[Seocho Station Court Pavilion] Where the Supreme Court can be seen


Hello!!   I come to study a little bit of law in here.

I visited the court exhibition hall in the Supreme Court in front of exit 6 of Seocho Station!

It’s a strict court.

If you enter the entrance, you must check your ID at the entrance.

So you will get a visitation like this!

The place where visitors can visit is the 1st floor of east, the court exhibition hall.

There are court pavillion leaflet at the entrance to the left.

As soon as you enter the entrance. You can see the big phrase of freedom, Equality, and justice !

At 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. They give a commentary on the exhibition.

Even if you do not have a reservation, you can listen to the commentary on the same day by following the explanation time of the exhibition on that day.

[However, reservations for group visitors are essential !!]

First, I watched the courtroom.

It was reproduced by the court appearance of the “People’s Participation Court” as a model.

In addition, there is a possibility of experiencing directly in the court experience room which reproduces the court scene as it is.

Anyone who is more than 20 years old citizen of the republic of Korea can be a jury.

The jury will receive a jury envelope when it is drawn by random lottery.

In addition, the Children’s Law Experience Room  is another way to meet children

The explanation was interestingly exhibited

I recommend for elementary, middle, and high school students.

The general public and foreigners are also recommended for the history and experience of the Constitution of the Republic of Korea !!

It is opened from Monday to Friday from 9:30 to 17:30.

Weekend is closed.

The location is the 1st floor of east Supreme Court [Seocho Station Exit 6].



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