Noisy library and stroller music concert to embrace the cultural underprivileged in Korea

(8 Apr 2019)  Seoul and its autonomous districts are racing to present customized programs for the underprivileged, such as the disabled and the elderly.

What is unique about two of the new programs is that they broke the existing norms of ‘being quiet in the library’ and ‘bringing babies to classical concerts’.

According to the Seoul Metropolitan Government on Saturday, it will set aside separate spaces in the Eunpyeong District Library between July and August to operate a “noisy library” where people can freely read books out loud.

Korea Bizwire has the full story here.