Visit Arirang TV, a representative English broadcasting station based in Korea.
Your tour is likely to include a visit to an on-air TV production studio and radio Studios, as well as an insight of a variety of other Arirang services, including archives and new media.
*Arirang TV is a place where people work in, so each tour may not always be the same according to the conditions.
● Tour Schedule
Tours are held every Tuesday to Friday at 10:00 a.m and 2:00 p.m.
Each tour takes an hour and there are no tours on the weekends.
● Arrival & Departure
Tour groups should arrive on time in order to start the tour at the appointed time. *We will meet at the 1st floor of Arirang Tower.
Arirang TV & Radio is an operational facility and tours must be done on time in order to avoid interrupting the programming and the staffs working at the scene.
Time lost for the reason of being late, cannot be made up.
For school groups, we recommend teachers to carry a mobile phone to let us know if they are held up due to traffic jam or other delays. We can then advise the early-arrived group's tour first.
● Tour Sizes
Tours are provided for students and community groups.
A minimum of 5 and a maximum of 20 people can be accommodated at each tour.
● Minimum Age
No child under the age of ten is permitted in the tour.
Arirang is a working production environment, and for safety reasons we are unable to accommodate young children.
● Length of Tour
Tours run from 40 minutes to up to 1.5 hours, depending on your group and Arirang requirements on that day.
If you have a large group, your group will be split into groups of 10-12, and each group's start time will be staggered by approximately 10 minutes.
Please allow time for all smaller groups to finish the tour.
Meeting place 1st floor, Arirang Tower
● Clothing and Baggae Check
Arirang is a large building, and the tour will involve walking into a studio environment so you must wear soft soled comfortable footwear.
Elevators are used to access different levels.
● Fire Exits & Evacuation
Arirang has clearly marked exits throughout the building.