Time Out says
In 2013, the Seoul city government started a program that was aimed at helping the city’s youth. The program plans to have five different youth-focused community centers in Seoul by 2018. The Zero Gravity Zone G-Valley was designed, not just as a space for unemployed youth, but also for young people who want to reflect on their current jobs and think about how to change the systems that they might be dissatisfied with. One of the programs they host is a self-development program where you can learn about and study subjects you believe could be your true passion. They hold a variety of workshops, movie screenings and board game nights.
Noryangjin-ro 10-gil, Dongjak-gu
|Price:||Cinema Room per hour 3000 won|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 10am–10pm|