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Lee Hye-in  |  ihyein503@hanyang.ac.kr
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[343호] 승인 2019.09.02  
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Hanyang University (HYU) ERICA campus has decided to renovate a new history museum at its campus, so-called the ‘Lion’s Hall’. The original building used to be the headmaster’s office however, due to its lack of practicability and usage, the place is being redesigned into a history museum. Though the building is not going through any large- scale renovations, the introduction of a novel history museum is exciting news for the ERICA campus as it did not possess a museum that displayed its history prior to the decisions for the renovation. The new museum will preserve most of the area’s figure and structure, in order to stay consistent with the intensions to ‘preserve’ everything that has been made in the ERICA campus throughout its history. The building will remain relatively preserved and unchanged; however, the rooms will be adorned with new lavish furniture. Pictures will be framed and exhibited in the building walls, with themes for each picture. It is not determined yet, but some of the themes embrace ‘the development of ERICA’, ‘the rise of ERICA’, ‘ERICA’s motto’, and the ‘future of ERICA’. Following numerous pictures, there is more to this new museum. The numerous rooms in the building will be used for multiple purposes such as conference rooms, promotions, and greeting important guests. People who visit the museum will be able to indulge in whatever they have to do while catching a glimpse of the aesthetically pleasing scenery of countless historical pictures.

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