TeamLab: LIFE1. Term2020.9.25 - 2021.4.4ClosedFeb 15, Mar 8, 20212. Location / AccessDDP Dongdaemun Design Plaza Museum B2F Design Exhibition Hall (M1 Gate)3. Hours10:00 - 20:00 (Last Entry 19:00)4. TicketsAdults(20 and older) 20,000 KRWYouth(Ages 14 - 19) 16,000 KRWChildren(Ages 4 - 13) 12,000 KRWVisitors with Disabilities, Patriots, and Veterans(plus one family member) 10,000 KRWGroups (for groups of 20 or more people) Discounts/per person (Booking on NAVER)Infants(under 36 months) FREE5. DetailsExhitibion Concept / HighlightNature brings us both blessings and disaster, and with the progress of civilization, there are benefits and negative implications: nature and civilization are always connected. There is no absolute malicious intent or universal beauty. There is no easy way to understand this relationship and no simple way to arrange our feelings and our sensitivities towards it. Nevertheless, we want to affirm that we are alive regardless of the situation. Life is beautiful.ARTISTteamLab (f. 2001) is an international art collective, an interdisciplinary group of various specialists such as artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects whose collaborative practice seeks to navigate the confluence of art, science, technology, and the natural world.teamLab aims to explore the relationship between the self and the world and new perceptions through art. In order to understand the world around them, people separate it into independent entities with perceived boundaries between them. teamLab seeks to transcend these boundaries in our perception of the world, of the relationship between the self and the world, and of the continuity of time. Everything exists in a long, fragile yet miraculous, borderless continuity of life.teamLab’s works are in the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; Asian Art Museum, San Francisco; Asia Society Museum, New York; Borusan Contemporary Art Collection, Istanbul; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; and Amos Rex, Helsinki.teamLab is represented by Pace Gallery, Martin Browne Contemporary and Ikkan Art InternationalOfficial Website_ ddp.teamlab.artteamLab: Life Official Instagram_ @teamlab_life
Notice on the Reopening of DDP Lounge 'D-SOOP'
Temporary Closed: Until the Seoul Metropolitan Government gives a separate order.Notice on the Reopening of DDP Lounge 'D-SOOP'The Citizens’ Lounge of Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP), established under the concept “Seoul Design Forest,” is scheduled for reopening on July 22.All citizens are welcome to visit. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, please follow the guideline below:1. Operation - Location: 1F, DDP Design Lab - Operation hours: 10:00 – 18:00. (Tuesday-Sunday) / Closed on Mondays - Open to: Everyone, including citizens, expatriates and tourists2.Features Library filled with Korean novels and design books Indoor garden introducing plants that grow indoors Lounge and Media Tree informing visitors of DDP and guidelines※ Reopening of DDP Design Shops to be announced soon3. Visitors Guidelines - Please wear a mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19. - You may enter after a temperature check and hand disinfection. - No more than 50 visitors may enter the premises at the same time. - Consumption of food and beverages is prohibited in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. No food or beverages are allowed. - Chairs must stay put where they are placed. Moving around objects is prohibited. - Please stay 2 meters apart from others. - Please comply with the COVID-19 guidelines for everyone’s safety.
