The Jeongsimhwa International Cultural Center is the large building on the right, just past the gate of Chungnam National University.
‘Jeongsimhwa’ is the Buddhist name of Ms. Lee Bok-Soon, who donated her lifetime savings (a total of five billion won) to the university back in 1990. She had earned the money over the course of many years by selling gimbap (rice rolled in seaweed), which currently sells for only 1,000 or 2,000 won a roll.
The cultural center was built in commemoration of the late Ms. Lee. After a series of setbacks and through the effort of many helping hands, construction was finally completed in 2000. The Jeongsimhwa Hall at the center has 1,817 seats and is used for concerts, performances, and other large-scale events. Baekma Hall (450 seats) and Daedeok Hall (200 seats) are used primarily for seminars. For visitors’ convenience, the Jeongsimhwa International Cultural Center has a parking area with space for up to 268 cars.
99, Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon[Google Map]
How To Use
[Events and performances offering admission ticket]
Admission ticket can be used for free parking.
[Events and performances not offering admission ticket]
Free parking ticket will be given.
* From Daejeon or Seodaejeon Station
Take the subway and get off at Exit 7 of Yuseongoncheon Station (Chunnam Univ. and Mokwon Univ.) From the station, take a taxi (about 5~10 min.)
accomcountculture: Jeongsimhwa Hall 1,817 seats / Baekma Hall 450 seats / Daedeok Hall 180 seats
infocenterculture: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-42-821-8080, 8081
parkingculture: Available (210 spaces)
restdateculture: National Holidays and the 2nd & 4th Sat. & Sun. of every month