in-cosmetics Korea
13th - 15th July 2022
Seoul, South Korea

Keeping you safe

Last updated: 08/07/2021

Your safety and your business are our priorities.  At in-cosmetics Korea, both are in safe hands.

A message from in-cosmetics Portfolio Director

“This pandemic has cemented our belief in the importance of in-person collaboration and networking throughout the cosmetics industry, and we will do whatever it takes to continue to deliver in-cosmetics events for you, safely and securely.

In addition to following our Global Health & Safety 5-point Strategy, in each region the in-cosmetics team are working closely with local authorities to implement all necessary precautions to ensure your wellbeing whilst maintaining the spirit and effectiveness of the events you know and love. 

We can wait to deliver safe events that support your business needs, and to see you in person later this year.”

Cathy Laporte

Portfolio Director

What to expect at in-cosmetics Korea

The health and safety of our exhibitors, visitors and partners is our number one priority and we are working with the Korean Public Health Centre to ensure we are complying with the latest guidelines.

Exhibitions are considered as essential economic activities by South Korean government and are regulated by strict operational procedures determined by the national restriction level. Safety measures, including social distancing rules, will be implemented under the supervision of the government body.

Stay Safe Guidelines

Information for anyone who will be present at the event. Learn about our increased hygiene measures, social distancing management and medical safeguarding.


Please make sure you register. Admission will be strictly by registration in advance only and details may be used for contact tracing if necessary.

Stay home if you are unwell

All guests are encouraged to check you are feeling well before attending our event. Please ensure that you are in good health, with no fever or other symptoms related to COVID-19, before travelling to the venue.

Temperature check

Your temperature will be measured on arrival. Anyone with a temperature above 37.5°C will be asked to leave the show site immediately.

On arrival

Please have your registration details available when you arrive to help move through registration quickly and to avoid delays. Scan the QR code to complete the self-diagnosis questionnaire as required by the Gangnam Public Health Centre.

Disinfectant gate

Before entering the hall, you will be required to pass through a disinfectant gate which will provide you with another level of sanitisation whilst performing a final temperature check.

Face Coverings

All attendees, except those exempt, are required to wear face coverings or masks. This should be worn at all times and in all areas of the show. 

Physical distancing

Increased spacing, through real-time monitoring of attendees, and a one-way system will be in place across the exhibition floor to help you stay safe and maintain a safe distance. Signage will be used throughout to communicate safe practices and show the direction of travel.


Hand sanitiser will be readily available throughout the venue. There will be designated bins around the venue to safely dispose of used hygiene equipment.

When meeting

Avoid shaking hands and exchanging physical business cards or literature. Information and marketing collateral will be shared digitally and you will need to maintain a safe distance at all times.

Venue facilities

Ventilation will be increased, improving fresh air circulation in line with the latest guidance. 


We will maintain the highest standards of cleaning before during and after the event. This will include frequent cleaning of all regularly touched surfaces, seating in conference areas and meeting places.

Food and beverage

There will be no food allowed in the event hall and all solid consumption is strictly prohibited.

Exhibit Safe

Information for exhibitors at the event. Learn about what you’ll need to prepare in advance, onsite precautions and improved stand-build procedures.

Responding effectively to COVID-19 is a shared responsibility. We must all adopt new practices, respect each other, and follow science-based guidelines to safeguard ourselves and others. Let’s work together to overcome the challenges, bring people together and get businesses growing again.

Hugh Jones
CEO, Reed Exhibitions

Contact us

We hope that helped provide more clarity about safety procedure at the event however, if you have any questions, please get in touch with a member of our team – we’re here to help!


Have a few questions about the event? Take a look at our FAQ page, where we’ve answered some of the most commonly asked questions, to help you get the most out of the event.