Archaeological research is continuing on the territory of Selbir ancient and medieval settlement in Gabala region within the framework of the cooperation of the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography (IAE) of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (ANAS) with the Seoul National University. Archaeological research is headed by the leading scientific worker of this institute, Ph.D. in history, head of the ancient and medieval archaeological expedition of Gabala Jeyhun Eminli from Azerbaijan and Professor of Seoul National University, Professor Jong Il Kim of the Republic of Korea. According to J. Eminli, archaeological research is conducted on two sites of excavations of the Selbir area. In the course of research on the south-western outskirts of the settlement, a large residential building was discovered that pertained to the upper cultural layer. The house and courtyard cover a vast territory. The building, the foundation of which is built of river stone and walls of baked bricks, was severely damaged. In the building belonging to the XII-XIII centuries, many ornaments were found. This shows that the building's rooms consist of lime plaster and decorative details of different shapes. Also, based on the colors that are poorly seen on the surface of lime plaster layer, it can be stated that the interior walls of the house were decorated with various decorative elements. Also during the study, the graves belonging to the next period of the Muslims, who destroyed the walls of the building. Archaeological research continues in the immediate vicinity of the central part of the Selbir settlement, where a small water reservoir is assumed. During the excavations, parts of wells for various purposes, a food barn, pottery furnaces and parts of the potter's wheel, intended for burning enameled dishes, were found. In the excavation area, a large number of antique and medieval ceramic, glass and stone products were collected. Archaeological research in the territory will continue until early September. It should be noted that research in the Selbir settlement has been carried out since 2009 on the initiative of the Azerbaijan-Korean Cultural Exchange Association.