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Pyeongchon Art Hall
Korea

2001년 착공하여 2004년 9월 22일 개관한 평촌아트홀은 총 공사비 150억에 지하 2층, 지상 3층, 연면적 7천959㎡규모로, 638석의 객석을 갖추고 있다. 전문 콘서트홀(Concert Hall) 용도로 설계되어 뛰어난 음향시스템이 구축되어 있다. 그 밖에 향토사료실, 전통공예실, 기획전시실, 다목적문화교실, 영화감상실, 문헌자료실, 개인 및 단체연습실 등의 부대시설을 갖추고 있어 시민들에게 다양한 문화향유 및 교육의 기회를 제공하고 있다.

Copyright: Min heo
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Uploaded: 25/05/2010
Actualizat: 26/02/2012
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Tags: art center; gallery; performance; exhibition
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