SEOUL, Nov. 11 (Korea Bizwire) — Major South Korean lender Hana Bank announced that it has converted its closed branch in Seoul’s central Euljiro neighborhood into a complex cultural space called H.art1 through remodeling.
H.art1 consists of four floors. On the first floor are installed ATMs and cafes.
On the second floor, about 110 artworks are on display, which have been carefully selected to meet the characteristics of generation, location and season among the 3,000 artworks the bank owns.
The lender plans to present new artworks by season to enable visitors to enjoy a wider variety of artworks in various genres including western paintings, oriental paintings, engravings, pictures and sculptures.
On the third floor, Hana Bank will operate an art advisory service designed to provide investment advice on artwork purchases and sales, as well as to appraise and store customers’ artworks.
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