Cheonan Yonam College

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Cheonan Yonam College
Type Private
Established 1974
President Kyoung-deok Seo
Location Cheonan, South Chungcheong, South Korea
36°56′49″N 127°09′20″E / 36.94699°N 127.15545°E / 36.94699; 127.15545Coordinates: 36°56′49″N 127°09′20″E / 36.94699°N 127.15545°E / 36.94699; 127.15545
Cheonan Yonam College
Revised Romanization Cheonan Yeonam Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Ch'ŏnan Yŏnam Taehak

Cheonan Yonam College is a private agricultural college in South Korea. It campus is located in a rural area of Cheonan City, in South Chungcheong province. The current president is Kyoung-deok Seo. The entering class of 2003 numbered 520 students.


The school's offerings are centered on agriculture and allied fields. The majors are divided among the Divisions of Animal Care and Animal Husbandry, and the Departments of Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Floral and Plant Design, and Foodservice Industry.


The school was established by the LG Yonam Educational Foundation, which is also the parent of the Yonam Institute of Digital Technology. It opened as Yonam High Technology School of Animal Husbandry in 1974. The school became Yonam College of Agriculture in 1998. The current name was adopted on September 1, 2003, exactly six months after Seo assumed the presidency.

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