King Sejong Station

The King Sejong Station is a research station for the Korea Antarctic Research Program that is named after . Established on February 17, 1988, it consists of 11 facility buildings and two observatories, and it is located on the Barton Peninsula, it is currently overseen by station chief scientist In-Young Ahn.

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Summit
is a conspicuous hill, 210 m, which is the remnant neck of an extinct volcano situated at the east side of Potter Cove, King George Island, in the . is situated 6 km east of King Sejong Station. Photo: Aah-Yeah, CC BY 2.0.

Research
, formerly known as Jubany Base, is an permanent base and scientific research station named after scientist Alejandro Ricardo Carlini. is situated 6 km east of King Sejong Station. Photo: Aah-Yeah, CC BY 2.0.

Research
Villa Las Estrellas is a Chilean civilian settlement on King George Island, the largest of the of Antarctica. is situated 7 km northwest of King Sejong Station. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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Village
Villa Las Estrellas is a Chilean civilian settlement on King George Island, the largest of the of Antarctica. is situated 9 km west of King Sejong Station. Photo: SnowSwan, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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