Located on the Seoul campus, Sameuiwon is a newly renovated dormitory complex that can accommodate 392 students. Both Korean and international students may opt to live in this dormitory. The rooms are equipped with beds, desks, cabinets, air conditioners, LAN, and land phones for the comfort of students. Generally four students share each room.
Partially funded by the Korean government, this new residential hall opened in March 2005 with the most up-to-date facilities. It can accommodate a total of 432 students. Two students share a room with a toilet and bathtub.
Woojungwon opened in August 1998 on the Global Campus as Korea’s first studio-style dormitory and accommodates 1,943 residents. It has seven floors above ground and one floor underground and is equipped with department store exclusively for students and a spacious cafeteria.
Constructed in 2008, the 2nd Dormitory on the Global Campus consists of two buildings that are equipped with the best quality facilities and residential space. The A wing for female students has ten floors above ground and one underground floor while the B wing for male students has 13 floors above ground and 1 underground. Together, they accommodate 2,190 people.
Kyung Hee University's I-Houses I, II, and IV--intended to ease international students' transition to life in Korea--were constructed beginning in August 2008 and are currently open for use. The I-House serves as a platform for students of various nationalities to come together in cultural exchange and understanding to become global Kyung Hee-ans. Each room houses two occupants and includes a kitchenette, restroom, and other necessities.
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There are many off-campus housing options in close proximity to the campuses. For more information regarding finding and securing off-campus housing, please contact the Center for International Students and Scholars.