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What is the DMC


Convenient infrastructure that connects DMC and metropolis
It takes less than an hour to get to the metropolitan area from DMC.
Convenient transportation infrastructure linking DMC to the metropolis: It takes less than an hour to get to the metropolitan area, including Seoul. Seoul City has already completed the building and extension of the DMC connecting road, which is only 7 km away from the metropolis (CDB). In particular, the Digital Media City Station and the World Cup Stadium Station are nearby. Trains for Incheon International Airport will be built as well, thereby enhancing the transportation infrastructure associated with DMC. The existing Gayangdaegyo, Seongsandaegyo, and World Cup Daegyo will be completed by 2015, connecting DMC to areas south of the Hangang region.
High-quality communications infrastructure
It takes less than an hour to get to the metropolitan area, including Seoul. Seoul City plans to deliver a high-quality video network where wireless and wired telecommunications connections are available, including satellite connection. In particular, the telecommunications network of DMC will be built to reflect the preferences of resident companies rather than those of the service providers.
Information and media experts who are fluent in English
Each year, 43 universities and 13 colleges (2-year course) in Seoul produce 70,000 graduates and 20,000 masters and doctoral degree holders. With schools that nurture IT graduates who are fluent in English located nearby, DMC companies will surely benefit.
Green zone and eco-friendly infrastructure
DMC pursues development that is in harmony with the environment and technology that places people first. Accordingly, a very pleasant environment is being formed in DMC.
Five World Cup Parks -- Noel, Haneul, Pyeonghwa, Nanjicheon, and Nanji Hangang Park, where one can have a breathtaking view of the Hangang -- were formed on the 3,471,090 ㎡ site. The site used to be a waste landfill but was developed for the World Cup in 2002.
Noel Park (100,000 pyeong) houses an eco-friendly golf course built in 2004; it was designed considering both leisure spaces and natural environment. For the golf course, the transformation of the fundamental environment and pesticide use were minimized, and habitats for living creatures were provided. Seoul City and KSPO agreed to turn the golf course into a family park on June 17, 2008 and opened the park on November 1, 2008. Seoul City placed park direction boards and built temporary bathrooms.
In 2009 and 2010, Noel cafe, event stages, observation decks, and sculptures will be built to embody the essence of the eco-park. The park will continue to evolve into a cultural, artistic space.