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서울역 구 역사는 1922년 6월 착공, 1925년 9월 준공된 지하 1층, 지상 2층, 면적 6,631㎡ 규모의 르네상스 양식 건축물로 철근콘크리트 구조에 적벽돌과 화강암 외장재 사용해 지어졌습니다. 설계자는 한국은행 본점과 도쿄역을 설계한 다쓰노 긴고(辰野金吾)의 제자, 츠카모토 야스시(塚本靖)이며, 1981년 9월 25일 사적 제284호로 지정되었습니다. 2003년 11월 27일까지 본래 용도(서울역)로 사용되었습니다.
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August 21, 2019
Culture Station Seoul used to be train station back in 1970s. But due to historical backgrounds, it was closed as tran station but now it's opened again as 'design museum. ' All the architectural assets from 1900s, are still well kept, but inside this place, very interesting exhibitions take…
March 25, 2019
This building is seen in a montage about how fairies may live in the realm of humans, and how they may not even know of their own identities themselves, in episode 3 of Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter/Gyeryong Fairy Tale/Tale of Fairy (계룡선녀전) (tvN, 2018). Park Ha-jin (Lee Dong-gun) arrives in Seoul…
September 19, 2018
Multicultural Space Culture Station Seoul 284 is a place where various cultural arts are created and exchanged after restoring the old Seoul Station which was the main stage of modern Korean history and the gateway of traffic exchanges.
November 3, 2017
A cultural space that is accessible to everyone.

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