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Mapo Tourism Information Center

Location: On the second basement level in Hongik Univ. Station (Airport Railroad)

Opening Hours: 11:00~20:00 (all year-round)

Service Languages: English, Chinese, and Japanese

Employees: Two Tourism Interpreters

Tel.: 02-334-7878

Main Tasks

-Interpretation service for foreigners and supply of convenience services for tourists including Internet searching and various tourism promotion materials.

-Detailed guidance for Hongdae region and supply of Mapo-gu tourism information

-Operation of Movable Vehicle Tourist Office (Hong Car) and free mobile phone recharging service.


Digital Media City Station



DMC Promotion Center

Digital Media City (DMC), which is located in Sangam-dong, a gateway to Seoul’s northwestern area, is a cutting-edge digital media entertainment cluster. DMC Promotion Center was established to introduce and promote the Digital Media City’s projects. The center consists of the Promotion & Exhibition Hall, 3D Image Hall, Experience Hall, and Exhibition Halls 1 and 2 that display cultural and art works.


Seoul OGN e-Stadium

The stadium was jointly built by Seoul City, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and CJ E&M Corporation, and is run by OGN, a Korean cable television channel, under a consignment operating agreement. It is located in the S-PLEX CENTER (Fl. 11 ~ 17) in Sangam-dong, Seoul, where OGN’s main stadium and headquarters are situated.

The stadium consists of a main stadium (GIGA Arena) with 800 seats, three online studios, and an assistant stadium where preliminary contests are held. The GIGA Arena held the Hearth Stone Masters Korea Season 5 as its first game on April 17, 2016, and was officially opened on April 30, 2016 with an opening ceremony.


Korean Film Museum

Korean Film Archive (KOFA) collects, preserves, and supplies all materials related to films. It also operates various public facilities where anyone can easily enjoy image culture. Cinematheque KOFA displays Korean and international classic, art, and independent movies, while the Korean Film Museum provides experience programs related to Korean film history. In addition, Korea’s largest film materials are available at the Multimedia Library. Moreover, KOFA conducts research and publication projects, and Visiting Cinema, and also operates various online services, including VOD service for classic Korean movies.