Its first online exhibition, Art Moments Jakarta managed to attract 65 galleries with a large visitor count of nearly 50,000 coming from Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, Switzerland, Italy, China.
We are seeing quite a lot of activity on the “opening up’ scene across the country with Bali reopening on 14th October to five countries who are relatively safe: China, Japan, S. Korea, Dubai, and New Zealand.
Harris Hotel & Convention Kelapa Gading recently revamped its menu at Harris Café in time to welcome guests back with the new normal operation.
Explore Korea’s rich culture, stunning landscapes, impeccable culinary offering and the recent Muslim-friendly tourism features.
With the goal of assisting the progress of business and trade relationship between Korea and Indonesia, the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry Indonesia (KoCham) came into existence.
From Korean Wave to Golfing, read through our friendly chat with Korean Ambassador to Indonesia, H.E. Kim Chang-beom.
Neither Korean nor Italian, the pasta selections at Shin The Korean Grill relies on just a handful of simple ingredients and the creativity of a great chef.
Offering Sundubu, a Korean-style tofu soup, So Gong Dong (SGD) Tofu House invites guests to the old days of Myeongdong through authentic flavours to Jakarta patrons.
New Korea Visa Application Center (KVAC) in Jakarta provides easier access to Indonesians applying for Korean visas.
Embassy of The Republic of Korea in Jakarta together with Korea Tourism Organization held an event about the Korea MICE Roadshow 2019.
Enchanted by its remarkable spatial layout at the mountain range, the palace was designed to embrace the true Korean beauty and its natural features.
Bukchon Hanok Village is more than just a village. Rather, it is the representation of the elegance and nostalgic ambience of the traditional Korean houses.
Busan is South Korea’s largest port city that serves a major logistics hub of Asia and is home to many exciting festivals throughout the year.
Gyeonggi-do is the buffer zone between the North and South and is the ideal place to learn the country's history
Korea has a range of activities this winter that are sure to get your thirst for adventure going!
The fourth biggest city in South Korea offers top quality medical services and infrastructure for both domestic and international patients.
The Westin Jakarta plays host to the Festival’s “K-Feast” component by showcasing the country’s rich culinary heritage, including special Korean dining menu.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to the Ambassador about the special relationship between Indonesia and South Korea and the gains this relationship has seen in recent years.
Korean cosmetic brand The SAEM, which focuses on healthy and natural skin treatments, has launched a new product in the Indonesia market.
Between 21 October and 3 November, Korea and Indonesia will join forces to present the media installation art exhibition “Dialogue with the Senses” at Galeria Fatahillah, Kota Tua, Jakarta.