All tickets are sold out. You can get a ticket by finding someone who’s looking to transfer their ticket. If you tweet or post about it on facebook and tag us, we’ll retweet/share.
Unfortunately, all tickets are non-refundable, but you can transfer your ticket to someone else.
Yes, all tickets are transferable. If you purchased your ticket through Tito (with non-Korean payment option), within the confirmation email titled “Your JSConf Korea 2019 Ticket”, click the “CHANGE DETAILS” button. This will lead you to your ticket’s details page. Click “Re-assign” and enter the full name and email address of the transferee.
If you'd like to find a transferee, post about it on twitter or facebook and tag us, then we’ll re-tweet or share.
The conference space will be open from 8:30am on September 3.
Come to the lobby of COEX Conference Room 4F and show us your email with the ticket to register.
Check out the full schedule here.
The conference will take place at rooms 401, 402, 403, and the lobby at the COEX Conference Rooms 4F.
Please download a Korean map application to navigate, as Google maps is not reliable in Korea.
You’ll be able to explore all conference space with a wheelchair, including the auditorium. However, there is no automatic entrance for the building, so if you are coming without a support person, please let us know in advance with your contact information at firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will escort you from the door or from the subway station, bus stop, or parking lot.
The talks are in either English or Korea, but don’t worry! Live interpretation into both languages will be provided.
There won’t be any English captions. However, thanks to Mozilla Foundation, there will be Korean captions. You can view Korean captioning on the screens on stage or through the ShareTalk application.
All talks given in Room 401 will be recorded and shared on JSConf YouTube channel.
Yes, we provide you with a voucher to be used at select restaurants in the Starfield COEX Mall.
JSConf Korea will provide a complimentary childcare service for any attendees. Please fill out this form by August 16 to use the service.
Our talks are selected solely through our call for proposals process. This year's call for proposals has been closed since April 26, 2019.
This year’s corporate sponsorship packages have been sold out.
Yes, you can check it out here.
Our talks were selected through our Call for Proposals process. Check out the Selection Process and Criteria section for how we selected our talks.
We picked two of the top talk proposals from our Call for Proposals that could work very well as tutorials and decided to create the tutorial sessions.
Yes, we do have a scholarship program designed to help members of underrepresented groups in the Korean tech community to attend JSConf Korea 2019. Applications for this year have ended.
Our terms and conditions for the tickets can be found here. The collected data will be retained to email you information regarding the conference and for anonymized statistics until Dec 31, 2019 (KST).
Our revenues come from sponsorships, scholarship funds, and ticket sales. We’ll release a summarized breakdown of our expenditures after the conference.