Hyundai Motor Hall
Hyundai Motor Building
Hyundai Motor Hall was built in September 2013 with its core idea that presents a new business perspective for the 21st century and suggests a new paradigm embracing humanities and culture in an era of Asia-focused business.
Hyundai Motor Hall is the third building built for Korea University Business School. Hyundai Motor Hall has been recognized for its most updated teaching and learning tools, and also for its innovative eco-friendly construction methods that maximize energy efficiency and reduce environmental footprint. The building has been marked new ground in the construction of university buildings.
This 5 ground and 4 underground levels building covers a total area of 15,470㎡, it has 28 faculty offices and 16 high-technology lecture rooms, and 51 group study rooms accessible to students. KUBS students are more than welcome to use our group study rooms, which can be reserved via online reservation system.
In addition, for students’ convenience, a student lounge is located on every floor. We also offer cultural facilities such as open theater. Finance for Hyundai Motor Hall came from over 3,600 sponsors raised from December 2009 to September 2013.
Lee Du-Hui, Dean of KUBS who is in charge of the building construction, adds “We appreciate all the invaluable support contributed to the construction of Hyundai Motor Hall. I believe this will be a big step achieving the school ranking up to the 50th best business school in the world, and 3rd in Asia.”
|Hyundai Motor Hall Floor Guides|
|Level B3||Group Study Room / Lecture Room / Lee Sang-il·Lee Dong-seop Hall / Locker Room / IT Dept.|
|Level B2||Group Study Room / Kim Dae-jung Lounge / Lecture Room / Locker Room|
|Level B1||Group Study Room / Jejasarang Lounge / KCC Lounge|
|Level 1||Lobby / Namchon Lounge / Open theater|
|Level 2||Lecture Room / Locker Room / Group Study Room|
|Level 3||Group Study Room / Hwang Ye-sik·ㄴJo Ye-haeng Gallery / Lecture Room / Locker Room / Namyeong Hall|
|Level 4||Group Study Room / Jang Chi-Pyeong Lounge / Lecture Room / Locker Room|
|Level 5||Honorary Professor's Office / Professor's Lounge / Professor's Office|
Lounge on each floor
The Lounges are located on each floor to help KUBS students carry out group assignments and take a rest during breaks. In the Hyundai Motor Hall, lounges name after the donors, including Lee Sang-il & Lee Dong-seop Hall (B3), Student Lounge B2, 2F), KCC Lounge (B1), Jejasarang Lounge (B1), Namchon Lounge (B2), Hwang Ye-sik & Jo Ye-haeng Gallery (3F), and Namyeong Lounge (4F).
Students benefit from the cultural facilities that enable them to play and joy for the creative leadership. Open Gallery converted the meaning of the Lobby from the simple entrance path, to the cultural space on that anyone could appreciate the cultural works.
Group Study Room
Overall six group study rooms are placed across the underground level 1 ~ 3 to the ground level 2 ~ 4 to facilitate the team communication, and the lounges placed at each level could be the communication spaces.
Floating Floor symbolizes the challenging sprit of the KUBS that transcend the boundaries to the extent. it was designed to the structure floating in the air from the 3rd level to the 4th.
Circle-Shaped Lecture Room
Circle-Shaped Lecture Room enables students to focus on the class, and provides the open environments for discussion.
Hyundai Motor Hall is designed especially for the autonomous space of the students in mind. The underground level one is wholly allocated for the own space of the students, where Multimedia Lounge, Cafeteria and Open Theater are located. And 1032 lockers are located across the ground level 2 ~ 4 to the underground level 2 ~ 3.