The School of Music, located in the Seocho-dong campus (completed in 1999), has professors' offices and rooms for practice, lesson, and chamber music. In particular, the rooms dedicated to each major, such as electronic music, organ, percussions, piano lab and ensemble, help students intensively practice, thereby maximizing their performance ability. KNUA Hall, with the capacity of 368 seats, serve as a venue for students' recitals or concerts to accumulate their performance experience. The School has made a considerable investment in musical instruments and equipment to provide a globally competitive educational environment. Take keyboard instruments: 48 grand pianos including 36 Steinway, 5 Yamaha, and Kawai 6; 68 upright pianos with 43 Yamaha and 6 Kawai included; 19 digital pianos; one celesta; three harpsichords; two electronic organs; and two pipe organs (including the one in the KNUA Hall). In addition, there are a total of 336 musical instruments such as, strings, the wind, and percussions for ensembles and orchestras, and traditional instruments including gayakum and janggo.
Organ Studio : organs including Wilhelm, and 11-stop pipe organs
Harpsichord Studio : three harpsichords
Percussion Studio : a total of 78 instruments of 22 kinds including marimba, timpani, drum set, glockenspiel, and snare drum
Piano lab Studio : 19 digital pianos and projection screens
Private lesson room : Nine rooms equipped with Steinway, Yamaha, and Kawai grand pianos
Chamber room : upright pianos (for ensemble lessons)
A total of 92 rooms for individual practice with upright and Yamaha and Kawai grand pianos.
Practice room for an orchestra or a large group with a Steinway grand piano, a celesta, 12 contrabasses as well as video and audio equipment.
The room has synthesizers, Mac computers, video projectors, sound synthesizers, and audio equipment, which enables students to be engaged in education, creation, production, performance and research. It is mainly used as lecture room for music technology major.
It is a 368-seat performance hall with a Schnitger-style Baroque organ -the only one in Korea- for students' recitals and concerts.