Under the theme: "Ocean Exploration and Ocean Capabilities", the Korea Pavilion exhibition offers a vision of the future: the exploration and capabilities of the oceans.
This exhibition renews our understanding of the unique values and characteristics of the oceans surrounding the three sides of the Korean peninsula, and clearly proposes to convey the vision of a Korea whose history is greatly linked to the sea.
This pavilion is the world's first eco-built building that emits zero carbon through a hydrogen fuel cell.
The pavilion consists of two parts: the exhibition hall and the media hall.
After the closing of the Yeosu Expo, this building will be used to promote South Korea's determination to raise the general awareness of marine and environmental protection.