Reflecting its name (literally the ‘House with Threefold Purity’), Samcheonggak is located in one of the most pristine places in the city and has born witness to standout moments in Korean history. It was the venue for the banquet for the Joint Statement (July 4, 2007) between North and South Korean representatives and has served as a forum for a variety of other political and diplomatic functions. The City of Seoul took over Samcheonggak in 2000 and made it available to the public and the building has been under the management of the Sejong Center for the Performance Arts since July 2009, affording visitors many opportunities to experience Korean traditional culture.
[Traditional culture area: Samcheonggak]
Korean restaurant, Korea fusion cafe: Dawon, traditional performance, traditional culture experience
Credit Cards Accepted
75 parking spaces
Foreign Language Intepretation Services
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)