ReadersMagnet's Asian Book Tour Commences at the 2024 Seoul International Book Fair

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 at 12:09am UTC

As part of its 2024 Asian Book Tour, ReadersMagnet, an esteemed self-publishing and book marketing company, will participate in the 2024 Seoul International Book Fair (SIBF). The book event will take place from June 26 to 30, 2024, at the COEX Halls C&D1, COEX Korea Exhibition Center in Seoul, South Korea. The halls are located within the COEX Mall in Seoul's Gangnam-gu District, a state-of-the-art venue where connections thrive.

For almost 70 years, the Seoul International Book Fair has been Korea's largest book festival. Since 1954, the SIBF has brought publishers, authors, and readers together. Hosted by the Korean Publishers Association, Korea's oldest and largest private-sector organization, the event is expected to surpass its previous number of visitors and books on display.

As one of Asia's most significant book events, the SIBF has invited renowned authors to share their creative journeys and spread the joy of reading to the public. These authors include Yann Martel, the international bestselling novelist of “Life of Pi.”

ReadersMagnet will provide entertaining activities for authors and readers at the SIBF, just as it has done in previous international book events. The company will hold interactive events and live video streams highlighting diverse world cultures. These events include traditional storytelling sessions, book signings, and author interviews, providing authors and readers with an excellent and effective way to discover various books and subjects they'll love to read.

ReadersMagnet's activities correspond to its goals of assisting authors in publishing their books and promoting them through various initiatives, enhancing their reputations in every way possible. Join ReadersMagnet and experience SIBF's diverse platform, which connects Korea with the world and creates a hub for publication exchange and marketing.

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