10,000-Record Vinyl Library in Seoul. More Coming?

This vinyl record library in the heart of South Korea provides a useful service for music enthusiasts and does it in style. Now we hope this inspires other cities too.  

As the use of vinyl grows and, we imagine, turntable sales increase, then it makes sense to have more and more places to buy and borrow vinyl records. A new vinyl library, Hyndai card's “Music Library + Understage” in the South Korean capital looks to provide the lending and borrowing side.

Inside Hyndai card's Music Library + Understage.

Inside Hyndai card's Music Library + Understage.

Also in this impressive, modern building housing the library are very issue of Rolling Stone magazine ever and over 3,000 vinyl-related books.

“Through the Music Library and Understage, we wanted to provide Koreans with a valuable opportunity to experience a diverse range of masterpieces of music,” said Lee Mee-young, vice president of Hyundai Card's brand division.

The turntable listening booths from above.

The turntable listening booths from above.

Wouldn't it be great to have a vinyl record library like this in ever major city in the world? We'd love to see more like this please!

Via: Vinyl Factory 

Web: Music Library 

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