Located near the main gate, O-ri-yeon-mot (Duck Pond) is home to KAIST’s ducks and one of the most famous sites on campus. Watch ducks stroll on the grass and enjoy snacks from visitors.
Outdoor (Nocheon) Theater (W9)
This is an outdoor performance theater where you can watch concerts, drama productions, and other types of performances. Take the small pathway towards the mountain near N19 and W10 to get there. It is also possible to set up BBQs in this outdoor area with prior reservation made to the Undergraduate Student Council. You may also rent BBQ equipment. Onestep, KAIST 30th Undergraduate Student Council • Email firstname.lastname@example.org • Phone 042-350-2072
KI building (E4)
The KI building prides itself for its excellent research facilities and boasts an amazing view of the campus. A cup of coffee from Caffe Bene (1st floor) and a view of the Duck Pond from the 2nd floor can make your afternoon a relaxing one.
Statue of Jang Yeong-sil
Located on the grass lawn next to the Science Library and Duck Pond, the statue honors one of Korea’s most prolific inventors and mechanical scientists, Jang Yeong-sil. The rain gauge in front of the Jang Yeong-sil statue is one of his many inventions.