Seoul installed emergency sanitary napkin dispensers in rest rooms of public facilities to ease the inconveniences of women and promote their health.
From 2020 to 2022, Seoul will establish S-Net to allow anyone to use free public Wi-Fi everywhere in the city.
Nodeulseom Island, which had been abandoned, was reborn into a cultural complex with mainly music facilities in September 2019.
A storehouse that had been empty was remodeled to become a cultural complex centered around “books.”
Seoul offers KRW 500,000 for six months to unemployed young people living in the city to encourage their seeking of their first jobs.
Seoul pays the living wage to the vulnerable labor group who could not receive medical care due to the burden of living expenses when hospitalized or receive a physical examination.
With Ttareungi, Seoul offers a 24-hour unmanned system to allow everyone to use public bikes, whenever and wherever, using the app on a mobile phone.
A representative summer festival spanning all programs that can be enjoyed at Hangang River in Summer, including paddling, watching movies and performances, and eating.
An event to make Seoul a city that is open to pioneering technologies, products, and services as well as a city to realize visions of start-ups.
Seoul increases the supply of houses and expands the support of deposit for newlywed couples in order to reduce the burden of housing expenses.
Celebrating the 2nd anniversary this year, Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism is an international academic exhibition and festival that invited 80 cities from around the world.
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the March 1st Movement, Seoul is reinforcing support for descendants of independence activists and paying them honor by restoring cultural heritage related to the independence movement and building memorial spaces.