Public screen on top of the building
The fourth victim of the subway serial killer is announced on the screen on top of this building, among others, in episode 1 of Catch the Ghost (유령을 잡아라) (tvN, 2019).
The serious condition of Gu Jun-pyo’s (Lee Min-ho) father is announced in episode 12 of Boys Over Flowers/Boys Before Flowers (꽃보다 남자) (KBS2, 2009) on this screen.
Movie Filmed Here
As seen in Inside Men (내부자들) (2015).
Ilmin Museum of Art [일민미술관], is a private museum that mainly specializes in Korean art. It was established in 1996 by the Ilmin Cultural Foundation (일민문화재단), a non-profit organization in memory of Kim Sang-man (김상만/金相万), the former president of South Korea’s newspaper company Dong-A Ilbo. The museum carries Kim’s pen name Ilmin (일민/一民) and is based on the art collection acquired during his lifetime. It also houses the only documentary archive –collecting and making public documentary films and video art– in South Korea, along with three exhibition halls, the Pillar Bookshop and Café imA, among other facilities.
The building, located in Seoul’s neighborhood of Sejongno [세종로] — under the administration of Jongno-220.127.116.11 ga-dong/Jongno 1(il).2(i).3(sam).4(sa) [종로18.104.22.168가동] — in the Jongno District [Jongno-gu/종로구], has been recognized as an irreplaceable cultural landmark, and also selected as one of ten Seoul modern architecture cultural assets in 2010. It sits at the southern end of Gwanghwamun Square [광화문광장] and is in walking distance to/from Gyeongbokgung Palace and the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts [세종문화회관].
152 Sejong-daero, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 종로구 세종대로 152
Geolocation: 37.569866, 126.977654
Gwanghwamun Station [광화문역], Seoul Subway Line 5, Exit 5
(1 min. walk)
— submitted by Marion KDL
— Photo taken by © Mich KDL, September 2019