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Canadian Resource Centre

The Canadian Resource Centre provides visitors with access to a wide range of resource materials and opportunities to learn about Canada. Whether you want to learn about Canadian society and history, study or travel in Canada, or explore creative works by Canadian authors, this is the place to start.

The Centre has over 1,800 books and other resource materials on Canada, as well as information on Canadian educational institutions. The Centre is located at the Canadian Embassy on floor B1.

Hours of Operation:

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. except on Embassy holidays and Korean holidays

*For more information about public diplomacy services provided by the Canadian Embassy, please contact the Public and Cultural Affairs Section.


Book Lending Policy

You are welcome to make use of the reading area in the library or you can borrow, free of charge, one item at a time for up to one week.

In order to borrow material from the Centre, you will need to complete a form and provide proper identification (with photo and signature). You are also expected to respect all relevant copyright laws. 

Information requested on the form includes:

  • Name
  • Address (home and business)
  • Telephone number (home and business)
  • Title of items to be borrowed
  • Signature 

"Canada in a Book" Program for Schools

The Canadian Resource Centre is pleased to launch a new program "Canada in a Book", which will provide an exciting opportunity for Korean middle and high school students to learn about Canada’s priorities, with a particular focus on “equality”.

Equality, including gender equality, the empowerment of women and girls, and the promotion and protection of human rights are key Canadian priorities, both in Canada and in the world. The Canadian Embassy to Korea is committed to advance these values throughout all our initiatives.

The "Canada in a Book" program will provide a valuable opportunity for Korean students to learn about the importance of equality by exploring human rights issues through the lenses of Canadian authors. The program is conducted in Korean on the last Thursday of the month, led by the Canadian Resource Centre Coordinator who is a certified librarian.

  • Introduction on Canada
  • Overview of Canada’s position on human rights and equality
  • Film viewing and book reading with the Resource Centre coordinator
  • Activity and/or discussion

If you are interested in this program, please send the following information to

  • Teacher's name and contact information
  • School's address
  • Grade level of students
  • Number of students
  • Date and time availability


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