The Library at the Honorary Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hyderabad provides free and equitable access to a wide range of information and materials, for all ages to promote, encourage and support you in your Korean Language learning journey. You can find resources and tools suited to your level to help you make independent progress in your Korean Education. The Centre promotes bilateral cultural linkages between India and the Republic of Korea, by organizing cultural programmes, and workshops in efforts to open a forum promoting knowledge, ideas, and cultural enrichment.
The Library consists of books in Korean and English, and an assortment of audio-visual materials that can be utilised in the premises of the centre. It is open to the general public from 10 to 5 o'clock on Monday to Friday.The library is situated on the building’s first floor and houses a collection of over 300 books on various subjects related to Korea to. It also provides numerous Korean grammar books, dictionaries, and TOPIK materials in the reference section, a real boon for students learning Korean. You can pick up a DVD to watch a Korean documentary or book a slot to watch Korean Dramas and movies available with English and Korean subtitles to improve your listening skills and comprehension.
- Access to the library is free and open to all people interested in Korean Language, Culture, and History.
- A valid Library membership card must be presented while entering the campus.
- No bags or sweaters will be allowed inside the library.
- Candidates that cause damage to any material must repay for a lost item, including importation costs, if any.
The Library has come into existence only through the support from the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Mumbai, the Korea Foundation, Phoenix Group, and Korean expats in Hyderabad who have donated materials. We are grateful for all their contributions, and hope that this proves to be beneficial to Indian and Korean citizens alike.
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