The Daejeon Metropolitan Government announced that Temi-Orae, which is operated as a cultural shelter for citizens, will open its entire facilities by preparing various exhibitions and cultural events from the 23rd to mark the 3rd anniversary of its opening.
Temi-Orae is the only administrative village in the country located in the original city center of Daeheung-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon. Nine idle spaces, including the former Chungnam Provincial Governor's Official Hall, a modern architecture created in the 1930s, are being used as complex cultural and artistic spaces where you can feel Daejeon's modern history, culture, and art exhibitions.
This year, Temi-Orae organized a program under the theme of 'Culture that we add together, a moving culture and art village' under the value of 'Coexistence'.
Last year, it was difficult to travel abroad due to Corona, and various cultures of foreign exotic cities such as Turkey Istanbul, Iland Dublin, Nepal Pokhada were available, giving family visitors a small time of comfort and healing.
Also, the 3rd Ole Art Festival, which is full of small markets, various performances, and attractions, will be held on Platanus Street in the official village. Temi-Orae viewing hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and admission is free.
An official from Daejeon City said, "Just as spring comes to our hearts, we will try to play a small role in returning citizens to their daily lives in the COVID-19 situation."