Namsan Freedom Center was opened in 1964


Meaningful Days of Korean History

Namsan Freedom Center was opened in 1964 +

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The Freedom Center, designed by architect Kim Soo-geun (February 20, 1931 to June 14, 1986,) was decided to be established at the 1962 Asian Anti-Communist Federation Provisional Assembly to prevent communist aggression against free Asian countries and to protect peace and security.

The main building of the Freedom Center, a large convention center, Seoul Club, a social club for high-ranking people, and Tower Hotel, a hotel for foreigners, were established here.

It is the first government-run building and represents Korea in the 1960s.
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