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The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)

  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)
  • The National Assembly Building (국회의사당)

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Address
1, Uisadang-daero, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 영등포구 의사당대로 1 (여의도동)
Type
Architectural & Sculptural Highlights
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-788-2865, 2885 (Korean)
Homepage
korea.assembly.go.kr (Korean, English)
  • Information
    Introduction
    With 24 granite pillars, a splendid blue dome, and white exterior, the National Assembly Building is a beautiful piece of architecture. The historic building came to life in 1975 after six years of construction. The pillars and the dome symbolize the various opinions of the public emerging as one. The building is a favorite among tourists as it is located next to the Hangang River. The Hangang River sits behind the building as a beautiful backdrop.

    The National Assembly Building contains the Visitor Center, a walking area, and benches alongside the Hangang River. The easiest way to visit the National Assembly Building is by applying at the Visitor Center. One can tour various parts of the National Assembly Building as well as the main conferencing area. The application process lasts roughly twenty minutes. The drawback is that it does not offer a foreign language service. Those who are interested in seeing Korean politics in action may also see sessions as they proceed. However, those not particularly interested in Korean politics will be more than satisfied with the regular tour.

    Telephone
    +82-2-788-2865, 2885

    Tour Course Information
    * National Assembly Tour (guided tour)
    Course: visitor entrance – public gallery – exhibition Hall – visitor entrance
    Tour time: 40 min

    * Visitors Center Tour (National Assembly’s memorial Hall)
    Promotional film screening theater
    Exhibition halls - Chairs of the national assembly, History of the national assembly
    Special Exhibition hall
    Souvenir shop
    (Guided tour is available by prior request.)

    Activity Information
    - National Assembly Visit
    - National Assembly Open to the public
    * Please visit its official website for more information.


    Parking Facilities
    Available
    In accordance with the National Assembly transportation system, only vehicles on official duty, with a disabled passenger and others in need of protection are allowed to park in the National Assembly complex. Tourists and ordinary visitors (including buses) are asked to park at the Han Riverside Parking Lot.

    Admission Fees
    Free for the first 2 hrs.
    (Requires stamp on parking tickets at the information desk)

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