48-Hour Coverage: Most Guests In Korea's History
The G20 Seoul summit is not just about world leaders. Delegations attending the summit consists of 6,000 people. With all relevant officials and journalists included, the number of people attending the summit is expected to reach 15,000. All eyes are on Korea as the venue of international discussions. The G20 organizing committee has been working hard to ensure the successful hosting of the G20 summit. The Media Center is preparing to welcome thousands of journalists who will cover the event, security guards are busy preparing to protect the guests' safety, chefs are gearing up to treat Korea's guests to the most exquisite food, and hotels are preparing comfortable rooms for the guests. Take a look at the people who will have their hands full during the 48 hours of the summit.
Korea at the Center of the World
Korea rose back to its feet just a half-century since the Korean War. Despite its struggling economy, it successfully hosted the 1988 Olympics and the 2002 World Cup, putting its name on the world map. Now it is poised to take center stage in the global community by hosting the G20 summit. We take a look at the outcome of the G20 Seoul summit and tasks lying ahead by covering in-depth the arrivals of world leaders to Seoul and the two-day summit.