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  • Korea's effort to enhance
    nuclear safety
  • Technology for the safety of nuclear
    facilities in-service
  • Policy to continuously strengthen
    nuclear safety capacity
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VIRTUAL REACTOR

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Welcome to the Korea Nuclear Energy Virtual Exhibition Hall. We invite you to discover Korea’s advanced nuclear science and
technology and experience the beauty between Korean traditional and
modern culture.

  • To move left and right, hold
    down the left button and move
    the mouse left and right

  • To zoom in and out, scroll up
    and down with your mouth
    wheel.

Gyeonghoeru

Gyeonghoeru is a pavilion northwest of Gyeongbokgung Palace, one of Korea's five major palaces. In the past, it was a venue for banquets in honor of visiting foreign dignitaries and for court officials. Gyeonghoeru is famous for its beautiful harmony between the pond and the pavilion and designated as Korea’s National Treasure No. 224.

Theme Halls

Two theme halls were designed after Sebit Island, one of Seoul’s attractions. The mirrored architecture reflecting the pond and sky symbolizes harmony between nature and technology.

Hyangwonjeong

The large window and hexagonal structure of the nuclear safety theme hall are inspired by Hyangwonjeong, a remodeled pavilion located in the backyard of Gyeongbokgung Palace.

Pottery

Pottery, inspired by Korean white porcelain, is displayed in the nuclear S&T theme hall. It symbolizes nuclear energy as its shape is similar to the dome of a nuclear power plant. The pottery, crafted by human beings using soil and fire, represents the coexistence between the environment and humanity.

Inwangsan

Inwangsan is one of the famous mountains surrounding Seoul, the capital of Korea. It is believed that this mountain stabilizes the national conflict and protects the country. If you go up to the second floor of Gyeonghoeru, you can see Inwangsan Mountain.

Arches

The arches that lead to the theme halls are designed with motifs from the gates of a traditional Korean fortress.

Main Sculpture

The main sculpture is inspired by the poster of the 1988 Seoul Olympics. The shape symbolizes traditional topography combining the energy of the mountains and the water to bring vitality to the environment and make everything grow well.