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SNU Hoam Faculty House http://www.hoam.ac.kr
Add: 239-1 Naksendae-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul
Tel: 82-2-871-4053 Fax: 82-2-871-4056



Hoam



Location



Way #1 From Incheon airport to Hoam



1.Take the "#6017 Airport limousine bus" at the GATE 6B or 13B. (Check the Bus time table)
2.Get off at the last stop "Hoam Faculty House"

Way #2. From Gimpo airport to Hoam
1.Take the "#6003 Airport limousine bus" at the Bus terminal #6. The bus will depart every 20minutes.
   The bus fare is 4,000 won by cash.
2.Get off at the main gate of Seoul National University. Take a taxi or a shuttle from the main gate
   of Seoul National University
   - Shuttle service is available upon reservation only.
   - Running hour of shuttle : 08:00~19:00 (Monday to Friday).
   - Please contact at 82-2-880-0311 for reservation

Way #3 By Taxi
1.Take a taxi from Incheon/Gimpo airport to Hoam Faculty House(HFH).

Incheon Airpot → HFH Gimpo Airpot → HFH
FARE 70,000 won 30,000 won
Everyday


2.The fare could be changeable upon traffic situation. Please contact us at +82-2-880-0311
or front@hoam.ac.kr for reservation By Taxi

Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies
http://kyujanggak.snu.ac.kr/LANG/en/main/main.jsp
Add: #103, 1, Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul, Korea



Originally founded as the royal library in 1776 in the rear garden of Changdeokgung Palace by King Jeongjo, the Kyujanggak has not only survived the tumult of court intrigue, invasion and colonial rule, but has continued to expand. The Kyujanggak collections now contain over 260,000 items, such as The Annals of Joseon Dynasty (Joseon Wangjo Sillok) and the Diary of the Office of Royal Secretaries (Seungjeongwon Ilgi), both designated UNESCO World Documentary Heritages, and many vividly detailed documents such as the illustrated manuals of various state events (Euigwe), old maps, and memoirs.