Supporting Facilities

Hamchunsa (Student Dormitory)

The College of Nursing operates a dormitory for undergraduate students, Hamchunsa, for the juniors and seniors going through clinical practice. Hanchunsa first opened in 1961 with assistance from the University of Minnesota. New Hamchunsa Building was built in 2005. It has a computer lab, a study room, a physical training center, seminar rooms, and a laundry. It is an eight-story building which can accommodate 144 students.


Yongon Library is the medical library located in the Yongon Campus of Seoul National University. It houses about 213,000 volumes and 5,700 journals in the fields of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and public health. The library is an open stack library, such that the bookshelves are open for the use of faculty members, research staffs, and students. Textbooks and monographs are classified and arranged according to The Dewey Decimal Classification system and the U.S. National Library of Medicine Classification system.
Serial publications are arranged alphabetically by title. Services offered by the library include interlibrary loan, photocopying and offset printing, and bibliographic services.
The service center operates under the auspices of the Western Pacific Regional Office of the World Health Organization. Reference librarians are available to provide advice for the appropriate use of library materials and to assist research.