You can reach the Library Website on the Internet by visiting http://library.korea.edu
The website provides information such as access to the libraries, book search, and on-line journals.
You can borrow a maximum of seven books at one time for fifteen days (during vacation: twenty five days). You will be charged for lost or damaged books.
You may check out books with your student ID card.
If you want to borrow rare or old books, then you must fill out a request form (including your name, book title, book number, etc.), and hand it to one of the librarians in the book lending area. The staff will then go retrieve the book.
You must return borrowed books within fifteen days from the check-out date. If you want to renew your books, you must do so over the library website prior to the due date. International Students must return all books they have borrowed thirty days before returning to their home country.
Students need their ID cards to enter the library. Students are requested to have their ID cards with them at all times while they are in the library. Smoking is strictly forbidden in all parts of the libraries. A quiet atmosphere should be preserved at all hours.
Other Libraries you can use in Seoul
If you can't find the book you want (particularly if you are a graduate student), there are other library resources in Seoul. The United States Information Service (USIS) maintains a good library, including many books on Korea-US relations. The British Council Library has a substantial selection of British materials. The Social Science Research Library in Sajik-dong has a number of books in English. The best Korean collection is found at the eighth US Army Library on the base at Youngsan, however access to the US Army base is difficult and the collection does not circulate. You can also contact other universities' libraries through the internet to see if they have the books you are looking for.
Seoul National University Library (http://solarsnet.snu.ac.kr/)
National Assembly Library (http://www.nanet.go.kr/)
Yonsei University (http://library.yonsei.ac.kr/)