Cultural Product Promotion Center

Space Dedicated to Promote Outstanding Cultural Products and Experiences

Cultural Product Promotion Center on the 5th floor is dedicated to the exhibition and promotion of Korea’s outstanding cultural products. It also offers cultural experience activities for visitors to enjoy such as hanbok experience and traditional arts and craft activities.

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  • K-Ribbon Selection
  • Tourism Business Venture Zone
  • Tourist Souvenirs
  • Traditional Korean Dress Experience
  • Event Experience

Visitors of Traditional Korean Costume Exhibition can appreciate the beauty of Korean costumes and see the past, present and future of Korea.

Cultural Product Promotion Hall

This exhibition hall promotes Korea’s diverse traditional culture through the works of Korean artists and artisans. The hall is designed to resemble an art gallery so that visitors can conveniently appreciate and experience Korea’s traditional culture.

K-Product sale space exhibits and sells various products and artwork related to Korean food in order to promote Korean traditional food culture.

Hanbok Experience

Visitors can take photos in hanbok of different styles, ranging from daily hanbok to royal hanbok worn by kings and queens.

  • - Operating hours: 10:00-18:00 (Open all year round)
  • - Location: 5F, K-Style Hub
  • - Reservations: +82-2-729-9433
  • ☞ Individuals are assisted on a first-come, first-served basis. Groups require a reservation in advance.


Venture Product Exhibition not only to sell projects but also to promote Korean culture and new technology.

Traditional Arts and Craft Experience

Visitors can enjoy a variety of hands-on arts and craft activities.

  • - Operating hours: 11:00-16:00 (Open all year round)
  • - Location: 5F, K-Style Hub
  • - Reservations: +82-2-729-9433
  • ☞ Individuals can participate on a first-come, first serve basis. Groups require a reservation in advance.
  • - Fee: Free of charge
  • - Activity Schedule for 2017
    ∙ April 1 – May 31: Coloring on traditional Korean postcard, coloring on traditional Korean silk
    ∙ June 1 – August 31: Making hanji (traditional Korean paper) mirror key chains, making hanji fans
    ∙ September 1 – October 31: Drawing the Four Gracious Plants on scroll papers, drawing the Four Gracious Plants on hanji
    ∙ November 1 – December 28: Making mother-of-pearl Hangeul magnets, making mother-of-pearl key chains and straps of traditional Korean characters