'OMEGA Olympic Games Exhibition' opened at Seoul

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'OMEGA Olympic Games Exhibition' opened at Seoul
'OMEGA Olympic Games Exhibition' opened at Seoul

Seoul : OMEGA has opened its 'OMEGA Olympic Games Exhibition' inside the Lotte World Mall in Seoul, South Korea to celebrate its role as official timekeeper in the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

In the exhibition, OMEGA will be featuring 86 years of the brand's timekeeping history, which extends through 28 Olympic Games since 1932.

The guests in 'OMEGA Olympic Games Exhibition' are taken through a race-theme tunnel featuring, "Start", "In-Race" and "Finish Line" sections. During the course they are shown the landmark technologies OMEGA has aced over the decades.

"For OMEGA, our Olympic Games role has been a passion and a dedication for many years. It's such a pleasure to open this exhibition and share some of that history and innovation. Timekeeping at such a huge event requires a lot of expertise and technology. In this showcase, you can really see how we measure every second so precisely. It's definitely an exhibition that all sports fans should see," said CEO, OMEGA Timing, Alain Zobrist.

"The Olympic Winter Games are an exciting moment for South Korea and I feel very proud to welcome guests in Seoul to this special exhibition. It lets everyone understand OMEGA's important role in the event and how the brand is helping to make every moment a success. South Korean hospitality is sure to be at its best, and here you can see that the timekeeping will be too," said CEO, Swatch Group Korea, Julia Choi.

The exhibition also displays OMEGA's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection.

One can visit the 'OMEGA Olympic Games Exhibition' at the Atrium on the first floor of Lotte World Mall, Jamsil. It opens from 10:30 am to 10 pm every day.