With 24 granite pillars, a splendid blue dome, and white exterior, the National Assembly Building is a beautiful piece of architecture. This historic building was completed in 1975 after six years of construction. The pillars and the dome symbolize the various opinions of the public emerging as one. The building is a favorite among tourists as it is located next to the Hangang River.
The National Assembly Building consits of visitors center, walking area, and benches alongside the Hangang River. The easiest way to visit the National Assembly Building is by applying at the visitors center. One can tour various sections of the National Assembly Building as well as the main conference area. The application process takes roughly twenty minutes. The drawback is that it does not offer any foreign language service. Those who are interested in seeing Korean politics in action may also see sessions as they proceed.
www.assembly.go.kr (Korean, English)
Experience Guide : - National Assembly Visitors Center
- National Assembly Tour
* Please visit the official website for more information.
Contact and Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-788-2114
Parking facilities : Available
In accordance with the National Assembly transportation system, only vehicles on official duty, with a disabled passenger and others in need of protection are allowed to park in the National Assembly complex. Tourists and ordinary visitors (including buses) are asked to park at the Hangang Riverside Parking Lot.
1, Uisadang-daero, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul