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New CEO, President and General Manager for The Shilla Seoul

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 3 March 2003

Koreas Shilla Hotels & Resorts has announced the appointment of Mr. Man-Soo Lee as CEO, President and General Manager of The Shilla Seoul. Mr. Lee was formerly Executive Vice President - Sales & Marketing for the hotel.

Mr. Lee joined the Samsung Group in 1975 and went on to hold a series of key marketing positions within the companys multinational businesses. In 1981 he was posted to New York and spent 20 years heading Samsungs US  operations before returning to The Shilla a year ago to take up the key marketing role for the companys flagship.

A graduate of Seoul National University, Mr. Lee also majored in business administration at Cornell University in the USA.

Mr. Lees extensive marketing experience at home and overseas is a valuable asset to The Shillas ongoing commitment to maintaining its market leadership at the cutting edge of the increasingly competitive hotel industry  in the Korean capital.

The Shilla Seoul is one of the citys most prestigious business addresses, which is also  renowned for its distinctive Korean charm and character.

Traditionally the home of Koreas official state visitors as well as high profile international figures, The Shilla is located in its own 23-acre private park which incorporates the traditional Korean-style Yeong Bin Gwan (official  state guest house) now a unique banquet annex.

The hotels 508 rooms and suites provide some of the most spacious,  luxurious and high-tech accommodations in Seoul. Seven Executive Floors offer a range of convenient extra services designed to provide a stress free environment for the business traveller.

The Shilla, an affiliated company of the Samsung Group, offers two deluxe properties, The Shilla Seoul and the 429-room Shilla Cheju on Cheju Island off the south cost of Korea.

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