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Museum of the Korean broadcasting industry

150-870 Seoul, South Korea

Address KBS broadcasting station in Yeouido
13, Yeouigongwon-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu 
서울특별시 영등포구 여의공원로 13 (여의도동) 
Floor area 1 629 m² / 17 534 ft²  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • Transmitting and Studio technique


Opening times
9:30am - 5:30pm,
Closed on the first Monday of every month and on national holidays
09:30~17:30(17:00까지 입장)
명절(신정, 설, 추석)연휴, 정기휴관일(매월 첫째주 월요일)

Admission
Status from 11/2016
Free entry.

Contact
Tel.:+82-2-1330  Tel.2:+82-2-781-2224~5  

Homepage office.kbs.co.kr/kbson

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Location / Directions
N37.526473° E126.915704°N37°31.58838' E126°54.94224'N37°31'35.3028" E126°54'56.5344"

Small cars: KBS parking lot for visitors.
Free for the first 2 hours
※ Parking ticket must be presented at the information desk to be signed or stamped by a staff member -> Confirm the ticket at the fare booth.

Subway 1) National Assembly Station (Seoul Subway Line 9), Exit 4.
2) Yeouido Station (Seoul Subway Line 5 or 9), Exit 3.
The KBS building is located within 20 minutes' walking distance of the station.

Description

visitkorea.or.kr:
Introduction
Located within the KBS broadcasting station in Yeouido, the KBS Exhibition Hall is the first museum in Korea dedicated to the history and evolution of the Korean broadcasting industry. The exhibition hall is a space where visitors can experience radio and television broadcasting production firsthand. The KBS Exhibition Hall first opened on January 1, 1977 and after extensive renovation, the exhibition hall reopened in April 2001. Now, the hall offers better services than before with the addition of a Hologram Corner, 3D TV Experience Corner, and Character Photo Zone.

The KBS tour starts from the main hall on the second floor and continues onto the fourth and fifth floors. In addition to the small museum, radio drama studio, sound effect instruments, 9 o'clock news corner, hologram corner, 3D movie experience hall and chroma key corner, visitors have the chance to observe the TV production process and radio programming process through a window that looks out into the broadcasting studio.

Floors
2F (164㎡): Lobby, HD camera & TV Kindergarten character set
4F (944㎡): TV, News, Sports, Hologram, 3D TV Experience Center, Chroma Key, Characters
5F (231㎡): Mini Museum, Radio, Announcer corner
 

Program Information
News Anchor Experience (News area)
Weather forecast experience (Chroma key)
3D theater experience

Text from visitsoul.net:
About
Located within the KBS broadcasting station in Yeouido, the KBS Exhibition Hall is the first museum in Korea dedicated to the history and evolution of the Korean broadcasting industry. The exhibition hall is a space where visitors can experience radio and television broadcasting production firsthand. The KBS Exhibition Hall first opened on January 1, 1977 and after extensive renovation the exhibition hall reopened on April 2001.

The tour starts from the main hall on the second floor and continues onto the fifth floor and fourth floor. The fifth floor features a small museum and radio-related exhibition space that details the history of Korean broadcasting and the evolution of broadcasting equipment. The fourth floor features an experience space where visitors can become an anchor for the 9 o'clock news or a weathercaster for a day. Visitors also have the opportunity to observe the TV program production process and radio programming process through a window that looks into the broadcasting studio.

Second Floor Lobby 
Near the entrance of the KBS Exhibition hall, visitors can peer through a window into a radio studio and observe live broadcasts of Cool FM (89.1Mhz) and Happy FM (106.1Mhz) while listening to the broadcasts from outdoor speakers. To the left of the studio window is a photo zone where visitors can take pictures with popular children's program characters. In the lobby, visitors can view several programs representative of KBS including soap operas, entertainment programs, educational programs and documentaries, news and sports, children's programs, etc. on large TV monitors. Visitors can also see themselves on-screen with a character from the kindergarten television show "One, Two, Three".

Fifth Floor 
The tour proceeds to the small museum on the fifth floor that details the history of Korean broadcasting. The evolution of broadcasting equipment is also featured, with antique radios, TVs, cameras, mikes, and other broadcast equipment on display.


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