Online registration closes Tuesday, June 14th (end of day, local time for respective registration websites). After the cut-off, only on-site registration will be available. Attendee items/souvenirs (e.g., shirts) for on-site registrants may be limited or unavailable if there are too many last-minute registrations.

For ease of registration for attendees, we will have two options to register.  The first uses RegOnline, which many conference attendees may already be familiar with; this will charge you in US dollars and should avoid any hassles related to international credit card authorizations for attendees from outside of Asia.  The second
option is a registration site based out of Korea; this will charge you in South Korean Won, which should be easier for local/regional attendees.

Both registration sites are now open. The links are here:

  • RegOnline (US-based, charges in USD as per the table below).
  • (Korea-based, charges in KRW as per the table below).

Due to the delay in getting the Korea-based registration website up, we have extended the early registration deadline to May 31st, 2016.

Registration Rates in KRW


Current exchange rates can be found at, for example,

RegOnline Registration Rates in USD


Please Note: The USD registration rates end up slightly higher than the KRW rates.  This is due to a combination of conversion with a conservative exchange rate (to protect the conference from fluctuations in the exchange rate) and to cover additional costs to wire the funds internationally from the US-based RegOnline system to South Korea.  If you wish to get the absolute lowest rate, register directly through the Korea-based registration page when it becomes available.