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Subject Gangdong-gu, Cheonho 1-dong Community Center Remodeling to Village Broadcasting Station

Gangdong-gu, Cheonho 1-dong Community Center Remodeling to Village Broadcasting Station
The empty space of the community center in Cheonho 1-dong, Gangdong-gu, Seoul, has been reborn as a wonderful space for residents through remodeling.

The district announced on the 27th that it completed the remodeling work by investing 200 million won in an existing space of about 34 pyeong to create a resident-led village broadcasting station and a resident-sharing program room as the Cross Castle Senior Center, located on the first basement floor of Cheonho 1-dong Community Center, was relocated in November last year.

It is more meaningful in that it was reborn as a space only for residents of various ages to share in the entire process from the initial stage of design to the time of completion.

Lee Jung-hoon, head of Gangdong-gu District Office, said, "I hope the Cheonho 1-dong village broadcasting station will be an exemplary case that can be expanded to the entire Gangdong-gu with fresh content that anyone can participate in."

Cheonho 1-dong Village Broadcasting Station is directly operated by residents and is used as a communication channel to convey the joys and sorrows of the region. It also operates various programs such as video content production and online lectures. The district expects to lead resident-led projects to revitalize the village community, including rental of broadcasting equipment.

Gangdong-gu Mayor Lee Jung-hun and other organizers expressed their hope that Gangdong-gu residents will spend more time at village broadcasting stations and enjoy opportunities to exchange culture in harmony with various age groups.

Source: Shin-A Ilbo (