The Korea Rare Isotope Accelerator, currently referred to as KoRIA, is briefly presented. The
KoRIA facility is aimed to enable cutting-edge sciences in a wide range of fields. It consists of a 70 kW
isotope separator on-line (ISOL) facility driven by a 70 MeV, 1 mA proton cyclotron and a 400 kW in-flight
fragmentation (IFF) facility. The ISOL facility uses a superconducting (SC) linac for post-acceleration of rare
isotopes up to about 18 MeV/u, while the SC linac of IFF facility is capable of accelerating uranium beams
up to 200 MeV/u, 8 pμA and proton beams up to 600 MeV, 660 μA. Overall features of the KoRIA facility
are presented with a focus on the accelerator design.