|Hangang River Culture Pavilion (한강문화관)|
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|Located in Yeoju-gun, Gyeonggi-do Province, the
Hangang River Culture Pavilion is a commemorative cultural space where visitors can learn about the background
and potential benefits of the Four Major Rivers Restoration Project. This restoration project (2009-2011) was launched by the Korean government as part of its
environmental restoration and water shortage prevention efforts.
Under the theme “Enjoying 5,000 Years of the Arts”, the Hangang River Culture Pavilion sheds light on the history and cultural assets of the Hangang River and provides opportunities to engage in various cultural activities. The center also displays media artwork by German artist Julius Popp, who is famous for creating novel experiences of communicating via drops of falling water.
|Site area: 42,768㎡
Total floor area: 2,058㎡ (3F, B1, Observatory)
Exhibition hall area: 3,576㎡ (Ground floor area 2,947㎡)
|300 people at a time|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|ID card should be deposited for the rental|
|Available (About 50 small-sized cars, 80 large-sized cars)|
|Foreign Language Intepretation Services|
|English service is available for those who made a group reservation in advance.
Brochures are available in English, Japanese and Chinese.
|Reservation for Foreigners|
|From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus bound for Yeoju Bus Terminal. Take Bus 913 next to the terminal and get off at Sinjin-dong Bus Stop. (13 bus stops) The venue is within 500m from the bus stop.|
|www.riverguide.go.kr (Korean, English)|