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[Institute for Culture and Arts] Powerplant Becomes a Roller Rink 〈Let’s Roll @powerplant〉

Mar 25, 2024 - Apr 05, 2024

LET'S ROLL @ Power Plant

  • Date: March 25th (Mon) – April 5th (Fri)
  • Time: Mon-Fri 14:00-20:30 / Sat-Sun 12:00-16:00
  • Location: Seoul National University, Gwanak Campus, Building 68, 1st Power Plant
  • Free Admission / Free Rental (220~290mm)
  • Socks are mandatory!

A space like this inside the school??!! Still don't know about the Power Plant?

For the past 40 years, the Power Plant served as the boiler room supplying heating to the campus. Yet, it ceased operations after the campus buildings adapted individual heating systems. With the establishment of the Institute for Culture and Arts in July 2022, the Power Plant was reborn as a new complex cultural space injecting cultural energy into the school. From rave parties to exhibitions, international forums, and classical music performances, various events take place at the Power Plant. Experience this rough and unpolished vast space while roller skating.

Roller Skating Lessons with the Center for Sport Development & Promotion SNU

Curious but never had the chance to learn? Join us for basic skills and technique lessons conducted by Coach Gwak Wan-seo, a roller legend with over 20 years of experience as a professional player. Learn the culture and manners of roller skating and experience a new sports activity with safe riding methods. A small gift will be given to all participants!

Yes, we’re rolling!

The Institute for Culture and Arts welcomes the new semester and supports your exciting school life. Recharge your energy at Power Plant filled with things to see, eat, listen to, and take pictures of!

For more details, check out the Institute for Culture and Arts Instagram! Instagram @powerplant.seoul

Organizer/Host: Seoul National University Institute for Culture and Arts

Cooperation: The Center for Sport Development & Promotion SNU

Sponsorship: Adonis Arl, Outside, Charbongbong

Inquiries: Institute for Culture and Arts