Among the materials of the humanities library on the second floor, books that are too large to place on a regular bookshelf are kept separately on the larger bookshelves at the back of the 700 (Art) and 900 (History) sections.
The materials in the antique books collection are mostly old documents and resources on oriental studies. Due to the nature of these antique books, they cannot be borrowed and are operated by the staff on a closed stack system.
However, some materials can be copied or photographed.
The printer is located on the 1st floor of the main bulding, the CRETEC Zone (for copying), the 3rd floor of the main bulding, and the 1st basement floor of the new wing, and the scanner is located in the CRETEC Zone on the 1st floor of the main bulding.
For other inquiries, please contact 4704.
If borrowed materials are not returned within the due date, you will be subject to the following penalties:
You will be suspended from borrowing books/resources for a period equal to the number of overdue days per book
Volunteer work (required volunteer hours: No. overdue books x overdue days x 10 minutes)
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Local residents can view or copy materials by presenting their ID at the library entrance (administrative office) and receiving a visitor pass.
Currently, only persons affiliated with the university and members are allowed access to the library due to COVID-19.
To use the seats available inside reading rooms and borrow books, local residents must pay an annual fee of KRW 100,000 (special membership: KRW 200,000) and sign up as a general (special) member.