Hyangchon Cultural Center, opened in Oct. 30, 2014, renovated an old Commercial Bank-Daegu branch, to promote the revitalization of local economy at a slow economical period. During the refugee period in the 1950s, Hyangchon-dong served as a hometown to many cultural artists. The cultural center replicated the old looks of Hyangchon-dong, making the cultural space even more special. Moreover, on the basement of the building, is the original location and still running "Nokhyang", the oldest classical music hall in nation, which opened in 1946. 



449, Jungang-daero, Jung-gu, Daegu[Google Map]


Length of Tour: 

About 2 hours




Hyangchon Cultural Center (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)



How To Use


Admission / Participation Fees: 

Adults (20-64) - General 1,000 won / Group 500 won(20 or more)
Teenagers (8-19) - General 500 won / Group 500 won (20 or more)
Children (Under 7) - Free


Structure Size: 




Additional Info


Collections Status: 

Purchased artifacts-264. Donated artifacts-3,303 (As of Feb. 2015).


Program Information: 

[Costume Experience]
Become a designer wearing suits from the 1950s

[Drawing Experience using silver foil drawings by Lee Jung Seop]

[Conductor Experience]
Become a C16 Conductor using pre-recorded music



Reservation available through the website. Reserve at leat 1 week prior to visiting day.


Reservation for Foreigners : 

Reservation available through the website. Reserve at leat 1 week prior to visiting day.


Info. Services for Koreans: 

Guided tour : 11:00, 14:00, 16:00


Foreign Language Intepretation Services: 

Groups reserved through the homepage. (You must reserve at least 1 week prior to the visiting day)


General Overview: 

[Rental Facility]
Special exhibition hall, Nokhyang (For reservation call +82-53-661-2333)


zipcode: 41918

accomcountculture: 500 people at one time

infocenterculture: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

• For more info: Info. Desk +82-53-661-2367 or Office +82-53-661-2331

parkingculture: None

restdateculture: Every Monday. Jan. 01

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