Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism first opened in September of 2017. It is an international event that connects global cities’ contemporary and future aspects. The 2019 edition aimed to create a space for communication and engagement of the public in the creation and transformation of their cities, and to develop new collective strategies of participation and empowerment in the socio-urban dynamics of the city. The biennale served as a global platform in urban architecture to share experiences of global cities and to explore innovative responses to their multiple challenges. Under the main theme of “The Collective City”, 2019 edition presents four major components: Global Studios, Thematic Exhibition, Cities Exhibition and Live Projects exhibition. “Hot Air of HCMC” exhibited as part of the Global Studios Exhibition, under the theme of “The Collective City” at the “Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism”, Sewoon Sangga (Plaza), Seoul, Korea.