Urban Data and Information Center

The Urban Data and Information Center is a comprehensive information hub for both researchers and citizens. The center collects a wide-range of data and information on the city of Seoul and other foreign cities. The center is responsible for several publications that include research reports, briefs, a journal and the Webzine. It also provides access to its reports to public servants, field experts, and citizens via the online information service.

Information Service Team

  • Providing urban data on the city of Seoul and other cities
  • Homepage, Webzine, and SNS service
  • Information system and IT Infrastructure

Urban Data


Publication Team

  • Publications (Research Reports and Periodicals)
  • Information database library (over 50,000 archives)
  • Collection and storage of basic research data

Urban Data



Research Projects

Urban Data




Infographics

Meaningful statistics and implications closely related to civic life is provided by infographics weekly.





Weekly Brief

This weekly newsletter provides publications such as Reports, SI policy reports, The Policy Trends of World’s Cities, Seoul Economic Bulletin and Infographics.




Seoul Studies

This professional scholarly journal covers a broad array of urban research. Reg- istered to the National Research Foundation of Korea as a certified academic research journal, Seoul Studies is published quarterly. The journal welcomes contributions from urban researchers from all colleges, research institutes, and organizations.



The Seoul Institute Policy Report

This biweekly brief abstracts the analyses of a variety of economic, social and urban issues in Seoul.





The Policy Trends of the World's Cities

This semimonthly booklet reports on news and pieces from the latest policy and program trends in the world. It is comprised of articles submitted by 16 foreign correspondents in 12 countries. It introduces new and ground breaking ideas that are reference-worthy for research and policy needs.



Major Statistics and Trends

To aid both the non-expert and ordinary citizen in understanding Seoul as a metropolis, this book breaks down our analysis of the changes and status of Seoul by section and chronological sequence.





Thematic Maps of Seoul

The book provides straight forward, user-friendly maps and graphs that track the changes in Seoul’s spatial variability, natural ecology, population, educa- tion, culture, industry, finance, and transport among various other fields.


Position Name Research Area Phone E-mail
Director/Research Fellow Suk-Min Lee GIS, Geology, Disaster Prevention +82-2-2149-1302 lsm@si.re.kr