|Doosan Art Center (Formerly, “Yonkang Hall”) (두산아트센터)|
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|The Doosan Art Center, which opened on October 1st, 2007, is structured around three different spaces: The Yonkang Hall, exclusively designed for musical performances, Space 111, a “space for art incubation,” and the Doosan Gallery, built for installations.
The Yonkang Hall a theatre with a 620 person seating capacity, specially designed lighting and a world-class audio-visual system, provides a second-to-none sensory experience.
Space 111 can accommodate a broad range of performing arts: From theater and dance to film and music concerts. The Doosan Gallery is open to the public, and art exhibitions and performances here can be enjoyed free of charge.
All three theaters include spacious lobbies with handicapped access, designated seating for parents with infants, and meeting areas. Rest rooms are also available nearby, in order to avoid long queues and long walks during intermission.
Visit the Doosan Art Hall website (www.doosanartcenter.com) for more details on performance and exhibition schedules as well as reservations. (Korean language only.)
|1F – Doosan Gallery
B1 – Yeongang Hall, Space 111
B3 – Yeonji Lounge
* Café – Sandwiches, coffee, drinks, and others
* Yeonji Lounge – Light meal or snack available for small meetings and/or seminars
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Differs according to programs|
|Doosan Art Hall can be reached by walking 30m toward the Jongno 5-ga pharmacy alley from Jongno 5-ga station on line number 1.|