General Information


  • Former and current National Assembly members and staff of the National Assembly.
  • Lifelong or honorary library card holders
  • College students and members of the general public over 18 years of age
  • Teenagers aged 12 to 17 recognized by the Chief Librarian as persons who need to use the materials kept by the Library.
  • People who need to use the Library’s collections as recognized by the Chief Librarian

※ Foreign nationals: holders of passports or certificates of alien registration

Opening Hours

  • Monday - Friday / 09:00 - 21:00
  • Weekends 09:00 - 17:00
  • Closed on national holidays, every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month

Reading Rooms Available on Weekends

  • 1F

    Circulation Desk

  • Room 105

    Children’s Reading Room

  • Room 107

    Multi-Purpose Reading Room

  • Room 206

    Legal Information Center

  • Room 208

    Social Science Room

  • 3F, Uijeonggwan

    Digital Information Center

  • 3F, Uijeonggwan

    Dokdo and Unification Resources Room(excluding special materials)

  • Room 314

    Humanities and Natural Science Room

  • Room 524

    Periodicals Room

Reading Rooms Available after 6 PM

  • 1F

    Circulation Desk

  • Room 107

    Multi Purpose Reading Room

  • Room 206

    Legal Information Center

  • Room 208

    Social Science Room

  • Room 524

    Periodicals Room

  • Room 205,
    2F, Members’ Office Building

    Members’ Reading Room

How to apply for use after 6 PM

  • How to use

    Apply for night use at the National Assembly Library website (

  • Hours of use

    Monday - Friday / 18:00 - 21:00

  • Hours to reserve

    Monday - Friday / 09:00 - 17:00 on the same day as the reservation

  • Materials requiring reservation
    • Books · Master’s and Doctoral Theses (in closed stacks)
    • Legal/parliamentary materials (published 2+ years ago)
    • Periodicals (published before 2015); international organization-related materials (published before 2015)
    • Materials kept in reading rooms that close at 6 PM (Materials kept in the Humanities and Natural Science Room, reference books, and materials on Dokdo Island and unification)

Photocopying Service

  • Self-service copying : Copiers are available for use in the Copy Room and in each reading room / 40 KRW per page.
  • Commissioned photocopying : Visit the Library and submit the material in the Copy Room. Users can request copying of up to five books at a time / 60 KRW per page.
  • Mailing service : A mailing service for photocopied materials is available at the user’s request at the Copy Room (National Assembly Library website → Users’ Section → Applications and reservations → Application for mail-requested copying). Standard mail : 3,000 KRW / Express mail : 6,000 KRW / 60 KRW per page.
Inquiries 02-6788-4175

Library Tour

Guided Tour

  • Details

    Introduction of the Library, guided tour of the reading rooms

  • Eligibility

    Groups of 5 - 15 persons only

  • Times
    • Monday ~ Friday : 10:00, 14:00, 16:00
    • Saturday : 9:30, 10:30(in Korean)

Reservations must be made at least one week in advance by online request at the Library’s website.

Inquiries 02-6788-4243

Self-guided Tour

Available upon presentation of an ID card at the Information Desk and issuance of a visitor’s pass for an independent tour (Visitors may explore the reading rooms. Unfortunately, lending is not available.).

Meeting Facilities

Meeting Rooms and Equipments

Meeting facilities including an auditorium and a conference room are available to support efficient legislative activities.

This table is a Meeting Rooms and Equipments table and consists of Type, Capacity, Equipment.
Type Capacity Equipment
Auditorium (B105) 299 seats 2 beam projectors, 4 Internet lines, 1 banner (8m long), sound equipment
Conference room (B103) 80 seats 1 beam projector, 4 Internet lines, 1 banner (6m long), sound equipment



  • Three minutes’ walk from National Assembly Station, line no. 9, exit 1
  • Fifteen minutes’ walk from Yeouido Station, line no. 5, exit 3
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