David Carruth of 10 Magazine told me last month about the English Fair 2010 (대한민국영어교육박람회) at Gwangju's Kim Dae-jung Convention Center from June 4th through 6th. Attractions include an English job fair, speeches by celebrities in the English racket, and a Dokdo Love Photo Exhibition.
If it sounds lame, don't worry, it's not for you. I know English in Korea is almost entirely for domestic purposes, taught almost entirely by Koreans, but it still irks me that the festival's website---like most English meetings, English tests, and English textbooks in Korea---is entirely in Korean. When you visit other pages on the site you'll notice an English tab in the top-right corner, but it doesn't work and doesn't lead to English-language information
Celebrity English teacher and buffoon Isaac Durst was there last year.