Zhengdu Library can be regarded as a relatively popular community library in the local area. It is large in scale and well-developed. The local people like it better. There is also a bicycle shed nearby, which is particularly life-like.
If you don’t have time, you can skip it here. Although there are many libraries, they are not as good as the national libraries in China.
Zhengdu Library is located in the former Gyeonggi High School in Bukchon, Jongno District, Seoul.
Opened in January 1977, it has a collection of 490,000 books and 16,300 non-book materials.
The Seoul Educational Archives contains 12,000 Wooge's educational materials, which is the Seoul Metropolitan Public Library.
Zhengdu Library provides the latest information to the citizens of Seoul, and is committed to helping citizens learn, realize cultural development and lifelong education.
In addition to borrowing books and materials, writers are invited to give lectures every month, and rich cultural events such as photo exhibitions, book clubs, puppet shows, concerts, and dance performances are often held.
There are still many books and documents in it, but unfortunately I can't understand it.
The library environment is very good, and I often go to play very well
Libraries in downtown Seoul...many people regardless of age