South Korea’s leading bookstore Yes24 has opened the largest used bookstore in Korea yesterday at F1963, a complex cultural space located in Suyeong.
F1963 features a space design that allows you to enjoy reading books in a museum as well as 200,000 used books in 24 fields such as literature, humanities, history, and economy. It also includes rare books such as out-of-print books and foreign vintage books, as well as records as well as DVD/Blu-ray and a children’s zone.
In order to celebrate the opening of this used bookstore, Yes24 plans to exhibit 500 volumes of special literature and poetry.
The store will be opened everyday from 10:30 to 20:30 and is closed New Year’s Day and Chuseok Day.