|Jeongdok Library (정독도서관)|
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In addition to basic library functions (lending books and offering archives and reading rooms to the public), the library runs various cultural programs such as monthly lectures by invited authors, photo exhibitions, reading seminars, and music/dance performances. The library also hosts educational events on economy, science, and society and shows three movies in the Audio-Visual Room on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday of every week.
Through its vast collection of materials and
its program of cultural events, the library hopes to enrich the lives of Seoul
citizens by providing them with the latest information and a diversity of learning
Buildings: 13,247㎡ (3 buildings)
|Exhibition Hall Information|
* Building No.1
- 1F: Computer Room, Children's Room, Language Lab, and Cafeteria
- 2F: Circulation Room, Cultural Promotion Support Section, Archives Section, Management Division, Director's Office, and School Library Support Division
- 3F: Cultural Classroom No.1 and No.2, Jeongdok Gallery, Conference Room, Audio-Visual Room, Sangrok Foundation, and Samrak Association
* Building No.2
- 1F: Dissertation and Periodicals, Genealogy Room, and Children’s Reading Room
- 2F: Humanities and Social & Natural Science Room
- 3F: Digital Archives, Computer Room, Seminar Rooms, and Cultural Classroom No.3 and No.4
- 1F: Books and Archives, Lounge, and Information Center
- 2F: Reading Room No.3 and No.4
- 3F: Reading Room No.1 and No.2
Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 1.
Walk towards Deokseong Girls' High School (It takes 10 minutes.)
- # 7025, 109, 151, 162, 171, 172, 272, or 601 and get off at Jongno Police Station.
- Take a bus #Jongno 11 and get off in front of The National Folk Museum of Korea.
http://220.127.116.11/english/ (Korean, English)