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NURIMARU APEC HOUSE

TOUR GUIDE

  • Opening Hours
    9:00 am ~ 6:00 pm
    (Last admission 1 hour
    before closing)
  • Admission is free
  • Tel. +82-51-743-1974~5
  • FAX. +82-51-744-3133

Event Hall Rent Inquiry

  • Tel. +82-51-740-7365
  • FAX. + 82-51-740-7367

Parking Information

  • Paid Parking: Dongbaek Park Annex Parking Lot
  • Paid Parking: Public or Private Parking Lot
  • Parking at and around Dongbaek Island is limited
    and fills up quickly during weekends and holidays
    - we encourage visitors to
    use public transportation.

Transportation

  • Bus
  • Take bus No. 1003 and
    get off at Dongbaek-seom
  • Metro
  • Take Metro Line No. 2 and
    get off at Dongbaek Station
    (Exit No. 1)
오시는길 지도보기

To commemorate and promote the successful hosting of the APEC Leaders’ Meeting in 2005, the APEC Memorial opened to the public on the 3rd floor. With a design centered around the flow of human traffic, the memorial promises to provide an enjoyable experience to all visitors.

Lobby
  • Electronic Visitors’ Book, Sibijangsengdo (the twelve oriental symbols of longevity)
    Electronic Visitors’ Book, Sibijangsengdo (the twelve oriental symbols of longevity)
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Overview​
  • APEC overview, history of APEC, host venues for APEC, APEC members
    Exhibit of traditional Korean dress that DURUMARI APEC leaders wore at the APEC Leaders’ Meeting in 2005
    벽부에 설치된 APEC개요와 두루마기 전시모습
APEC 2005 KOREA
  • Preparation for APEC hosting, schedule of events, achievements
    An exhibition of items used by leadersbr
    An exhibition of Nurimaru APEC House miniature
    APEC 2005 Korea 벽부 진열 모습
APEC Member Nations/ Photo Gallery
  • U-media board: Providing information of APEC member countries through RFID technology
    Photo Gallery: Displaying APEC Leaders’ Meeting and vision of Busan on digital panel
    A miniature of the official dinner for APEC leaders served during the 2005 APEC summit
    U-media board
A Multi-Language Information System
  • A video named "From hosting APEC to success" plays in Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese in an effort to make information available to as many visitors as possible.