Rehoboth Global Campus
Inspiring the next entrepreneurs!
Rehoboth Global Campus (G Campus) is part of the network of over 50 business centers operated by Rehoboth Business Incubator Co., Ltd. in South Korea.
In particular, G Campus is a specialized co-working space for young entrepreneurs and startups.
1. No membership fees
Unlike other co-working spaces, G Campus has no monthly membership fees. Membership is available for free with online signup and members can enjoy all day access through the purchase of a drink. Visitors can share our space for work, workshop, seminar, events, networking and many other different purposes. We regularly post information on upcoming events and you can find something that suits your interests. At G Campus, you have access to the main hall, seminar & meeting rooms, beanbag room (rest area) and the café. Access to spaces may be limited depending on events and bookings.
- Mon ~ Fri: 9AM ~ 9PM
- Sat: 10AM ~ 8PM
- Sun: CLOSED
- Drink Prices from 4000 KRW
- You can also book our space for your own events through our website!
2. Easy Access
G Campus is located in the heart of Sinchon, one of the busiest districts in Seoul. It is only 5-10 minutes’ walk from Seoul Subway Line 2 (Sinchon Station), Line 6 (Daeheung Station), and Gyeongui Jungang Line (Sogang University Station). Banks, hospitals, shops, post office, government service & tax office are all located near G Campus.
3. Facilities & Equipment
Wireless Internet, Portable Tables & Chairs, Wireless MIC, Speakers, Beanbags, White Boards, Print/Scan/Copy Machine, Laptop, LCD Monitor, Lockers, Phone Charger, Extension Cords, Blankets, Hangers, Water Purifier etc.
4. Hub for Universities
Many students and people from all over the world visit G Campus as major universities (Yonsei University, Hongik University, Ehwa Womans University and Sogang University) are all nearby. International students learning Korean through Language Programs at these universities also join us and help us make a global hub for youth. ‘Hongdae’ is a nearby neighborhood with plenty of things to do and many places to eat. Tourists, especially K-pop and Korean fashion fans, often visit this area to shop for trendy items near here! Whether you are an entrepreneur, designer, freelancer, student or anything in between, everyone is welcome.
5. Access to Green Trail
To relax, you can enjoy the Gyeongui Line Forest Park (경의선숲길공원) and walking trails nearby. Built in 1905, the Gyeongui Line was a stretch of railway connecting Seoul to Sinuiju in North Korea that was abandoned in the early 1950s. Now, the Seoul Metropolitan Government has transformed this old railway into a beautiful city park where many people enjoy a break during their busy day with a public bicycle provided by the City of Seoul.