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Gyeongsangbuk-do Anapji Pond 0 It has been able to see the pond of Silla adjacent to the northeast of the month Castle. Inwang-dong, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do 054-772-4041 - - One of the most famous sites that can get you up close and personal with the ancient views of the Shilla Dynasty, is Anapji Pond. This artificial, yet beautiful pond was built as part of the palace complex of the former dynasty in 674 AD and is located just northeast of where the royal palace grounds once stood. According to the historical records of the Three Kingdoms of Korea (Goguryeo, Baekje and Shilla), the pond was crafted using the construction techniques from Goguryeo Dynasty and Baekje’s sense of beauty. A particularly appealing time to visit is in the evening, when the lights and shadows add mystique to the pond and Korean architecture.
Daegu Ayang Arts Center 200 Facilities include a garden to play, a state of the art model exhibition room and hall, a multi-purpose room, a field concert hall, an outdoor basketball court, and indoor pool and a gymnasium. 1084, Hyomok1-dong, Dong-gu, Daegu 053-951-3300 http://www.ayangarts.or.kr/home/sports/ - Located in the Dong-gu district of east Daegu, this large facility supports outdoor venues, exhibition halls, a cultural center, a sports center, and much more.
Daegu Bongsan Culture Center 445 125, Bongsan-dong, Jung-gu, Daegu 053-661-3081 www.bongsanart.org - With a seating capacity of over 400 in this impressive facility on the southern edge of Daegu’s downtown, citizens love the events and performances held here, along with its adjacency to some of the city’s best cafes and art galleries on Bongsan Culture Street. 
Daegu Daegu Art Factory 100 You can conduct a small seminar using in-house audio & visual equipments. Suchang-dong, Jung-gu, Daegu 053-803-6252 www.daeguartfactory.kr

Daegu’s old-city area is reborn into art creation space, known as Daegu art factory. This venue serves as a studio for artists to conduct experimental works, and the audience embrace this place as a venue to experience various arts. A large gallery and auditorium are available, along with an arts information center where you can easily check art information and archives. Daegu art factory operates a residency program to provide a venue for new artists to create their arts. ‘Cafe project Mangwondang’ is a unique library very different from other libraries, easily accessible for visitors.

 

Available spaces: Gallery hall and seminar room
Catering: Available (No alcohol)
Available hours: 09:00-22:00
Point of contact: Ms. Kim Eun Young at 053-803-6252

Daegu Daegu Art Museum 200 The museum has a total area of 2171 square meters of art exhibition with seven basement floors and three floors above ground 40, Art Museum-ro, Suseong-gu, Daegu 053-790-3000 www.daeguartmuseum.org - Daegu Art Museum opened in 2011 to much fanfare from local artists and citizens, alike. Featuring an array of contemporary art exhibits intermixed with showcases of cultural references, this facility gives inspiration to aspiring artists who can also participate in the differing art courses, educational and incubation programs that the museum has to offer.
Daegu Daegu Culture & Art Center 1090 Daegu Culture and Arts Center is a hall of fame for civic culture with its exhibition season of four performances 187, Seongdang-dong, Dalseo-gu. Daegu 053-606-6114 www.artcenter.daegu.go.kr - Located in the vicinity of Duryu Park, this center is constantly active with local and international events and exhibitions. 
Daegu Daegu Hyanggyo 250 There is an exotic banquet hall which shows some of Korea's culture, it can be used as an international conference room with space for a welcome reception in various places 735-4, Namsan-dong, Jung-gu, Daegu 053-422-8700 www.daeguhyanggyo.org - Daegu Hyanggyo was a leading educational facility that was built at the onset of the Joseon Dynasty in 1398. Its purpose was to educate the sons of Korea's ruling class on Confucian virtues and the role that they had on Korean society and politics. The historical academy was burned during wars that plagued the region during the 16th century, and was rebuilt in 1598 at its current location, south of downtown Daegu. Recently renovated further in 1973, Daegu Hyanggyo is still in use today for tourists, but can frequently be seen as a beautiful wedding backdrop for marriage ceremonies.
Daegu Daegu Stadium 70140 504, Daeheung-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu 053-602-2011 - - With its massive capacity to hold over 65,000 spectators, this world-class facility was initially built to host World Cup games in 2002, and has since been an international beacon for attracting global sporting events, such as the 2003 Universiad and the 2011 World Championships in Athletics. Beautifully located among well-preserved nature and rolling hills, the stadium is complemented by convenient shopping amenities of Color Square, as well as cultural facilities, such as Daegu Art Museum.
Gyeongsangbuk-do Gyeongju World Culture Expo Park 1500 130, Cheongun-dong, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do 054-748-3011 - - Gyeongju holds an elaborate World Culture Expo every few years to showcase its roots of being the home of Korea’s famous Shilla Dynasty that re-shaped Korea in many ways over the centuries. The centerpiece to the event is the World Culture Expo Park, which operates year-round. The most distinctly visible structure of the Park is Gyeongju Tower, a magnificently designed glass building that possesses the outline of a huge pagoda in its center. The rest of the park offers a variety of attractions and interests for all ages of visitors, such as a 3D Animation World, a Shilla Dynasty Cultural History Pavilion, a World Cinematography Gallery, a World Fossil Museum, and much more.
Daegu Keimyung Art Center 1954 There is a large hall that can accommodate state-of-the-art stage, sound, and 1,954 people with lighting facilities. 1000-2, Sindang-dong, Dalseo-gu, Daegu 053-580-6600 www.kmuartcenter.kr - Located on Keimyung University’s vast campus, this state-of-the-art center attracts impressive performances from around Korea, as well as internationally. With a seating capacity of over 1900 comfortable seats, this art center is a favorite among Daegu’s art and culture scene.
Daegu Kyungpook National University’s Auditorium 2096 Kyungpook National University's auditorium has 1,512 seats on the ground floor and 584 seats on the first floor. 1370, Sangyeok-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu 053-954-2194 www.knu.ac.kr - Located on one of the region’s most prestigious universities, this spacious auditorium can seat over 2000 people on its two levels. In the past, the facility has successfully hosted musicals, concerts, and conventions, which adds additional venue support to nearby EXCO.
Daegu Suseong Artpia 1167 The distance from the stage to the front row of the audience is 21 meters 1137-3, Jisan-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu 053-666-3300 www.ssartpia.or.kr - An immaculate facility nestled in the southern hills of Daegu, this performance venue offers an array of domestic and international events and concerts. Housing theaters of varying sizes, as well as exhibition rooms, the venue has received a great deal of accolades and recognition since it was founded in 2007, with its massive space of over 18,000㎡.