33 Oulim-ro, Deogyang-gu, Goyang, Gyeonggi-do
The Goyang Oulimnuri Arts Center is an integrated culture and arts venue that combines performance space with educational and athletics facilities. The largest of its kind in the East, it attempts to combine art and sports in a way rarely seen in other such integrated spaces. The Oulim Theater can host virtually any type of musical performance from classical to popular music. the family and child-friendly Stars’n sand Theater and Flower Hill Outdoor Theater are all located alongside athletics facilities. It is a place worth noting particularly by organizers of art and sports-related events. In addition to large events, the Center is capable of accommodating various types of smaller events in its seminar rooms and at the Catch-A-Star Learning Center.
|Name||No.||No. of people||Note|
|Oulim Theater||1||1,290||Operas, plays, dance performances, traditional Korean music, musicals, popular music, culture and art performances for elementary, middle, and high school students|
|Stars'n Sand Theater||1||366||Popular music and all other musical genres, culture and art performances for elementary, middle, and high school students|
|Flower Hill Outdoor Stage||1||300||Concerts, plays, outdoor plays, miscellaneous events|
|Classroom inside Learning Center||5||each 30||Calligraphy room, experience room, art room, video room, practice room, beam projector, screen, educational equipment|
|Oulim Art Gallery||1||Painting, crafts, photography, installation art, etc.|
The Goyang Oulimnuri Arts Center has several supplementary facilities, including a cafeteria, Korean restaurant, and wedding hall. It also has a variety of sports facilities. These include Byeolmuri Stadium, a large facility with a track; Eolum Maru, a skating rink used for the Kim Yun-A Ice Show; the 10-lane swimming pool; and the indoor gymnasium, which is used for basketball, volleyball, and handball.