Collection in the Uijeonggwan
|Uijeong-gwan (Annex building) Stack||1st basement floor||Asian books 1 (R)||Approx. 747,400 books released between the years 2009 and 2017.|
|Reference stack||Approx. 120,300 reference books published before 2005.|
|Asian books 1 (L)||Approx. 43,300 books of 13 private collections donated by current and former National Assembly members.|
|Microform stack||16,363 rolls of microfilm, 311,299 sheets of microfiche, 733,412 items.|
|Sterilize||One sterilizer that uses high-speed vaporization.|
|2nd basement floor||Asian books 2||Approx. 830,400 Asian books published before 2008 and 99,700 seminar materials.|
|Newspapers||About 61,800 bound books of metropolitan and local, foreign, and technical newspapers, and 30,000 UN materials.|
|Parliamentary materials||About 154,400 books of parliamentary materials.|
|Legal materials||About 40,200 books of legal materials.|
|Sujanggo (Treasure storage)||14,696 old books including documents of the Provisional Legislature of the Republic of Korea, 101 old maps, and 388 art works.|
|3rd basement floor||Theses||1.66 million domestic and foreign theses published more than one year ago.|
|Periodicals / reference / newspapers||About 308,200 periodicals published before 2010, and around 7,300 bound newspapers published after 2013.|
|Western books||About 365,000 western books published before 2018.|
Digitization of valuable and rare books, Korea-related materials from overseas, discontinued newspapers, and materials those are difficult to use due to serious oxidation.
Digitized books are separately stored in boxes that prevent oxidation.