Namsan Children's Center Opened


Meaningful Days of Korean History

Namsan Children's Center Opened +

Opening Day
On July 25, 1970, the largest children's center in the East opened in Namsan, Seoul.

The building has one basement floor and 18 floors above the ground, with a total construction cost of 600 million won at that time.

Inside the building is a gymnasium, a swimming pool, a dance room, and a library with 11,000 books.

Namsan Children's Center was transferred to the National Library of Korea in 1974 and moved to a new center in Neung-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul in 1975.

Even now, the Namsan branch of the Seoul Science Exhibition Center is continuing its reputation.
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