The Chunma Arts Center was built for commemorating Yeungnam University’s 60th anniversary. It is a multifunctional place for exhibitions, cinema and international conferences, with state of the art facilities where classic concerts, opera, musicals, dances, plays and more can be performed. The center is now a representing place for cultural arts and education as well.
In addition, the university has various auxiliary organizations such as University Media, Institute of Information & Computing Systems, Yeungnam University Health Care Center, University Press, Dormitory, Instrumental Analysis Center, Foreign Language Institute, Korean Language Institute and more.
The University Museum has various display rooms for archeology, sculpture, calligraphy, traditional anthropology, and donated relics, in addition to the Imdang Special Room, Storages in the Domestic Museum of Historic Relics, and an academic research center.
It also contains a traditional Korean village with seven traditional houses, outdoor display spaces, and a dolmen park.
It stores more than 40,000 collections which are important to various fields including history, archaeology, anthropology, and traditional study. The museum also contributes a great deal in terms of national research, excavation, surveying, collecting, educating, and preservation.
Folklore Garden which covers area of 70,000㎡ is famous and unique place in Korean universities. Folklore Garden of Yeungnam University consists of 6 traditional houses located by the east to Mirror Lake and near the cherry blossom promenade (so-called lover's road) on the hill. All these houses including Gugye lecture-hall, Uiin Jungsa (pavilion of good people), magpie hole house, Ssangsong-jung (twin pine pavilion), Illu-Jung which were moved from flooded district in Ahndong, and house with facing to facing roof from Gyungju show characteristic and the beauty of our traditional houses.
At the dawn in the early spring, in the late summer afternoon right after rain, in the autumn night when the color of chilly is changed to red from green, in the early winter when first snow comes down, if you take a walk along the Folklore Garden, you can savor antique-looking traditional houses and enjoy path ways between splendid wild flowers.