Opened in 1999, the Cinémathèque Busan was
the first film archive facility in Korea. Dedicated to collecting and
preserving the cultural heritage of films and video materials, the Cinémathèque
Busan also includes an exclusive theater and archives. Quality independent art
movies are shown year round, and various video materials are available for
|* Busan Cinema Center
Land area: 32,137㎡
Building area (B1-9F): 54,335㎡
|Cinematheque (7F-8F): 212 seats|
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|Cinematheque (7F-8F): Art, classical and independent films|
|* Cine Mountain: Cinematheque. Cinema I & II, Haneulyeon Theatre, Information Center, storage locker, cafeteria, parking lot
* BIFF Hill: BIFF Organizing Committee, editing room, seminar room, sound recording room, library, multi-purpose room, film archive, cafeteria, etc.
* Double Cone
* Outdoor Theater
|Film archive, editing room, lecture room, cafeteria, storage locker|
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Reserved seats for visitors with disabilities, restrooms|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Cinematheque: 5,000 won (subject to change)|
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|Credit Cards Accepted|
|* General parking
Free for first 10min / 500 won for each additional 30min
* Theater patrons
Movie: 3 hours free parking
Performance: 4 hours free parking
* Daily parking: 8,000 won
Centum City Station (Busan Subway Line 2), Exit 6.
Go straight 270m and turn left onto Centum 5-ro Road.
Continue 250m, until you see the Busan Cinema Center on the right.
Cinematheque Busan is located on 7F-8F of the Busan Cinema Center.
[Bus] (bound for Shinsegae Department Store)
5-1, 36, 39, 40, 63, 115, 139, 141, 155, 181, 307, 1001, 1002
[Airport Limousine Bus]
From Gimhae International Airport, take a Limousine Bus (Route 2).
Get off at Bexco Bus Stop.
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