Jeju Island is a beautiful volcanic island off the coast of South Korea

Jeju Island is a beautiful volcanic island off the coast of South Korea

Assembly Venue

The location for our CWM Assembly 2016, is Jeju Island, Korea. Not only is it recognised internationally as one of the ‘New 7 Wonders of Nature,’ ‘A Biosphere Reserve,’ or a ‘World Natural Heritage’ it has also been designated as ‘The Island of World Peace’ by the South Korean government. The purpose of the designation was to establish stability and peace on the Korean peninsula, and ultimately contribute to world peace (according to the special law no.155/article no.1 of Jeju government).

According to government statistics, it attracted 10 million visitors in 2013 and is South Korea’s most popular holiday island. It is well known for natural wonders, including waterfalls, white sand beaches and a dormant volcano — South Korea’s highest mountain — at the center of the island.

The Lotte Hotel

The Assembly Meeting will be held at The Lotte Hotel, Jeju, a 45 minute journey from the Jeju Airport.

The Assembly Programme will mainly take place in the Crystal Ballroom, ground level. The information desk and onsite office will be located outside of the Crystal Ballroom and will be available during programme break times.

Cheonjiyeon Waterfall

Cheonjiyeon Waterfall

Exposure Visits

Featured in the picture is ‘Cheonjiyeon Waterfall’ one of the attractions planned for the exposure visits; other places planned include:


June is the start of summer in Jeju Island, during the day the weather can vary from 23 to 26 degrees celsius, in the evening it may range from 16 to 20 degrees Celsius. Whilst it is generally hot during this season be prepared for some downpour.