbound to Seoul

Pick-up: Dr.Cho

Airport Bus

City Airport Bus Terminal (삼성 도심 공항 터미널)

Contact Information
Teheranro 87 Gil 22, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
(159-6, Samseong-dong)
+82-2-551-0077~8(02-551-0077~8)

City Airport Bus Terminal to L7 Hotel

Take a taxi to L7 Gangnam Hotel

Total Time – 1 Hour 20 minutes

 

Regular Airport Bus

Stop at Seolleung Station

Take a walk to L7 Hotel 

Outbound to your home

Airport Bus
1. Citi Airport Bus Terminal (삼성 도심 공항 터미널)

Contact Information
Teheranro 87 Gil 22, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
(159-6, Samseong-dong)
+82-2-551-0077~8 (02-551-0077~8)

**Check-in possible, arrived 4 hours before

Take a taxi to the airport

Total Time – 1 Hour 30 minutes

Regular Airport Bus

Check the bus schedule

Wait for the bus at Seolleung Limo Station

Make sure you know which terminal you go to (Terminal 1 or 2)

Restaurants

– Haeuli (해우리 L7) – Korean Seafood Restaurant

https://m.place.naver.com/restaurant/1208870591/menu/list#photo

– Donghwagoog (동화고옥) – Korean Beef and Noodle Restaurant

https://m.place.naver.com/restaurant/1263419132/home?entry=ple

– Pyeong-gaog (평가옥) – Korean Cold Noodle Restaurant

https://naver.me/5Cp7sdl3

– Baesan-imsu (배산임수) – Korean Restaurant

https://m.place.naver.com/restaurant/1828004443/home?entry=pll

 

– Plantude Starfield Coex (플랜튜드 스타필드코엑스점) – Fusion Restaurant, Vegan 

https://m.place.naver.com/restaurant/1973574446/home

 

– Hummus Kitchen (허머스 키친) – Asian Restaurant, Vegan 

https://naver.me/GAi6Ngpx

 

 

 

– Ilpumdubu samseongjeom (일품두부 삼성점) – Korean Tofu Restaurant

https://m.place.naver.com/restaurant/37336366/home?entry=pll

 

– Bugchangdong sundubu (북창동순두부) – Korean Tofu Restaurant

https://m.place.naver.com/restaurant/11764425/home?entry=pll

– Sundubuyeoljeon (순두부열전) – Korean Tofu Restaurant

https://m.search.naver.com/search.naver?query=%EC%88%AD%EB%91%90%EB%B6%80%EC%97%B4%EC%A0%84&where=m&sm=mob_hty.idx&qdt=1

 

 

 

 

– LEVAINRULES European Bakery (르뱅룰스 베이커리) – Bakery Cafe

https://m.place.naver.com/restaurant/1235425429/home?entry=pll

 

Health

***Please call 119 for emergency

Tertiary Hospitals

1. Samsung Medical Center

  • Address: 81, Irwon-ro, Gangman-gu, Seoul
  • Emergency room number: +82-2-3410-2060, +82-2-3410-2061 (02-3410-2060, 02-3410-2061)

2. Asan Medical Center

  • Address: 88, Olympic-ro 43 gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul
  • Emergency room number: +82-2-3010-3333 (02-3010-3333)

Local Hospitals

1. Seolleung Dana Ivy Throat Clinic (Otorhinolaryngology)

  • Address: 3rd floor, Toad Building, 310 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
  • Phone Number: +82-2-545-7799 (02-545-7799)
  • Working Hours: Weekdays 9:00am – 21:30pm, Weekend 9:00am – 17:30pm

2. Gangnam 365 Family Medicine Clinic (Department of Family Medicine)

  • Address: Opposite Daiso, 1st Basement Floor, Gangnam-gu Office Station, 346 Hakdong-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
  • Phone Number: +82-2-3442-7668 (02-3442-7668)
  • Working hours: Weekdays 9:00am – 21:30pm, Weekend 9:00am – 17:30pm

Covid-related

Masks are no longer mandatory in any public transportation or places. However, we recommend you wear a mask to prevent from catching a flu.

Tour Guide

11/30

Bongeunsa Temple  

Bongeunsa Temple, located to the north of the Korea Exposition Center (COEX), was built by State Preceptor Yeonhoe in the 10th year of King Wonseong of Silla (794) and was called Gyeonseongsa Temple. In 1498, Queen Jeonghyeon, the second wife of King Seongjong, greatly rebuilt this temple, located on the east side of Seolleung, King Seongjong’s tomb, and changed the name of the temple to Bongeunsa Temple. It was originally located in Seolleung, about 1km to the southwest, but was moved and built by Bow during the reign of King Myeongjong of the Joseon Dynasty. The Panjeon, which has a plaque written by Chusa Kim Jeong-hee, houses 3,479 tablets of 13 Buddhist sutras, including the Avatamsaka Sutra and the Diamond Sutra.

Bongeunsa Temple

 

12/1

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

Interdisciplinary Arts 2023 «Electronic Forest; Exhausted Man»

Meditation on Youtube


National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Interdisciplinary Art 2023 «Electronic Forest; “Exhausted Man” focuses on the various attempts of ‘tired’ modern people who enter the ‘electronic forest’ to find peace in their tiring daily lives, as well as the cultural aspects that flow beneath them. These include ways to take care of your mental health, platform-based relationships, and the changing utility and role of art. What do you do to reach comfort level? Was that a good effort?

chapter 1. (Electronic) Meditation with Nam June Paik (May-July 2023)
Part 2. Music and Playlists as Autonomy-Pleasure (June-August 2023)
Part 3. Noise canceling and ambient, body and voice (September to November 2023)
Part 4. Reflecting on Well-being in the Age of Indulgence (November 2023 – February 2024)

 

https://www.mmca.go.kr/exhibitions/exhibitionsDetail.do?exhFlag=1&exhId=202304060001638

 

국립현대미술관 다원예술 2023: 전자적 숲; 소진된 인간 > 전시 캘린더 - 아트앤컬처 - 문화예술신문

12/3

Tour with Yong, Songhee 

1. Gyeongbokgung Palace with Korean traditional clothes Hanbok experience

2. Insadong (Traditional Korean street with galleries, traditional restaurants, teahouses, cafes)

3. Gwangjang Market (Traditional Korean Market) 


12/9

 National Museum of Korea 

Exhibition: Room of Thought

The Room of Thought is a space where two semi-traveling Buddhist statues of Korean national treasures, produced in the late 6th century and early 7th century during the Three Kingdoms period, are displayed side by side. After passing through the dark and quiet hallway, you can see the statue of Bangasayus, deep in thought, with his right leg resting on his left knee and his right finger gently touching his cheek.

Based on excellent casting technology, the simple yet lively, splendid yet restrained and solemn appearance of the Banga contemplation symbolizes deep anguish and enlightenment about human life, old age, illness and death.

room of reason

 

 

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