DDP Field Tour
Temporary Closed: Until the Seoul Metropolitan Government gives a separate order.DDP Field TourThe DDP Field Tour is a guided architectural tour of for groups of up to 20 individuals. Reservations are required.※This is a tour that includes of both the interior and exterior of the DDP, as well as the Dongdaemun History & Culture Park. ※The tour route may be subject to change depending upon on-site circumstances. A. Oullim Square Oullim Square is an urban oasis that is open to the public 24 hours a day all throughout the year. As suggested by the term “Oullim,” which has meanings that include “harmony,” “socializing,” and “get-together,” this space serves as an arena where citizens can connect with one another and a wide variety of outdoor events are held. M1. DDP Tour Desk Located on the second basement floor of the Museum, the DDP Tour Desk is where visitors can make inquiries about guided tours at the DDP and apply for tour programs. ※ For groups of less than 20 people: General Admissions for Individuals – KRW 8,000 / Children – KRW 6,000● DDP Field Tour DetailsOperating hours Tuesday-Saturday 10:30-17:00 ▶ (※ Lunch Time: 12:00–13:00) ※Closed on Mondays, Sundays, January 1st, Lunar New Year’s Day & Chuseok Duration 80-90 minutes [guided tour (60 minutes) + receiver pickup and return (20-30 minutes)] ※Tour includes inside and outside of DDP, Dongdaemun History & Culture Park. ※ Tour itineraries are subject to change without prior notice due to weather or other circumstances. ※ If you do not show up at the reserved time, the tour may be cancelled. ※ If the leader leaves during the tour, the tour may be cancelled for safety reasons.Fee General admission: KRW 8,000 (including university students) Children (Student): KRW 6,000 (limited to elementary, middle, high school students) Groups of at least 20 adults: KRW 7,000 (including university students) Groups of at least 20 children: KRW 5,000 (elementary, middle, high school students) ※ For groups, when the number of applicants per team is less than 30 they can be processed together with individual applicants. We ask for your understanding regarding this. ※ For elementary, middle, and high school students, teachers in charge (1 teacher for every 10 students) are free.Description DDP Tour Guide + DDP Tour Guide brochureLanguages available Korean, EnglishApplication After sending the “DDP Reservation Tour Application Form” via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org): - We will send you a “Reservation Confirmation” message to confirm your tour reservation.No. of participants Groups of 20 to 40 individuals ex) Reservation for 68 individuals → 2 groups of 34 individuals eachYour reservation is complete only once you have received the reservation confirmation email.※ Please note that, for the sake of safe and smooth tour operation, intoxicated guests are not permitted to participate in tours. ● Discount Rates and NotesPayment At the DDP Tour Desk, on-site payment will be processed after assembling (※ Cash and credit card payment is accepted / wire transfers and advance payment are not accepted)Discount and Eligibilityfor Free Tour Any individual eligible for a discount or free tour should submit the necessary documents to the DDP Field Tour personnel before the tour starts, at the time of payment. More than one discount may not be applied at one time. (※ On Culture Day, combining discounts is allowed)25% Discount 1.Individuals 65 years and older 2. Disabled individual who are categorized in the 4th-6th grades of the [Act on Welfare of Persons with Disabilities]Eligibility for Free Tour 1. National Meritorious Persons (Meritorious individual and one accompanying individual) pursuant to the [Act on the Honorable Treatment of and Support for Persons, etc. of Distinguished Services to the State] 2. Disabled individual who are categorized in the 1st-3rd grades of the [Act on Welfare of Persons with Disabilities], the individual with disabilities and one accompanying individual 3.Basic Livelihood Security Recipients and Children50%Discount 1. 50% discount applied all day on the last Wednesday of every month [Culture Day] (can be combined with other discounts) For general and student groups, when combined with 25% discount units of 10s of won are dropped off ex) 50%discount on KRW 3,750 → KRW 1,800Notices for Group Tour LeadersOne leader is arranged for free for each 20 group participants, and the leaders must accompany and guide the group while the tour is in progress. 1. When coming for a preliminary visit, please visit the DDP Tour Desk. 2. When coming for a preliminary visit, not additional products, parking tickets, or tours are provided. ※ DDP Tour Desk Location: DDP Museum(B2F) tour ticket office inside gate M1Notice1. When a DDP Field Tour overlaps with a reserved guided tour, the DDP Field Tour may be canceled. 2. The DDP Field Tour ticket does not cover admission to exhibitions or events at the DDP. 3. The DDP is closed on Mondays and Sundays. Accordingly, no DDP Field Tours are held on those days. 4. Please bring your own earphones to use with the receiver that is distributed to tour participants. 5. Please be careful not to misplace or damage the receiver. ※ In the event you are found to be responsible for damaging or losing the equipment, you may be charged for repairs. 6. For information on parking, please refer to the DDP website (About Us > Directions > Parking) or contact the DDP Parking Customer Center (+82-2-2153-0141). 7. Access to DDP without authorization from the management officer may be prohibited by the security team. Please contact the tour desk in advance.Hourly ParkingKRW 400 per 5 minutes(KRW 4,800 per hour)- Visit the DDP Parking Customer Center(Information Center)on B2F to receive parking discountsVisitors of exhibitions, events and shops (※ show DDP receipts for proof of purchase: one per vehicle)1 hour of free parking with purchase of KRW 20,000 or more2 hours of free parking with purchase of KRW 50,000 or more ※ Present receipt at DDP Parking Customer Center to receive parking discount.● InquiriesPhone +82-2-2153-0310/0311Operating hours Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-19:00Email email@example.com ※ During busy periods, it may be difficult to reach us by phone. ※ Recommend that you contact us via email to ensure a prompt response.
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