Gyeonggi Sangsang Campus, remodeled from the buildings of the old College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Seoul National University, is a place where both lifestyle culture and the culture of youth grow together. After College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Seoul National University had moved out in 2003, the dense forest and rich environment have been making the Gyeonggi Sangsang Campus a resting place filled with culture and nature. Buildings were reborn into new ones like Saenghwal 1980 (formerly the horticulture department building), Cheongnyeon 1981 (formerly the agricultural chemistry department building), and Gongjak 1967 (formerly agricultural workshops). Operated on campus, the Youth Culture Factory supports startups and job creation for youth, fosters a youth culture planner, and does international exchanges in order to vitalize the youth culture. The Gyeonggi Living Culture Center runs diverse programs for different ages and interest groups, offering a self-learning space and resting place with culture to the residents. There are also a Flea Market and Platform Festival run in cooperation by the Gyeonggi Sangsang Campus and the local society.