The National Digital Library of Korea is located on Banpo-ro in Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is also known as a "dibrary" (Hangul: 디브러리), a Konglish word combining "digital" and "library." It was opened in May 2009 after seven years of construction. Facilities allow access to over 800 libraries and other institutions around the world, including from the U.S. Library of Congress, and a total of more than 116 million pieces of content. The TV studio and user-created content (UCC) studio contain camcorders and lighting facilities, allowing users to produce, edit and display their own UCC sounds and images. Access is available to foreigners.

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